Planning a wedding is fun, but it isn't always fun to have to write out the budget for it. There's a lot of things to account for, and it's important to make sure that you've planned for everything. Here are a few tips that will help make budgeting for your wedding day a little bit easier.
Whether you have a planner or friend handling all the details of your wedding, or you're doing all of the planning yourself, odds are you will be 100% involved in actually choosing your vendors. Choosing the right vendors to fit your personality and budget are important, but it's even more important to find the vendors who will work well together to bring your vision to life.
It's official! The ceremony is complete, you're happily married, the pictures have been taken, and now it's time to get the party started. You're about to walk in to your reception...what are you playing?
It's safe to say that wedding venues have come a long way over the years. Though churches still make for great venues, it's no longer the common normality to get married in one. If you're searching for an interesting place to tie the knot in Indy, look no further.
THe Jared Wade Entertainment Mobile App here finally here! Take a look to see what is in the app, and how to request new features! Perfect for those that are planning their special event, looking for reviews, working in the industry and so much more!
In this blog post I'm going to talk about how DJs can work with venues just a little better. We're going to be taking a look my personal top 5 ways that we as DJs, can work with venues better in making sure that the event goes off without a hitch.
So far, what has happened on May 14th? Well, in 1027 Robert II, the Vrome, names son Henry I, king of France. In 1607, the 1st permanent English settlement in New World, Jamestown, Va happened! And then in 2016, Adrienne and Michael got hitched!!
April 30th is known for many things. George Washington took office in New York as the first President of the United States in 1789. The United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803. And Sylvia and Andrew Ryan got married in 2016.
Never heard of Slack? Never fear! Jared is here to tell you why you should be using it for your wedding planning communication needs and so much more! There is also a Video! So... at the very least, you can finish your lunch with some good humor from my pals at Slack! :-)
Marilyn & Brent invited me to join them and their families as they departed the USA, and ventured off to San Juan to spend not only the day, but several days with them before they got married at the Ritz-Carlton in San Juan.
Angela and Zachary were some of the coolest people I have met. Very laid back, and literally wanted to make sure that everyone had a great time. We took a wonderful interactive approach with the Reception, by taking the traditional "Clanking of the Glass" and put a few spins on it.
In this overview view, Jared Wade Professional Event Host, Wedding DJ and Lighting Design takes a quick look back at 2015 and all the excitement that happened along the way here in Indianapolis and out of it!
November 21st 2015 was a a tad... snowy. However, it made for some amazingly magical and VERY unique photos and video moments for Jessica and Brandon. #ProfessionalEventHost #EndOfNightShot www.ProfessionalEventHost.com
November 7th 2015 was not only a beautiful day outside for an Indianapolis wedding, but it was also an amazing night for a party! Kati & Cody Deckard got married and had some pretty cool things at their receptions! #ProfessionalEventHost www.ProfessionalEventHost.com #EndOfNightShot
Last week I was able to head out to The Barn at Kennedy Farm. A new Indianapolis Wedding Venue on the westside of the state that offers a pretty cool "newer" barn setting for those that are interested in having their wedding or event in a non-traditional atmosphere. Taking some of my Up Lighting and cameras, I was able to grab some photos and video and thought I would share with you all! Enjoy!