"If Carlsburg did Wedding Disco's they would probably be like this"
Quote from one of our many very happy customers!
Knight Entertainment have our our own mobile disco, Our wedding DJ has over 20 years experience DJing & has entertained at many of the souths top Hotels, Clubs & Wedding venues! In that time we have entertained at well in excess of 1500 functions.
Why Book us?
- We carry every UK Number 1 from the 50's 60's 70's 80's 90's & 00's and a vast range of other music.
- We Welcome requests that fit in with the evening & can supply request sheets if required.
- In over 20 years DJing We have never let a single customer down we allways turn up on time.
- Our DJ has over 20 years experience DJing at weddings and functions.
- We have one of the largest and best light shows in the country (Fully adaptable to fit any venue)
- Our sound system consists of some of the best top quality and clear equipment on the market.
- All our equipment is PAT tested for electrical safety.
- We have full Public liability insurance (most hotels will now insist on your DJ having this)
- We have back up plans in place to make sure we have everything coverd should the worst happen.
- We are more than happy to meet with you before your wedding to discuss your requirements.
- We will work with you and all your other wedding suppliers to make sure everything runs as smooth as possible
- We are open to new suggestions and ideas and will do our best to make your ideas happen.
- We offer a 24 hour consultation service and can help you plan any aspect of your wedding.
Our DJ is happy to act as Master of ceremonies.
see our Speeches guide below to help you plan
The Speaches guide
The traditional order of speaches are as follows.
The bride's father proposes a toast to the bride and groom.
The bride's father continues, with an insight into his daughter.
The groom then responds on behalf of his wife and himself.
The groom usually uses this opportunity to say 'My wife and I' for the first time.
The groom thanks all those involved in the organizing of the wedding.
The groom may wish to present his and the bride's mother with bouquets.
The groom thanks his attendants and presents them with his gifts.
The groom then speaks about his new wife.
The groom will then propose a toast to the bridesmaids.
After the groom has finished, the bride may wish to speak.
The best man responds on behalf of the bridesmaids.
The best man then announces any messages, telegrams or e-mails from absentees.
The best man then delivers his speech where he talks about the groom, often including some amusing reflections and memories of the past
The Cutting of the Wedding Cake
The cake is traditionally cut after the speeches and toasts, and would normally conclude the formal part of the wedding reception.
The First Dance
- Traditionally the bride & groom dance for the first time as husband & wife to a tune that holds fond memories for them, this would usually be performed with the guest surrounding a clear dance floor.
The Second Dance
- The farther of the bride would then dance with his daughter & the mother of the groom with her son swapping over half way through for the bride to dance with the grooms farther and the groom with the brides mother. All other guests are then invited to join in for the third dance or half way through the second dance.
Throwing the Posy & Garter
- This traditionally finds out who will be next to marry, The bride throws her posy over her shoulder to all the single & unmarried ladies, the one who catches the posy is said to be next to marry this can also be done with the Brides garter that traditionally the groom removes with his teeth she then throws it to all the single & unmarried guys & as with the posy the guy who catches the garter is said to be next to marry.
Departure of the Bride and Groom
- This is a time for the best man and friends of the couple to be a little mischievous. They would decorate the going away car with balloons, ribbons and tin cans tied to the bumper on a string etc without the couples' knowledge. The DJ or best man would announce the departure of the newlyweds Traditionally all the guest then link hands in an archway and form a tunnel that the Bride & Groom walk through saying goodbye to all their guest as they leave for their honeymoon or hotel. The guests would usually participate in the throwing of confetti or rice over the happy couple as they pass through the tunnel..So as not to disappoint the guests, it is recommended the couple have a strategically placed second car a few miles up the road, in which they would continue their journey.
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