|DJ Tom Pluister at the Perry Hotel in Petoskey|
I just completed my 33rd year of Wedding Service a week ago. At the end of each 'season', I try to look back and reflect on our success. It's become apparent to me that we are successful because we care.
It's truly a pleasure to serve couples and their families on Wedding Day. I take great pride in my preparation and attention to detail. I take greater pride from knowing at the end of the Celebration that all of my hard work brings such JOY to families.
What my entire family has taken from this season of service is this: That in order to serve properly, we must connect with our 'clients'. This sounds easy, but honestly, many of the couples and families that we meet and serve do not live in Northern Michigan. Music is the universal language and when we talk music, we connect deeply.
Wedding Ceremony at Castle Farms
Wedding Ceremony at BayFront Park
Rachel and Jeff here had a large wedding party! It took a very long version of Canon in D to walk all of these people from the Trolley to the "Altar". Local guitarist, Pete Kehoe played what we now joke as "Inna Godda D Canon"... I timed it at around 11 minutes!
I hope I've made my point... that we succeed at our work because we CARE deeply about our craft and we connect deeply with the clients we serve through the Joy of Music.
DJ Sammy K behind the board for a First Dance
First Dance at Willowbrook Mill, Northport
DJ Sunshine from Pluister Entertainment
First Dance in the Vienna Room at Boyne Mountain
At the Perry Hotel in Petoskey with Pluister Entertainment
A two step stomp at Dunmaglas Barn with Pluister Entertainment