Wedding DJ Sydney

Wedding Reception | 7 March 2015 | Amy & Lawrence Boyd | The Pontoon, Sydney Harbour, Sydney


One could not have wished for better weather for a wedding reception being celebrated on stunning Sydney Harbour – it was such a perfect autumn day full of sunshine, a gentle breeze and a beautiful couple whose love for each other was obvious from the first time I met them. Amy and Lawrence are both kind, humble and gorgeous individuals, inside and out. They have two totally adorable daughters and met in 2009 at a Eurovision party hosted by Lawrence’s mum.

Amy & Lawrence’s reception was held on The Pontoon, a luxury vessel offering 360° views of the Harbour – essentially a floating glass ballroom with a huge upper deck entertaining area. Guests boarded The Pontoon at the Man ‘O War Steps adjacent to Sydney Opera House and were greeted by Amy, Lawrence and their wedding party. Guests enjoyed, drinks, canapés and the spectacular views from the upper deck as we cruised around the harbour.

A short time later guests moved downstairs and we welcomed Amy & Lawrence with cheers, applause and twirling napkins!! A short welcome and thank you before guests were served a delicious entrée. This was followed by lovely speeches from Amy’s dad, Donald and Matron of Honour, Erin. All eyes were then on the two screens where a lovely slideshow featuring a pre-wedding photographic shoot was played (The slideshow can be viewed at the end of this post). A fun game to see how well Amy and Lawrence knew each other had guests laughing, smiling and aww-ing before a scrumptious main meal was served.

Wonderful speeches from both best man, Michael and Lawrence himself, the cutting of the cake, dessert and it was time for Amy & Lawrence to have their first dance as husband and wife. This was truly a magical and emotional moment – their love was evident throughout the song and it did end with some tears of happiness being shed. Guests then joined in on the dance floor.

As the clock stuck 9:00 pm, with precision timing, we were perfectly positioned to witness a fabulous fireworks display (that I like to think was in celebration of Amy & Lawrence’s wedding), with many guests taking the opportunity to venture onto the upper deck for a better view, whilst others continued to dance on! Further dancing continued until before we knew it, it was time to commence the farewells. A bouquet toss which ended in Amy’s mum, Donna catching the bouquet – Donna was so excited as she has been engaged for 30 years! A fun garter toss, a circle of love and it was time to send Amy & Lawrence on the way as they commenced the rest of their lives as a married couple.

It was such an honour to have been given the privilege of witnessing their love first hand. Amy is a little quiet, beautiful, spirited and radiates joy. Lawrence is outgoing, funny, gentle and completely adores her. They are an awesome couple who are so deeply in love and created a wedding which was a joyous fun celebration. Thank you for entrusting me with being your Sydney Wedding MC & Sydney Wedding DJ, it was such a pleasure getting to know you both and assisting you celebrate your lifelong commitment. May love, laughter and music fill your lives forever!!!

Photography and Video by DJ:Plus! Entertainment except Amy + Lawrence Slide Show (Morko’s Photography & Video)

Songs selected by Bride and Groom;

Bridesmaids & Groomsmen Entry: “You Can’t Hurry Love” by Phil Collins

Bride & Groom Entry: “I Made It” by Kevin Rudolf

Cake Cutting: “Tonight, I Celebrate My Love For You” by Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack

First Dance: “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” by Bryan Adams

Bouquet Toss: “Pretty Woman” by Roy Orbison

Garter Toss: “Crazy In Love” by Beyoncé Feat. Jay-Z

Farewell Circle/Cirle Of Love: “Better Together” by Jack Johnson, “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran, “Runaway” by The Corrs

Final Farewell Song: “Time Of Your Life” by Green Day

Other Wedding Professionals

Photographer & Videographer: Morko’s Photography & Video

Florist: Brides In Bloom

Cake Designer: Unique Cakes

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Commitment Ceremony & Reception | 27 April 2014 | Robyn & Georgina | Deckhouse, Woolwich, Sydney


Call it what you want – wedding, commitment ceremony, a celebration of love – but I’m sure guests will agree Robyn and Georgina’s big day was a beautiful example of love, respect and courage. Their families and friends came from all over to show their support for this union. Their ceremony and reception was at Deckhouse in Woolwich, Sydney on an, unfortunately, wet autumn day.

