Back on Sunday October 1st, we had the privilege of doing the wedding of a fellow planner from St. John at Peirce House in Lincoln, MA. Not only was Michelle, owner of Paradise Planning, an amazing bride but we loved working together over the past few months and bouncing 'planner stuff' off of each other. Amazing bride, new best friend- win win for this wedding planner!
About 3 months ago Michelle flew up to Boston and we met for a planning meeting at her venue. This particular venue has a noise ordinance and we needed to shut down the DJ earlier than we wanted to. This is very common here in New England where our venues tend to be in neighborhoods with private homes within close proximity. Well we didn't want that party to end too early so Michelle offered up a solution that works for her clients on St. John where a lot of venues have early quiet hours- we were going to do a Silent Disco!! This was a new idea for a lot us here in New England but it was the perfect solution! We set it all up, the headphones were shipped up to the venue and we were ready to go. DE was going to be part of history!!
When we moved the guests into the house to get this started they were SO excited!! We had all the headphones set to the same channel so they can dance along to all the greatness the DJ was playing and dance they did! This was a HUGE hit and something I know they will be talking about for a long time to come!
So consider yourself in the know- Silent Discos are taking over New England and you heard it here first!! #DEDoesItBetter!!
Want to learn more about how the DE team can bring a Silent Disco to your event? Hit us up at Hello@DetailedEngagements.com
Thank you SO much to the team at Latimer Studios for this sneak peak of our Silent Disco and all of the guests absolutely loving it!! You really do make real stories epic! You guys ROCK!!
Tiffany J. Learned
Film Credit goes to our friends at Latimer Studios! For more information about have them capture your big day reach out to them at email@example.com or www.latimerstudios.com.
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