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August 16, 2013

If you want the best, go with these guys!!!

Kristin & Andrew
Bride & Groom
Carrigan Farms

Six Months After The Fact…

Bride's Review off Wedding Wire – Really kind of disappointed with service. Said they would do it all but into the reception at 8, they said they needed MORE money to stay! I told them several times during our meetings what time we were leaving... Never mentioned it. Who does that? music was ok... Didn't really mix for the older crowd. Overall ok service. it's pretty sad that on my wedding day Ihad to borrow money from guest bc my groom and I didn't have our wallets

Spintastic Sounds responded with the following comments:
This is all news to us. They have not come to us directly with any concerns till this "review"... Client(s) was very happy the night of. Contracted times were honored. Overtime was charged accordingly. Dance floor was busy all during Open Dance Floor period. We are needless to say surprised at this expression of disappointment. Todd & Jessica Alexander

Wedding Wire 5 Star Award Three Years Running

Bride's Choice Awards 2012 - 5 Stars

Top 8 Wedding Guest Complaints

As seen on Elegala.com

8 Wedding Guest Complaints

  1. Bad Timing – Long pauses between the ceremony and reception are generally a bummer. If you cannot book the ballroom immediately following the ceremony, arrange for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at an adjacent space.
  2. Cash Bars – Sorry, a cash bar is never an acceptable money-saving solution. Swallow that expensive pill by thinking about this: You would never ask guests to pay for a cocktail in your own home; your wedding should be the same. Consider simply serving wine, beer, and a signature cocktail to cut costs. If you're on a budget, a full bar isn't necessary.
  3. Stranded Dates – Don't create a painful experience for your attendants' dates. Speed up the marathon photo sessions and seat dates together with the wedding party at the reception.
  4. Stranded Guests – If your wedding reception and ceremony locations are far apart or far from accommodations, you should provide guest transportation. Besides the obvious safety concerns of drinking and driving, your guests should remember what a lovely time they had at your wedding – not what a pain it was to get there.
  5. Unaccommodating Accommodations – Failing to provide information for convenient and affordable accommodations for long distance guests never goes over well. Don't force guests to be their own travel agents, and don't secure the only room block at a five-star hotel unless all of your guests have five-star budgets.
  6. Silent or Tardy Dinner Bell – If your four hour reception falls during meal time, understand that your guests will be expecting just that – a meal. And they'll expect that meal during normal lunch or dinner hours, so don't wait until 10 pm to serve dinner.
  7. Ungracious Hosts – Failing to acknowledge any gift or thoughtful gesture with handwritten, personalized thank-you notes is always an etiquette faux pas and never a breech that goes unnoticed. Suffering from writer's block? These useful thank-you note examples will help you get started.
  8. Just Plain Tacky – Ok, let's get it out: When it comes to money dances, novelty songs (hokey pokey comes to mind), or singles dances, most guests are in agreement that it's a little out of date. Of course, there will always be those who find these acts acceptable and those who don't – but as host/hostess, your job is to make guests feel at ease and comfortable, so consider your audience as you decide on the evening's events.

Spinnin’ in a Thunderstorm

Wedding Ceremony in the sand at Carrigan Farms with your closest family & friends...$$+ Evening Reception with fabulous food and drinks...$$$$+
Downpour thunderstorm with an hour left in the reception... Mildly inconvenient...
Spintastic Sounds DJing from two iPhones in the thunderstorm to finish the show because they had to turn the computer off... PRICELESS!
At Spintastic Sounds we go the extra mile to make sure your event is PRICELESS!

Superb New Venue – Dennis Vineyards

We had the pleasure of playing "A Place In The Vineyard" at Dennis Vineyards Saturday night. WHAT A GREAT NEW LOCATION...! Well New to us at Spintastic Sounds... They have been open about 5 years if my memory serves me correct from our conversation with the owner. Wonderful room, great wine & a solid good time was had by all. So if you're looking for something outside the Charlotte Metro area, take a thirty minute ride toward Albemarle on NC 24 / 27 and check out Dennis Vineyards...! For more information there is a link on our Charlotte Page under the Vendors Button...