July 26, 2006, 4:18 p.m.atlantabridal-reviews
Hi Chuck, I want to thank you and let you know just how wonderful I think you are. After I spoke with you by telephone I was so excited about having you as our disc jockey. Living in Las Vegas and having to plan everything long distance, knowing I wouldn’t be able to meet you until my wedding day probably should have freaked me out a little. I had no choice but to rely on my past experience as a wedding planner and to trust my instincts. Chuck, you were such a comfort to me, and somehow despite the heat and the overwhelming feelings wedding days bring you were able to keep me calm the entire time. I loved the sound your music made when I heard it play for the first time. When you played St. Elmo's Fire I got chills, but when you started playing your trumpet for my dad and I, that's what brought the tears. Your music sounded so wonderful, magical almost! You gave me the unique factor I had been searching for. My reception, what a BLAST! You played such a great and diverse array of music that you even managed to keep my 70 year old aunt and uncle hanging around until the very end, and that NEVER happens, EVER! Then all of my requests and family tradition songs went over without a hitch. I can't remember the last time my entire family and friends meshed that well. I owe that all to you. The way you kept the party going it was so hard for me to leave the dance floor and thank everyone for coming because I didn't want to miss anything. I also want to thank you for making the night special for Che' and Candice. When you announced that they were engaged and everyone stood up, she actually started crying she was so excited and moved. The same thing happened when you played my parent's wedding song. That just gave me such a warm heart! I wish so much I could turn back time and do the wedding day all over again. You are now a forever friend. Thank you for everything!
Wedding/ Event Date: July 15, 2006