May 29, 2006, 5:14 p.m.atlantabridal-reviews
The first thing my husband said to me after we met Chuck the first time was how impressed he was with Chuck's professional attitude. We had met other DJs who seemed fine, but Chuck stood out; he takes his job seriously, and that was important to us. He met with us two times, to get to know us as a couple, and as individuals. He wanted to make sure our wedding was not just an "out of the box" event, but really reflected who we were. He wanted to make sure we had a good time, and it was an event we would enjoy most of all...and, he succeeded! Because of the steps he took, we look back and remember being guests at our own wedding. I don't think we had one moment where we had to take care of one item. Chuck even kept a schedule of the night, and told us not to worry that things would happen on time; he took care of that, too! There were several things Chuck did that allowed us to have SO much fun at our wedding: we got to choose a "no play" list of songs we did not want, he gathered songs that would make our guests feel honored and he kept our crowd dancing all night (and we had no alcohol at the wedding!). I can't even count how many of our guests have told us that our reception was the most fun they can remember. Perhaps our favorite thing Chuck did was the Secret Song. We resisted this at first, but he really encouraged us to do this for each other. We each picked a song that the other did not know would be played. Chuck told the stories behind the songs, amd even helped us choose our songs (we were having last-minute planning block). Chuck is the perfect choice for any bride and groom, but I especially think that he is the only choice if you have been working long enough to appreciate a person who takes their job seriously. I have not one complaint from any vendor for my wedding, and I know Chuck played a part in that.
Bryan and Amelia, Atlanta, GA
Wedding/ Event Date: Aug. 20, 2005