Throughout my career as a Pittsburgh DJ, I’ve been fortunate enough to perform at a variety of various cultural and religious wedding receptions. While I wouldn’t consider my self a specialist at these events, I work closely with couples to make sure I can provide the exact entertainment service they need. Stephanie Rosenthal and Joel Pomerantz were great to work with at their Jewish ceremony and reception held this past Sunday at the Beth Shalom Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA.
The newlyweds asked me to provide music and a microphone for their ceremony. The large ballroom allowed plenty of room for all the separate festivities of the day.
Stephanie and Joel chose to use classical music through most of the day, and saved more mainstream music for the last hour of the reception. This helped keep an appropriate and yet stylish mood to the celebration.
As the newlyweds entered their reception, the guests joined them on the floor for Havah Nagilah. This might be the most full dance floor I’ve ever seen!
Later in the reception, there was time for more modern dancing, as well as Stephanie and Joel’s first dance.
I’m thrilled that Stephanie and Joel entrusted me to be part of their big day, and helped me make sure all aspects of my services were mindful of important traditions. While I’m always thrilled to be the DJ for every wedding, I cherish those celebrations which expose me to new and exciting opportunities. I can’t thank these newlyweds enough, and I wish them the best on their new lives together.