Amore DJ Entertainment

Wedding DJ - Colorado

A hush falls over the crowd. And then you enter.

Welcome to the best party of your life: your wedding reception. As your guests erupt with heartfelt applause, you will feel as happy as you’ve ever felt before.

Whether you and your new husband are at the picturesque Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, the elegant Hilton in Fort Collins, the classy Fort Collins Country Club, or any other elegant venue in Colorado for your wedding, you and your new husband will experience a magical evening thanks to the distinctive professionalism of Amore’ DJ Entertainment, Colorado’s premier DJ entertainment company.

Our secret? Our experience and professionalism are customized to fit your tastes and dreams.

How does it feel knowing that you can enjoy a one-of-a-kind celebration like this! Amore’ DJ Entertainment will entertain and energize your guests in a way that is comfortable and natural. Watch the dance floor fill to capacity!

Music, sound levels, and themes are customized for you. Our professional MCs and DJs coordinate the entertainment with timely announcements and motivating interaction, creating a legendary evening of fun.

 Everything we do is to make your special day perfect.

Consistently serving Fort Collins to Estes Park, Colorado Springs, Denver, Boulder, Greeley, Vail and ALL across Colorado (and out of state by special request) since 1989!

*Professional Wedding MC / 3-Time Award Winning Wedding DJ Expert™

*WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Award Winner (Top 5 percent of all Wedding Professionals Nationally)

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800-501-5993 (ext. 0) – Outside Colorado

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5 Tips for Creating a Wedding Reception That Reflects YOU! – PART 1

Your wedding ceremony is over, and now it’s time for the celebration to begin. The reception is your chance to treat your guests to a celebration that is, well, YOU! It should reflect you – your style, culture, heritage, and traditions, including food, color, music, flowers and more.

 

If you’re looking for fun, creative and innovative ideas, we’ve got the scoop on how to make your celebration stand out, and leave your guests saying, “WOW – what a reception!” and “That was SO them!”

Location, location, location

The first step in planning your reception is to choose the right venue. This depends on the location of your ceremony, as well as your budget and the size of your reception.

If your ceremony and reception are going to be taking place at the same site (i.e., a hotel or lodge) like the Embassy Suites Hotel in Loveland or the Hilton Fort Collins Hotel, you need to consider what, exactly, your guests will do in the transition time, especially when you and your new spouse are having photos taken.

Will there be entertainment, music and food?  If so, where?

For a more intimate gathering, consider an outdoor reception, like the Preserve at Bingham Hill or the Tapestry House in LaPorte; an elegant chateau like Della Terra in Estes Park; or a rustic setting like Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch or the Aspen Lodge.

Many hotels also have beautiful patios, grassy areas, or verandas, making it easy to coordinate and transition from ceremony to reception. If you’re looking for contemporary flair, rent out a room in an art museum, hit the zoo, live it up at an amusement park, hop on a boat, or dance under the stars on a city rooftop like the Lincoln Center Rooftop Deck in Fort Collins.

After you’ve made your decision, use the location as the foundation for the remaining elements of your party.

Elegance and Charm

Some couples spend a lot of their budget to make their reception exude elegance, with exquisite floral arrangements, centerpieces, custom lighting, and more. For an up-scale reception in a hotel ballroom or country club, the formal black-tie affair is now back, complete with a four- or five-course meal.

The focus is on the food service complete with white-gloved waiters and dishes crafted to appeal to the eye as much as the palate. If you’re on a tight budget, but still want a classy reception, consider a morning ceremony followed by a champagne brunch and coffee bar with a Barista.

Themed Reception

Another trend now is a themed reception. This year, I performed at a Mardi Gras-themed wedding; two Russian weddings, complete with appropriate music, food, traditions and activities; a Vietnamese wedding; a Chinese wedding; a 1920s authentic themed wedding (with authentic music – not just big band 1940s tunes, but authentic 1920s selections); and a Hawaiian luau, and more.

I even had a “princess fairy-tale wedding” where the Bride had an amazing wedding cake that is every girl’s dream, and she named each table for a Disney princess, accented with princess movie theme music for her ceremony. It was exactly what she wanted for her “Princess Theme” wedding.

For something a little more casual and simple, try a Hawaiian luau. You can hand out plastic leis to the guests, play Hawaiian music, and serve traditional island food like roast pig, cocktails and tropical fruits. Other hit themes I’m seeing a lot of include: Victorian, Roaring 20s, 30s or 40s and even retro 80s themes – complete with narrow ties, crazy hair and hot pink!

There are no rules, just what you want based on what you like and what your vision is of a fun, memorable event.

Fort Collins Strings

When you are looking for wedding music, you want musicians that will help you create the wedding of your dreams.

You want wedding musicians with skill and experience. And, you want to deal with professionals who understand the importance of your special day, and will handle your wedding in a professional manner.

Our wedding musicians are experienced professional musicians, assuring you a quality performance.

Fort Collins Strings plays both classical and contemporary favorites, and will also play your special songs (advance notice Required for special requests.)

Fort Collins Strings finds their home in Fort Collins, Colorado, and plays for destination weddings throughout Colorado.

We offer the traditional String Quartet, as well as solo, duet and trio arrangements. And, if you are looking for something a little different, Vi Wickam, and the Band are a great option for upbeat fun acoustic wedding music for your ceremony or reception.

If you are looking for a Strolling Violinist, Vi Wickam performs strolling violin for wedding receptions, banquets, dinner parties.

Phone: 970-430-6381

Website: http://www.FortCollinsStrings.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fort-Collins-String-Quartet/349952420227