Robyn and Georgina’s guests arrived by Ferry and were welcomed with drinks and canapés. A little while later the ceremony commenced and they made life-long promises and exchanged vows. It was a beautiful, intimate gathering of their closest friends and family, everyone celebrating with so much love, happiness and joy.

Following a beautiful meal, heartfelt words from both Robyn and Georgina and a toast from Jim Higgins, guests made their way onto the dance floor to shake their booties. Despite the rain, it was a beautiful celebration full of much love and lots of fun. Robyn and Georgina, thank you entrusting me as your Sydney Wedding DJ, it was an absolute honour and pleasure to be a part of your special day. May love, laughter and music fill your lives forever!!!

Photography and Video by DJ:Plus! Entertainment
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Professional Photos of Katie & Scott’s Wedding | Coast Golf Club, Little Bay, Sydney


Three months ago today on the 16th March 2013 two beautiful people exchanged vows, professed their undying love for each other and become one ( happy three month anniversary Katie & Scott!!). I was so blessed to have been able to witness their ceremony and also be given the privilege of entertaining at Katie & Scott’s amazing wedding reception, both held at Coast Golf Club, Little Bay, Sydney.

It was also a great pleasure to work alongside Sue Taylor Photography (Global Sanctuary) who share the same ethos, dedication, commitment and attitude in every aspect of their profession and passion as I do – this is no doubt why they were declared the NSW winner for Wedding Photography in 2012 at the prestigious Australian Bridal Industry Academy Awards (ABIA). They were a total joy to work with and when I approached Sue Taylor, Global Sanctuary’s Founder & Managing Director about the possibility of sharing some images from Katie and Scott’s wedding day for this Blog, she did not hesitate for the slightest micro second. On receiving the images I was blown away with how beautifully everything was captured. Katie and Scott, who are an absolutely stunning couple anyway, look like they belong in a fashion magazine!!.(someone really needs to submit this wedding to a wedding magazine).

The essence of Katie & Scott’s wedding day celebration, the inner beauty of this special couple is beautifully represented and their obvious happiness captured perfectly. I was able to relive many beautiful moments from this very special day as their Sydney Wedding DJ & MC. Thank you so much Sue.

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Wedding Ceremony & Reception | 11 May 2013 | Tumbling Waters Retreat, Stanwell Tops


It did start to rain a little before the ceremony was scheduled to begin, after what was a sunny morning, but the rain could not compete with the force of the great love held for our beautiful couple by all those gathered and by the time the ceremony was scheduled to begin, the rain was just a very fine mist allowing us to proceed in the garden at Tumbling Waters Retreat overlooking the stunning vista as planned.

“G & “M” have requested privacy which I totally respect and honour; so there will be no photographs of this beautiful couple or their guests, but I have included a selection from the day so you may appreciate the care taken with their wedding dream, take inspiration from some of their styling ideas and admire the beauty of this wonderful location.

Following the ceremony, whilst “G” & “M” had photographs taken around the Tumbling Waters Retreat grounds, guests enjoyed canapés and drinks on the deck and availed themselves to Kumar, the caricature artist who on hand to provide a sketch of each guest – what a great memento to have and take home! Soon the wedding party were ready to enter the reception began. A short welcome and thank you from “M” before guests were served their delicious entrée.

“G” & “M” then cut their Pavlova wedding cake before we played the newlywed game, which the guests absolutely loved!! This was followed by another quick game to determine who the lucky guest was at each table who would take home the stunning centrepiece – flowers and vase! Let me tell you there were some very excited guests!  The main meal was then served before it was time for the Magic Show. “G” & “M” secured the services of Matt Holllywood, who has worked from everyone from Seinfeld through to Jerry Lewis and Robbie Williams. Matt dazzled and entertained the guests with both his magic and comedy, and was enjoyed by all.

