March 21, 2005, 5:25 p.m.atlantabridal-reviews
January 1st, 2005 was a day to remember, where moments were created in an instant but will last us a lifetime. In the center of everything was our DJ, Chuck Weirich. To label Chuck as just a DJ would be like saying Mount Rushmore is just another mountain. We expected a lot from Chuck and he pulled every trick out of the hat to make sure we had a blast on our Wedding Day. My wife and I agree that his enthusiasm shined forth when he picked up his trumpet and surprised us with his musicianship. His live trumpet solos blended so well with the music playing over the PA that he managed to energized our guests and keep the party going all night long. As our master of ceremonies, Chuck coordinated the progression of the evening from the cocktail hour through each course that followed being accompanied by appropriate background music. He entertained our song list suggestions and added a few selections of his own to create an elegant dining atmosphere. At the same token, Chuck interacted well with our guests by dedicating songs to them and continually succeeding to get them on the dance floor by playing our traditional wedding songs which eventually grew into a congo line and had the entire place out of their seats. One of my most memorable moments of the evening was the Father-Daughter dance, in which Chuck’s timing was perfect. I remember seeing my bride cry tears of joy while she slow-danced and listened closely to her father’s voice as their song played out her childhood memories. Chuck’s professionalism was outstanding, especially when he showed us a great deal of personal care during the preparation of our event. Our day wouldn’t have been the same without Chuck, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way. Thanks for such a good time, Chuck.
Steven Totino, Atlanta
Wedding/ Event Date: Jan. 1, 2005