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Dj Eric Rosario & MC Daisy Rijos In Action!
DJ Eric Rosario
Dj Eric Rosario
SBN Entertainment Provided Dj for Reception, Cocktail Hour Sound, Bilingual Master of Ceremonies, DMX Controlled Lighting, Wireless Decorative uplighting to The Entire Venue.
Lorne and Tiffany had a beautiful ceremony at Hacienda Siesta Alegre in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. Shortly afterwards, guests moved to the main hall for a fun reception with a lots of dancing. We also provided the Ceremony Sound and Cocktail Hour Music to create a lively atmosphere.
Check out the video below!
Special Thanks To The Amazing Wedding Planner, Jeanette Centeno From Silversilke Weddings.
Meghan and Adam held their ceremony and reception at the Sunset Paradise Villas in Rincon, Puerto Rico. I played lots of reggae for the Cocktail Hour, And for the reception a Top 40 Flavor, oldies and modern requests for an amazing group of family and friends who wanted to dance all night long. The lighting was simple but perfect for the venue which included 2 LED Lights.
A good Master of Ceremonies (MC) is a must for a successful wedding.
The MC is more than just a funny guy with a mic. The MC should work with the wedding planners and coordinators as well as the venue, entertainment, photographers, videographers etc to ensure the whole event goes smoothly. They help keep to time, they help move people between places (eg, if you are having a fire works display and your guests need to move outside to a deck area) but also between activities – eg, cake cutting, dancing, meals. Perhaps most importantly, the MC helps set the mood.
Although, all too often the role of MC is not taken seriously. Probably the biggest mistake we see is where a couple chooses a friend or family member to be the MC, even though they have no suitable expertise or experience.
For couples who choose to omit some or all of the formalities from their wedding, an appropriate friend or family member can work quite well.
However, our theory is that everyone from the bride and groom right through to each guest should be enjoying your wedding. This means, no guest should be ‘working’ at your wedding–that’s what staff and vendors are for!
While it may be a great honour for them, when you ask a guest to be MC at your wedding, it will also be a burden. It will stop that guest from having fun and relaxing at your wedding – because they must be conscience of timings and how things are running. They wouldn’t be able to enjoy their meal and have a few drinks. That’s not to say that many amateur MC’s don’t try! I have seen several in my time who have enjoyed their drinks just a little too much and don’t realise that what they are saying over the microphone may be inappropriate, embarrassing or downright annoying, especially when they’re carrying that microphone around and start singing whilst on the dance floor.
A better option is to hire a professional MC, someone who has experience and the skills to do the job properly. The qualities of a good MC include:
A strong and commanding voice,
A pleasant and respectful demeanour,
Cool under pressure,
Organised and can work to a schedule.
Possibly the best thing about a professional MC is that they are just that, professional. They are there to do a job, not to cut loose or practice their karaoke. Like many other vendors you’ll hire for your wedding, it’s all the little things you don’t see that make all the difference between an amateur and professional MC.
SBN Entertainment Count with the Best Professional Bilingual MC
Today is Internationally Celebrated the DJ Day … Something that I like and i am passionate of my job is to know different cultures through music. My academic preparation as a geographer, arouses curiosity to provide entertainment to different couples regardless of their background or cultural mix. When families, korean with American, Hindu with Chinese, Puerto Ricans with Japanese, Peruvian join with Canadians. I give the task to learn a little more thoroughly, culture musically. What usually listen to music? Will there be a cultural tradition as entertainment at the wedding? I give the task of knowing the holidays and traditions of these two families sewn together their lives. The most satisfying feeling is when I create a cultural and festive in each of their weddings balance.
Join 2 families with completely different cultures in the same dance floor, is what makes me reaffirm that i chose the best professions in the world. Geographer and be the Dj.