Something New Entertainment video testimonial
Wedding Date: June 19th 2010
Location: Divieste Banquet Hall, Warren, OH
“I would say the best experience I had with a vendor was my DJ service, Something New Entertainment.
Picking a DJ is scary because they essentially make or break your reception. I had been to a string of bad receptions before my wedding so I couldn’t pick a DJ from personal experience.
I discovered something New at a Bridal show and I was highly impressed with Anna, who was so nice and really seemed to pay attention to me. A lot of the vendors at the bridal shows just kind of smile and show interest if they think you want to buy something but she was different. She was very attentive and spoke to me for a long time about the services they offered and what I wanted for my special day.
I was again equally impressed with her husband, Justin, who was my DJ for my wedding. He was so courteous and organized. I was unsure about what to do for some of the wedding music and he provided me with great ideas and made an “itinerary” for the reception so I knew what was going to happen and when.
There were no surprises with Something New and I appreciated that. They were on time and had set up their equipment before cocktails even began. I liked how Something New provides multiple DJs for your event. One to play music and one to check volume and keep tabs on the bride and groom, it made perfect sense and worked out amazing.
They were wonderful. I actually looked forward to our pre-wedding meetings mostly because I liked Justin and Anna’s personalities so much and also because every time I met with them my peace of mind grew that I had chosen an excellent pair to take care of my wedding reception. They were fun to have at the reception and they made everyone else have fun too. They played what I wanted and had good control over the dance crowd.
These people know what they are doing. I wholeheartedly recommend them for any event you have that needs music. I will definitely use their services again when the time presents itself.”