Dinner Music

DINNER IS MUCH MORE THAN THE MEAL ITSELF. IT BEGINS AS SOON AS THE DOORS OPEN AND INCLUDES INTRODUCTIONS, CAKE CUTTING, TOASTS, THE BLESSING, AND ALL OF YOUR MAIN DANCES WITH THE DANCING BETWEEN COURSES OPTION.

David took care of all our announcements and introductions. He worked so well with all our vendors. David did a great job communicating, organizing, speaking and keeping things flowing, he hosts a great party!!”
– Katherine and Brian K.
How it Works:
Dinner starts as soon as guests enter the room. It lasts 1 1/2 – 2 Hours and includes:
  • Introduction of the Bridal Party, Bride and Groom
  • Toasts
  • Blessing over the Meal
  • Cake Cutting
  • First Dance, Father/Daughter, Mother/Son Dances, Guests Dancing (Dancing Between Courses Only)
The purpose of dinner is to perform the standard wedding traditions as well as the serving of the meal itself. This is the main body of your wedding. Dinner starts as soon as the doors to the ballroom are opened and your guests enter, not when they serve the food.
The biggest factors that will help or hurt your dinner schedule is:
  1. Getting all the guests inside the room and the bridal party lined up.
  2. The number and length of the toasts.
  3. The speed of the food service.
Recommended Ensembles:

Jazz Trio (Piano, Bass and Sax)

8 or 11 Piece Orchestra (Dancing between Courses only)

How we do it Better:
David is an expert at handling all aspects of announcements and introductions, and working with you to design a schedule that will be perfect for your vision. He’ll work to make sure each activity during dinner is taken care of with the perfect music and announcements.
Want to find out more? Call/text David 773.719.7610 or click here to get your price quote for your wedding.