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Chloe & Pav's Wedding at Glen Ewin Estate

"You're just too good to be true. Can't take my eyes off of you..."


a bride and groom standing in front of a lake at Glen Ewin Estate, Adelaide, South Australia
Dani Bartlett Photography

Chloe and Pav’s wedding took place at Glen Ewin Estate. Their wedding ceremony was on the picturesque lawns. Followed by their reception inside the nearby Pulp Shed. 


Chloe and Pav invested in making wonderful memories with their loved ones. They organised a photobooth, took photos with every table of guests, and planned a few surprises; including singing, dancing and a Tesla light show. There were many more fun, sweet and heartfelt moments throughout the night. 


Chloe and Pav said that our straightforward pricing helped them to budget for their wedding. Our hourly rate covers the time that we spend playing music for you. All other services, such as phone calls and emails, are included. We keep our pricing simple to help make your wedding planning easier!


a bride and groom walking back down the aisle with confetti at Glen Ewin Estate, Adelaide, South Australia
Dani Bartlett Photography

Music-wise, it’s helpful for us to get an idea of what your musical tastes are. Filling out our enquiry form helps us work out if we are a good fit to deliver what you want. For example, here’s what Chloe wrote: 


“I like a lot of older music and there's various songs I like from a range of decades - 50s - early 2000s. I'm picturing a lot of upbeat songs with strong melodies for dancing interspersed with slower songs for slow dancing. Songs/artists off the top of my head I like include Dancing in the Moonlight, September, Kiss Me, some Abba, some Queen, some Frank Sinatra.


My partner likes more modern dance/electronic music, some of which I like as well, wondering if there's any way to incorporate a bit of that music in too/remixes? I also like some more modern songs (e.g. Shut up and dance), and my parents might have some special requests - wondering what your scope is like for including that too?”


After getting a broad sense of a couple’s musical preferences, we can narrow this down as wedding planning progresses. For example, Chloe and Pav asked us for suggestions of what songs are popular across various genres. From there, they sent us a list of their ‘must play’ songs, as well as some special requests from guests. Another option for couples is to send us Spotify playlists. We can also chat or email ideas back and forth. You can be as involved as you want. We are here to help with advice and suggestions at any stage.



Here are some of the highlights from the dance floor. Firstly, Chloe and Pav danced with their parents, which was sweet. Next, they danced to “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”, with some impressive moves. Following this, Pav surprised Chloe with a choreographed dance to the Backstreet Boys “I Want It That Way”, complete with groomsmen as back-up dancers. This was a super fun moment and the look of surprise on Chloe’s face was priceless. 


Nick from Funk Bros DJs moving a record on a turntable at Glen Ewin Estate, Adelaide, South Australia
Dani Bartlett Photography

Once guests had joined them on the dancefloor, some of the popular songs included Blue Swede’s “Hooked On A Feeling”, James Brown’s “I Got You (I Feel Good)”, and The Jackson Five’s “I Want You Back”.  Guests even started a conga-train to Lipps Inc’s “Funkytown”.


Nick and Ben from Funk Bros DJs standing behind the DJ decks at Glen Ewin Estate, Adelaide, South Australia
Dani Bartlett Photography

Midway through the dancing hours, Chloe serenaded Pav with “Everything” (Michael Buble), which was a beautiful moment. Other highlights included the mother-of-the-bride’s request for “Papa Americano” and the mother-of-the-groom’s selection of “The Ketchup Song”. It is always nice to play a few songs for the parents and these often get the whole family up dancing together.



 

Chloe and Pav said: “We had the pleasure of having Nick and Ben as the DJs at our wedding! Throughout the year of planning they were very prompt with responses, accommodating, easy to talk with and helped put us at ease when it came to the music. They managed to bring both of our tastes in music together seamlessly (from 60-80s songs to 2020 electronic dance music - and the transitions were so well done!). They coordinated perfectly with the MC and other professionals and kept an eye out for prompts to change to "surprise" songs/dances. The cost was kept simple at an hourly rate for the wedding night and was inclusive of all phone calls/emails made throughout the year, which made budgeting easy. The night went so smoothly I really don't know what else to write! Super happy with the service.”


We're available for hire as wedding DJs in Adelaide if you think we're the right fit for your wedding.


Credits list:

Videographer: Rhiannon Miller Video

Florist: Bonnie Blooms


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