Nappanee couple Michelle and Zach were looking for a venue with lots of character between Zach’s family in Nappanee, and Michelle’s near Niles, MI, and chose the Brick as the perfect spot for their early spring celebration.
Madeline’s family is well known amongst long-time Goshen residents and anyone familiar with the historic Main Street business district, having family owned “Newell’s” clothing store in at the corner of Main and Washington streets for nearly 130 years.
We’ve been entertaining for the 100 or so employees of this Elkhart-based chemical company for several years in the same venue, but this year, they decided to switch it up, and try the gorgeous new Center Six One Five in Elkhart for their annual company Christmas party in late December.
Although we always encourage our clients to book their events with us with as much notice as possible, sometimes circumstances arise when a company or group needs DJ entertainment in a rush.
Although we are usually hired to get people dancing, occasionally we are booked to provide audio services only for a corporate or institutional client.
We do quite a few company and corporate Christmas and holiday parties each December and January for repeat customers, but this corporate event was a for a brand new client.
Sally and Dan were not like our typical wedding clients, and yet ended up being one of our favorite couples of 2018.
With more and more barn venues appearing every year, it can be challenging to pick the right one for your wedding. There are many different styles from very rustic and historic, to newly-constructed with all the charm of a barn setting but with all the modern conveniences of a more traditional venue.
Samantha and Lantz live in Colorado but were looking for a unique, country-style venue to accommodate their ceremony and reception for 200 guests, many of whom are Amish.