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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Doubletree Hotel Monrovia

 We went to the Doubletree Hotel located in Monrovia this past week and had a blast as their DJ for a corporate Christmas Party that was held there. Click the link below to see the party in action.
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XlxR6ejNAg


Redhill Country Club Members Christmas Party

Here are some great pictures of the room set up for The Members Christmas Party.  We had such a great time as their DJ for the members Christmas Party. The one time that they are able to get together and let loose. Click on the link to check them out in action
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br6zfA7vnxw


Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Mission Inn Corporate Christmas Party

We did the Event Sound and Lighting for a small Corpoarte Christmas Party at the beautiful Historic Mission Inn located in Riverside. We had an amazing time as always.



Canyon Crest Country Club

We did a really fun corporate Christmas party this past weekend at the beautiful Canyon Crest Country Club. Had an amazing time as always!!!



Shoes that Fit

The D’Jay Company is supporting “Shoes That Fit” this holiday season!!!  With the “Shoes That Fit” Program, we are providing shoes & socks to school-aged children in our community who are in need.   Please bring in one or more pairs of new tennis/athletic shoes with a new pair of socks in each shoe box unwrapped.  The shoes & socks can be for a boy or a girl of any age.  The representative from the program emphasized that they are in need of shoes in children’s sizes 13 to adults’ sizes 12.  By participating in this community service program, you will make a child very happy this holiday season with a new pair of shoes for the New Year!!!  Please leave your unwrapped contribution at The Office before December 10th 2:00 PM.  Thank You in advance for supporting “Shoes That Fit” Program.  Happy Holidays!

7147 Amethyst Ave Rancho Cucamonga CA 91701

Friday, December 3, 2010

Quinceaneras

We love to be apart of Quinceaneras and we have a fully Bilingual Staff that will get the guests out of their seats and onto the dance. We love what we do and it shows when people don't sit for the rest of the night, and their feet hurt the next morning.



Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Imagine That!

DJ Jay Fitzgerald and DJ Angel were honored to work with Imagine That this weekend Sunday, Novermber 28, 2010, to make Kimberly Rodriguez's Quinceanera come to life. It was a Party without a doubt!!!
For information on events,  parties, or weddings at the Imagine That visit their website below.
http://www.imaginethatbanquets.com/


 

Ponte Family Estate Winery

DJ Eddie at the Ponte Family Estate Winery in Temecula CA this past Sunday, November 28, 2010 with a wonderful bride and groom.
For information about the Ponte Family Winery;
http://www.pontewinery.com/

Bellaj Banquet Hall in Burbank

DJ Ron successfully executing a Bilingual wedding at Bellaj Banquet Hall in Burbank on Saturday, November 27, 2010, while having a great time!!!
To contact the Bellaj Banquet Hall;
http://www.bellajbanquethall.com/

CoCo Palm in Pomona

DJ Angel had the Best time with Bride Monica Squadrilli on Saturday, November 27, 2010 at CocoPalm Resturant. The D'Jay company provided all ceremony sound, cocktail sound, reception DJ, MC, and lighting.
To visit the Coco Palm;
http://www.cocopalmrestaurant.com/

Monday, November 22, 2010

Wedding Wire Review

Ashley
Wedding:
11/13/2010
5 Reviews
5.0out of 5.0
Quality of Service:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Responsiveness:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Professionalism:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Value For Cost:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Flexibility:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Reviewed On:11/20/2010 Services Used:DJ
 
I had Jay as my DJ and he kept the party going right to the very last song. He got our names correct, which is a big thing in my book. The website helped me and my husband control every detail, which worked well for us since we travel a lot for work.

I would definitely use the DJay company again for a future event.

