Archive for November, 2011

Nichole Morgan

November 23, 2011

 

Bride & Groom

James & Nichole Morgan

Wedding Date

October 8th 2011

Wedding Location

Courtyard D’Oro www.courtyarddoro.com

Photographer

Robinson Portraits www.robinsonportraits.com

 

How did you meet your husband?

James and I met approximately 20 years ago through mutual friends. We continued to run into each other over the years until 1998 when James moved to San Diego. In 2009, after James moved back to Sacramento a mutual friend invited us both on a trip to San Francisco. Two weeks later I called James and we went on our first official date. A year later he proposed.

Tell us about your dress.

I found my dress after trying on about 6 or 7 dresses that met my “criteria”, however all short of being the “one”. The bridal consultant at the House of Fashion then brought me a dress (that met none of my criteria) and said “just give it a chance”. Well – I fell in love with the Moonlight Bridal dress immediately. From the soft sweetheart neck line, open back, sprinkling of Swarovski crystals and the chiffon train; what is not to love.

 
How was your experience at Behind the Scene Sounds?

When we first met with Behind the Scene Sounds we were asked if we were planning a traditional or non-traditional wedding. Since we waited to get married we had decided on a non-traditional wedding and were looking for ways to make our wedding reflective to whom we are. BTSS listened to our ideas, while getting to know us and eventually making some key suggestions. The final result was an unforgettable wedding that our guests have not stopped talking about.

What did you like most about working with Behind the Scene Sounds?

As promised BTSS was with us from the time we first met to the time the wedding ended. Dee and Elizabeth kept the wedding on schedule and the guest entertained throughout the night. Several guests have told us that they wished that they could have stayed longer and couldn’t wait to see what was next. We can’t thank BTSS enough for helping to make our wedding memorable.

 What did you like most about your wedding?

Walking into the courtyard and seeing my husband-to-be for the first time surrounded by our closest friends and family. It was truly amazing to see all of the details come together and to spend the day with those we love.

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The Knot 2012 Best of Weddings Winner! Behind the Scene Sounds DJ and lighting service.

November 22, 2011

Behind the Scene Sounds is so happy to be voted The Knot 2012 Best of Weddings. We’d like to thank all our clients who reviewed us on The Knot and voted for us. It’s so nice to be rewarded for something we love to do. Thanks!

Danielle Harris

November 8, 2011

 

Bride & Groom

Danielle & Kevin Harris

Wedding Date

October 1st 2011

Wedding Location (reception)

Holiday Inn Express Elk Grove www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/en/elk-grove/egvca/hoteldetail

Photographer

JAZPHOTOstudio http://www.jazphotostudio.com

 

How did you meet your husband?

We worked together at Parks and Recreation. I remember him on the day I went in for my interview. My first impression was he wasn’t a morning person. I think the first time he remembers meeting me was on my first day of work. He didn’t think I was too friendly because I wasn’t being to social because I was in training. Needless to say it’s not always the first impression that counts because it’s the last impression that is stamp on your heart forever! He became a great friend, then boyfriend, fiancé & husband, but most of all my soul mate.

Tell us about your dress.

After trying a whole bunch of dresses I finally found the one I felt most comfortable with and had a little bit of everything I like in each dress I tried on. I got it from David’s Bridal. I do suggest that all brides should bring a camera with them. The first time I went and tried on dresses I fell in love with this dress that was way over priced. However, it was my wedding day and when I went back I was prepared to pay the cost for the dress I like, that was until my mom busted out her camera and when I look at it thru the camera I hated it! So I highly recommend cameras. The dress I went with had everything I wanted. Buttons on the neck of the halter, sprinkles, a little lace. Since I’m a shoe girl I have to mention I didn’t go with the traditional white shoes (one because I never would wear a white shoe again), instead I went with Blue to match my bridemaid’s dresses and for my something blue. It turned out nice with the dress!

How was your experience at Behind the Scene Sounds?

It was amazing! They did an awesome job! They kept the party going! We wanted our reception to be up beat and exciting. We wanted it to be a party were we could final sit back relax and have fun. They provided just that. We were very impressed with the light show! They turned an ordinary room into magic. All the feedback we got in regards to our wonderful DJ was very positive. They all stated the DJ was a lot of fun and made the wedding special.

 

What did you like most about working with Behind the Scene Sounds?

There professionalism and there family friendly costumer service. We liked how they met with us a few times before the wedding to make sure they followed thru with what we wanted and didn’t want.

What did you like most about your wedding?

When I walked down the aisle and saw the impression on my husband face, when we said I do, and when we danced the night away in celebration. Really every moment was one I will always remember.