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MINT DJ provided expert Cork wedding DJ Jeremy to perform at the wedding of Kerry & Mark. That was last Sunday, the 5th June 2016. We provided the evening only wedding DJ and disco service along with our uplighting service which transformed these rooms beautifully.
Cantley House Hotel
When Jeremy arrived at Cantley House Hotel, he was introduced by a member of staff to the lovely Natalie Jackson. She is the Wedding coordinator for this fine wedding venue. She showed our DJ where to set up and provided him with everything that he needed. Including some light refreshments, very useful on such a hot summers day!
We worked alongside wedding singer/guitarist called Ed Harvey. He provided easy listening music for the wedding guests during the early evening. Most of the guests stayed outside enjoying drinks and conversation, as it was a very very hot evening.
The photography Service for this wedding was provided by the very talented Alison Jepp.
MINT DJ provided and installed Purple mood lighting as requested. It really did look amazing in the Windsor room at the Cantley House Hotel.
We were not sure we would get anyone in the room for dancing. The reason being, there was a photo booth down the other end of the room. The bar was outside the room, and the weather was extremely hot. Without being negative we did not think we was going to get anyone on the dance floor!!! But we were pleasantly surprised when we managed to have at least a handful of guest dancing all night. As the evening got cooler around 10.30pm a few more guests appeared on the dance floor. At around 11pm more guests arrived on the dance floor and remained on the dance floor till the end of the night! Kerry & Mark ended the night with “Gerry and the pacemakers – Your never walk alone”