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The ceremonial cutting of the wedding cake is one of the longest-standing wedding traditions of them all. This tradition is meant to symbolize togetherness – that is, it’s viewed as the first task that the married couple will do together. Although some couples choose to forego this ceremonial act, it’s still widely practiced in weddings all across the US and elsewhere. What follows are some basic do’s and don’ts associated with this ritual. - See more at: http://www.1motherofthebride.com/the-dos-and-donts-of-the-wedding-cake-cutting-tradition.html#sthash.ZJ2RY7pc.dpuf The ceremonial cutting of the cake is a long standing wedding tradition. This tradition is meant to symbolize togetherness – that is, it’s viewed as the first task that the married couple will do together. Our major recommendation is NOT to throw cake at each other or stuff cake in each others faces. Not only is this a mess to clean up but it's a major time waster - leaving less time for dancing.
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Many engaged couples question the expense of a CT wedding DJ. Some decide to cut wedding costs by hiring an amateur DJ, a friend, or even plugging in their own iPod for a “D.I.Y wedding”. With over 35 years in the wedding, event and music business Atmosphere Productions is here to warn you that a “D.I.Y wedding” comes with its own a price tag – one that we think is far more costly than making an investment in a true professional DJ. 1. Your Master Of Ceremony: Most forget that a professional DJ is not (and should not) only be there to play music. The DJ must also act as the wedding’s official Master Of Ceremony, helping to direct the flow of events and orchestrate important moments, like the newlyweds’ entrance, the First Dance, the Toasts and Speeches, the Cake Cutting and any other traditions. Atmosphere Productions is great at directing the event timeline, prompting you, photographer and facility so that we are all on the same page AND making sure it all flows seaml