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Wedding Essentials:

Wedding Dilemmas  

Wedding Essentials: Common Wedding Dilemmas and How to Avoid Them

The Editors of Perfect Wedding Guide (15 Nov 2010)
 
 
 
Everyone knows your wedding is supposed to be the happiest day and most stress-free day of your life. So rest assured, because we’ve listed seven of the most common wedding day dilemmas and how you can avoid them. Wedding Dilemma: Wedding Pro No Show
The last thing you’ll want to do on the day of your wedding is track down a missing wedding cake or put out an APB for your florist. Days before your wedding, be sure to give your wedding pros the correct names and addresses of your venues to deliver the goods. Be sure to submit accurate contact information for the vendors to your wedding planner or day-of coordinator, and your wedding coordinators should also have a document with cell phone numbers and ETAs of your wedding professionals to communicate as necessary.

Wedding Dilemma: Temperature TantrumsEven though the day is all about you, your guest’s comfort level shouldn’t been neglected. When meeting with the manager of your wedding reception venue, discuss climate control measures for your ceremony and reception. Have your planner or a point person know where the thermostats are in case someone needs to adjust the temp in the room. If your wedding venue is outdoors, be prepared to reserve outdoor heat lamps for cooler weather or fans for warmer temps.
Wedding Dilemma: Hairdo Horrors
It’s never a good idea to experiment with a new hairdo or cut right before your wedding. Schedule a trial run with your stylist a month prior to the wedding date to stagger cut and color services. Also, take a camera and any wedding hair accessories with you to the trial appointments to keep record of the looks you’re considering, and to get the best idea of the look that will be recreated on the day of.
Wedding Dilemma: Missing Rings
One of the worst things to realize when you’re at the altar is that your wedding rings have gone missing. Before the ceremony, grooms, be sure to hand over your bands to a reliable wedding party or family member. Traditionally it is the best man’s responsibility to care for the wedding rings, so make sure he keeps the rings in a safe space up until the time to say “I Do.”
Wedding Dilemma: Faulty FittingsAlways schedule wedding dress fittings in an appropriate time frame. The first fitting usually takes place six weeks before the wedding day, with subsequent fittings closer to the wedding date as needed. Remember to bring in accessories such as shoes and foundation/ undergarments to get an accurate fit. Your final fitting should take place a couple weeks before the wedding, and should include pressing/steaming any wrinkles and a discussion on dress care tips should you (God forbid) accidentally spill something on the gown.

Wedding Dilemma: Tumbling Wedding Cake
While your cake designer or baker might charge an additional fee to deliver your wedding cake, it’s totally worth it. Transporting a multi-tiered wedding cake might not be something you want to leave up to your groom or your mom, so just pay the extra fee to have it delivered by the pros. And while you’re at it, it might be a good idea to place someone in charge of keeping the cake safe before cutting time, away from the dance floor and any entry ways to the reception area.
Wedding Dilemma: Not Hiring a Planner or Day-of Coordinator
It’s always amazing to hear when a bride plans every aspect of her wedding on her own (not for the faint of heart), but there are some things she should leave to the pros. Wedding coordinators are a lifesaver for overwhelmed brides and can help tackle and take care of everything from contract negotiations to helping the MOB find her dress. And if you don’t happen to need a planner for every detail, a day-of coordinator can be used as a point person to touch base with pros and the wedding party, and to ensure that wedding events stay on schedule

Monday, November 15, 2010

Wedding wire Review

Corrie Welshimer
Wedding:
11/06/2010
1 Reviews
5.0out of 5.0
Quality of Service:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Responsiveness:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Professionalism:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Value For Cost:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Flexibility:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Reviewed On:11/09/2010 Services Used:DJ
The DJ Company made my wedding absolutely beautiful and fun. Everyone had a great time and with my busy schedule they really planned the songs according to the schedule of the Winery. I want to thank you for such a beautiful display and such professionalism.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Great Working with Michelle Johnson Photography !


Krisitn and Ryan had a gorgeous wedding at Rancho Las Lomas. It was so neat to share this wedding with some many wonderful people. I met Kristin when she was the maid of honor for another one of my special bride's. Tarin and Ryan's Wedding was on 06-07-08. They actually introduced Kristin and Ryan to each-other. How cute, they both married Ryan's... Kristin and Ryan's wedding was so magical and I was honored to be a part of it. There are so many wonderul photos. Enjoy them and God Bless!!!
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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Callaway Vineyard Temecula

Callaway Vineyard is a beautiful venue located in the heart of Temecula wine country. The atmosphere is elegant from ceremony site to reception location. The wedding and events coordinators make the day run smoothly and seamlessly. We really enjoy working with the staff at this location. Thank you! Jay at The D'Jay Company.

