Erin & Jim’s CW Moore Penthouse Wedding
Erin & Jim’s CW Moore Penthouse Wedding on January 27, 2018 was elegant, charming and a lot of fun!
Their ceremony was held in the same area of the Penthouse as the reception and the more intimate group setting allowed this to work perfectly. Guest were able to enjoy the beautiful ceremony from the seats at their dinner tables, and as you can see in the wonderful images Tana Photography captured (below), the space lends itself to this kind of situation. That’s a perk of having a CW Moore Penthouse Wedding.
After the ceremony, guests enjoyed a cocktail hour followed by a plated dinner. The mood was elegant and romantic so I played music from the Frank Sinatra era along with newer music by Michael Buble. I even sprinkled in some light, yet upbeat indie-pop and soul music. This unique playlist for the evening was thoroughly enjoyable and fun to work on.
After toasts, special dances and cake cutting, it was time to dance! There was a wide range of ages so I mixed some classic party tracks with hits from the early 2000s and current Top 40. There was a solid 1 1/2 – 2 hours of dancing, which is a long time for a relatively smaller group. Like I said, Erin, Jim and their guests were a lot of fun and they came this event ready to dance!
Ceremony Music Highlights:
- Prelude: Instrumental covers of popular songs
- Processional Song #1: Bach “Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring”
- Processional Song #2: Canon In D (Piano & Violin Version)
- Recessional Song: Bruno Mars “Marry You”
Reception Music Highlights:
- First Dance: James Arthur “Say You Won’t Let Go”
- Father-Daughter Dance (Jim & their daughter): Iz “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
- Last Dance: Jason Mraz “I Won’t Give Up”
Great Vendors We Worked With:
- Venue: CW Moore Penthouse
- Event Planner: Bliss Events
- Photographer: Tana Photography
- Bar: Zee Christopher
- Catering: A Lively Chef
(Images Courtesy: Tana Photography)
Eric Rhodes is the owner and lead DJ at Rhodes Entertainment in Boise, ID. Eric has always had a passion for entertaining people through music. He officially started mixing records at the University of Idaho in 1999. After college Eric moved to Boise where he started making a name for himself in the local music/club scene with his unique sets of House, Indie and Hip-Hop tracks. He started his business in 2011 after realizing that his career in TV news just wasn’t for him. Since then, Eric has been following his dream by building his mobile DJ Company.
Aside from music, Eric has a passion for fitness, personal development and, most importantly, raising his young family. He is the current President of his local Toastmasters Club and President of the Idaho Event Professionals group.