Emiline Ballroom Kansas City

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 , Posted by Bandstand Music Inc at 11:46 PM

Last Saturday I DJed a fun reception in Kansas City. I really liked the facility and the staff was awesome. I love it when wedding vendors work together and everything comes together. The facility was beautifully decorated and was absolutely the perfect setting for a wedding reception. Props to the bride and groom and the Emiline Ballroom.

Steve Bergeron
www.bandstandmusic.com
www.bandstandmusic.blogspot.com
www.weddingreceptionsecretsrevealed.com

Polish Pop

Tuesday, June 15, 2010 , Posted by Bandstand Music Inc at 1:44 PM



Nothing like a family brewed beverage to toast the Bride and Groom. This was a photo from my gig last Saturday. Everyone was treated to the family brewed "Polish Pop". As a DJ I love watching family traditions. This was a really fun night and I just want to wish my Bride and Groom Maxine and Jeff a wonderful life together.

Steve Bergeron
www.bandstandmusic.com
www.bandstandmusic.blogspot.com
www.weddingreceptionsecretsrevealed.com

How fun would it be...

Thursday, June 10, 2010 , Posted by Bandstand Music Inc at 2:01 PM

How fun would it be to decorate cakes. With all the cake posts that I make here in my blog i've never commented on the actual process of doing the decorating. Some of the cakes I see are just fantastic and I can't imagine the time that went into them. My good friend from Omaha Pastry is Dorothy Thompson. She does some incredible stuff. Here's a grooms cake in the shape of a record player. I'm sure some of the younger guests at the reception had no idea what they were looking at.

Steve Bergeron
www.bandstandmusic.com
www.bandstandmusic.blogspot.com
www.weddingreceptionsecretsrevealed.com

Still waiting for a Cowboys Groom! Vikings Groom Cake

Wednesday, June 2, 2010 , Posted by Bandstand Music Inc at 10:45 AM

Here's a cool Vikings grooms cake. Football grooms cakes seem to be very popular and I keep waiting for my team to show up on one of these cakes. Dallas Cowboy Grooms where are you? I am still waiting for a Cowboys grooms cake. One of these days I guess.

Steve Bergeron
www.bandstandmusic.com
www.bandstandmusic.blogspot.com
www.weddingreceptionsecretsrevealed.com

The "Stroll" live on!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010 , Posted by Bandstand Music Inc at 1:26 PM

Something you never see anymore is the Stroll. The Stroll was a popular line dance in the 1950's and has faded a bit through the years. Every now and again my dance crowd will ask for it. For some of the younger folks they may not know what to do right away but they catch on quickly and will usually ask me to play it again. So the guys line up on one side and the girls on the other. They face each other and the man an woman on the end of the line meet in the middle and stroll down the isle. It's always a blast!

LONG LIVE THE STROLL

Steve Bergeron
www.bandstandmusic.com
www.bandstandmusic.blogspot.com
www.weddingreceptionsecretsrevealed.com