Monday, April 28, 2014

The last dance

Have you thought about your last dance of the night? Here are some song choices often used by our brides:

Save the Last Dance for Me by Michael Buble
Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond
Time of My Life by Black Eyed Peas
Glad You Came by The Wanted

We always recommend choosing a slow and a fast song. By picking both songs our Edge Sight and Sound DJs can play whichever song matches the mood of the evening. Also, another detail to think about is when to actually have your last dance. Keep in mind that you dont want to have the dance too early because you want plenty of time to celebrate but, you also dont want to wait untill 10 people are left at your wedding. End your celebration early enough that friends and family leave wanting more!

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Dancing on a Cloud!

While browsing through our website you might ask yourself  "what in the world is Dancing on a Cloud?" I thought the same as well lol! Crazy ideas went through my head when Randy mentioned it to me. Are a bunch of puff balls going to be floating around someones head? Is it going to be messy? What is it? Dancing on a Cloud is a machine that creates a white, cloud like fog, that stays knee high from the ground. The cloud is made out of  dry ice so its not messy and it does not smell. Oh, and don't worry, the cloud will not set off fire alarms during your event. The first dance as Mr. and Mrs. is already so special, why not make it uniquely memorable as well? Edge Sight and Sound is the only Tulsa, Oklahoma Wedding DJ that actually offers this feature. Dancing on the Cloud will have your guests running to their cameras! It creates the most beautiful, dream like, pictures. What bride doesn't want to be a princess on her big day? -- Ana

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Prom songs vs wedding songs

It's prom season everybody! We've been dancing the night away and just having a blast with all the Tulsa area prom kids. Do you remember your prom? What kind of music were you dancing to? At my prom I was dancing line dances like the "Cha Cha Slide" and shaking it to "Single Ladies" by Beyonce. I still love those songs, but are they appropriate for a wedding? Sure! Here at Edge Sight and Sound one of our number one goals is to get ALL your guests involved in your wedding. One great way to get your guests up and dancing are line dances such as the "Cha Cha Slide". Line dances are upbeat, easy and are not gender specific, therefore, you can get a range of people on the dance floor. Also, a great way to incorporate your favorite songs is by using them in specific times during your wedding. Example, if you are a fan of Beyonce's "Single Ladies" like me, why not add that song during the bouquet toss. The song gets all the single gals up and it adds excitement to that special moment of your wedding. Weddings don't have to be stuffy and serious. Your goal is to have your guests leave your wedding thinking, wow that wedding reflected their personalities. Don't be afraid to make it personal! 
-Ana Schaefer, Events Manager.


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Weddings of Tulsa!

Weddings can be stressful, we know, but there are ways to make it less crazy. Edge Sight and Sound is honored to be a part of an awesome way of planning your wedding. Have you heard of Weddings of Tulsa? Weddings of Tulsa is specifically designed to help the bride and groom make educated decisions about their wedding day, all while enjoying the process. Each month they host mixers where vendors get to showcase what they can actually do for you. This is a great way for you to really see vendors in action before making your decisions. The vision of Weddings of Tulsa is to make wedding planning simple, stress-free, and fun.

Check out their website and Facebook page for more information about vendors, events, bridal showcases and much more!

We love being a part of such a great concept!

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Oklahoma Heart Institute

We at Edge Sight and Sound, wanted to say a big congratulations to Oklahoma Heart Institute on their 25 years of heart care!

For those who don't know, Oklahoma Heart Institute is Oklahoma's most advanced dedicated hospital for the prevention and treatment of heart disease. From comprehensive diagnostics to open heart surgery and cardiac rehabilitation, Oklahoma Heart Institute combines recognized cardiovascular physicians with the region's most advanced technology.

Over 450 people from the Oklahoma Heart Institute joined us at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center for dinner and dancing! We were truly honored to participate in such an amazing celebration!

Again, congratulations on the 25 years and we hope there are many, many, more to come!