When you are planning your quinceanera

When you are planning your quinceanera, there is a lot going on in your mind, but you will find that one thing that you have to think about is music. If you want to make sure that your party stays bright and active, you will discover that music is quite important, and hiring a DJ is a great way to keep things lively. Finding the right DJ can be a little difficult, though, so when you want to move ahead with this, there are definitely a few things that you need to keep in mind.
When you want to get good results, you'll find that approaching a professional is the best. While there is a good chance that you have friends who have a good music collection, remember that they woul probably like to enjoy the party as well, and that hiring a professional will let them do that. A professional will also be able to make sure that there is no clumsy fumbling between songs and they will also be able to gauge the crowd and to keep things moving.
When you go to find a DJ, keep in mind that the earlier you start looking, the better off you are going to be. A DJ may be booked several months in advance, and getting in early can help you get a cheaper price for their services in general. While looking for a DJ based on word of mouth can be very helpful, you'll also find that you can just as easily search online as well as at your local music stores or clubs.
When you have a few DJs in mind, start by calling around and making appointments for your interview. Leave a message if you get a voice mail and cross them off the list if they don't call you back with in a day. When you get a hold of them, ask them for references and make sure that you check them; most DJs will have worked at quinceaneras or weddings before and have a good idea about what to expect and what they are going to be expected to play
Remember that you are totally within your rights to ask for an audition; after all, they are going to be performing for you, and if their equipment is poor, the sound is going to be awful. A live listening audition can tell you a lot about what kind of sound they are capable of. Ask the to play a song that you know, ideally one that has vocals, bass, drums and keyboards, and that will let you know what their rig is going to be capable of.
How does the DJ treat you when you are working with him or her? Are you in a place where they want to make sure that they can see the venue and do they treat your tastes respectfully? If you get the idea that the DJ is being condescending or is ignoring you, it is a good idea to find a new DJ: this is important as you will be dealing with this person over an extended period of time!
Though it may seem like a bit much, you might want to think about getting a written contract. A contract will protect you in the case of them not showing up, and it will help you recoup any money that you spent on it. You will also find that a contract is important when you are thinking about trying to work out things like over time, special songs that you do or do not want paid or transportation and equipment issues.
When you are looking to hire a DJ, you'll find that in general, you should keep in mind that you know what your tastes are. Don't let a DJ try to talk you out of something without having a very good reason why it can't be done. After all, you've known your tastes your whole life!
Consider what you want from your quinceanera DJ ad make sure that you are getting the experience that you are after. It is completely possible to get the right kind of music that you want playing, so be patient and make sure that you talk with the person that you are considering!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

WeddingWire.com Review

Corrie Welshimer
Wedding:
11/06/2010
1 Reviews
5.0out of 5.0
Quality of Service:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Responsiveness:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Professionalism:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Value For Cost:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Flexibility:5.0 out of 5.0(5.0/5.0)
Reviewed On:11/09/2010 Services Used:DJ
 
The DJ Company made my wedding absolutely beautiful and fun. Everyone had a great time and with my busy schedule they really planned the songs according to the schedule of the Winery. I want to thank you for such a beautiful display and such professionalism.

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  • We have worked alongside "The D'Jay Company" at weddings and special events for several years. I have also personally used "The D'Jay Company" and can not say enough about the services they provide. AMAZING talent, beautiful lighting and entertainment that can not be beat. Classy, fun and affordable! Look no further - YOU have found The best around! DeeDee Dallas
    Received this endorsement on Jul 29, 2010 |
    DeeDee is an absolutely amazing and talented photographer! Her classic style will surpass the test of time. You will be able to enjoy your wedding photos and relive your special day for the rest of your life. Working closely with DeeDee is always fun and we look forward to events when we have the opportunity to work along side her. Jay at The D'Jay Company
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    Thanks For the Pictures DeeDee!