Marriott Essex House Wedding
It was a beautiful Friday night wedding at NYC JW Marriott Essex House. The wedding ceremony music was played by Expressway Music Harpist Chrissy. It was very elegant!
The reception began with Expressway Music Disc Jockey Dave Swirsky introducing the Bridal party (including Bride & Groom)into the beautiful reception room.
Here’s a photo of DJ Dave pre ceremony setting up for the reception
Guests were also treated to a slide presentation produced by the Bride & Groom. Expressway Music provided the screen and projector for the Wedding Montage:
The dancing started with DJ Dave playing Bhangra music for the Grooms family. Dancing started with a song from “Jazzy Bains” and then morphed into a full out dance party with songs from every style imaginable to accomadate the diverse guest list.
Bride & Groom 1st Dance followed by Cake Cutting
and of course the Bouquet Toss!!!
a Big thank you to Gene and Amy from the Essex House for producing a fun, elegant wedding without missing a detail. The service at the Essex House is outstanding. The Photographer Joseph Lin and Videographer Chris from Emotions in New York City also did a great job. We wish the bride and groom all the happiness in the world and hoping they have the best time ever on their honeymoon in the South Pacific!!!
We just received this lovely letter from the bride….THANK YOU!!!
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2014 11:18 PM
To: David Swirsky
Subject: Thank you!
We just wanted to say thank you again for being our DJ. We are so happy with our choice! I remember in our first meeting you told us that you’re most proud of how you can read a crowd, and get everyone onto the dance floor and you were right! The music was perfect! And I think most importantly, you did a great job understanding our taste and our party really felt like it was just for us! We had the time of our lives! Wedding planning was at times stressful but I truly enjoyed it. And you and Charrisa were so helpful and easy to work with!
Also, we just left a review for you on Weddingwire 🙂