It’s lovely day to DJ a Chinese Wedding at the Manor.  This gorgeous wedding venue sits north of Toronto in Kettleby, ON.  It is surrounded by luscious greens and a small peaceful lake.

We started the afternoon with a beautiful Wedding Ceremony.  This was held underneath the covers of a tent overlooking the lake.

The Manor Ceremony Tent

The day was orchestrated by Wedding Planner extrordinaire, Cindy Li of Wonder Chic Events.  This was a well run wedding and made setup so much easier.

The Wedding Ceremony started with the bridal party walking to VSQ’s Wonderful Tonight.  This is a classical rendition of Eric Clapton’s classic.  The officiant then called on everyone to stand up to welcome our Bride.  Vicky then walked in to Christina Perri’s A Thousand Years.

We did play Third Eye Blind’s Mine to fill the silence during the signing of the Marriage license.  It was fun to watch the crowd’s reaction to how we censored the profanities in this song.

Lastly, we ended the Ceremony with a Recessional track from Jessie Glynn – Hold My Hand.

Vicky and Chris had a beautiful wedding cake made.  The photo doesn’t do it justice.  The icing had an unbelievable gradient where it was darker underneath.

The head table was decorated with balloons that spelled either “LOVE” or “LIVE”, depending on how the “O” wanted to situate itself.  We brought in our intelligent lights to add an extra layer of colours once we opened the dance floor.

The registration station really set the stage for a fun evening.  Lots of interesting favours, trivia, and decors met the guests as they arrived.

We opened up the dance floor to a Giant Group Selfie.  This was then followed with a Running Man dance off to the tune of Ghost Town DJ’s My Boo.

We kept the dance floor going all night with a mix of Hip-Hop, R&G, Top 40 and EDM.  This was a fun wedding and we’re looking forward to coming back soon.