Dessert, lovely speeches from “G”‘s dad, the bestman, “M” & “G” and it was time for the first dance – a special moment which was if they were both encased in a bubble and oblivious to anything around them – it was so beautiful. Joined on the dance floor by the wedding party and guests, everyone proceed to enjoy the rest of the evening. Before long it was time for the farewell dance before departing to start their new married life together.

“G” & “M” it was such a joy meeting you both, hearing you love story and I really love how you complement and bounce of each other, I love your honesty, I love how you make each other laugh and how obvious it is that you are both so very deeply in love with each other – it truly makes my heart happy!. Thank you so much for placing your trust in me, giving me the great honour of sharing some of your wedding journey with you and being your Sydney Wedding DJ & MC Entertainer – it was a magical experience [in more ways than one 🙂 ] . You are beautiful individuals and your love for each other and no nonsense approach to life will ensure an extremely happy future together.  May love, laughter and music continue to fill your lives forever!!

Photography by DJ:Plus! Entertainment (Except first & last photographs – Credits contained in photograph name)

Songs selected by Bride and Groom;

Bridesmaid Processional: “Canon in D” by Pachelbel

Brides Processional: “Canon in D” by Pachelbel

Register Signing: “This Old Love” by Lior, “Forever” by Boyce Avenue

Recessional: “Beautiful Day” by U2

Wedding Party Entry: “Now That We’ve Found Love” by Heavy D & The Boyz

Bride & Groom Entry: “Now That We’ve Found Love” by Heavy D & The Boyz

Cake Cutting Song: “Ice Cream” by Sarah McLachlan

Bridal Waltz/First Dance: “Annie’s Song” by John Denver (Acoustic Version)

Farewell Dance: “I’ve Had The Time Of My Life” by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warne

Final Farewell Song: “The Final Countdown” by Europe

Other Wedding Professionals

Celebrant: Hollie-Berri Sleeman

Photographer: Frank Farrugia Photography

Magician: Matt Hollywood

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Wedding Reception | 16 March 2013 | Katie and Scott Johnson | Coast Golf Club, Little Bay, Sydney


This super sweet and gorgeous couple first met on MySpace, but it was not until 6 November 2007 that they actually met in person at The Mean Fiddler in Rouse Hill. Katie’s first impression of Scott was that he was “Hot!” whilst Scott just couldn’t take his eyes off Katie for one moment whilst admiring just how beautiful she was and saying “Wow!” to himself repeatedly. They hit it off straight away, shared their first kiss that night on the dance floor and so marked the beginning of this beautiful love story.

Love blossomed and they eventually moved in together. On the 4th May 2011, when Katie returned home she found rose petals on the stairs leading to the bedroom. She followed the petals and as she opened the bedroom door noticed there was a rose petal love heart on the bed and then……….. she saw Scott down on his knee. Scott proposed to Katie that day, and whilst Katie was left absolutely speechless, except for an “Oh My God!”, she obviously did say yes at some point, because here we were at Coast Golf Club on a beautiful Sydney Autumn day to witness their life long commitment and celebrate the deep love they both share.

With a gentle breeze blowing across this picturesque setting, enhanced by the lovely ladies from Decorations By Jelena who created a stunning ceremony setting, guests commenced to gather as Scott and his grooms men waited in front of the ceremony arbour framing the Golf Course and the Pacific Ocean. Then in the distance, a green and white Kombi appeared and slowly wound it’s way to the ceremony location. Katie and her bridesmaids alighted from the Kombi, the processional music started playing and the girls started making their way up the aisle. Katie, looking absolutely positively radiant and stunning, was escorted up the aisle by her very proud dad, Phil. As they made their way up the aisle, Scott setting eyes on his beautiful wife to be, struggled to keep his emotions in check – it was a such beautiful moment. When Katie finally reached Scott they exchanged a kiss and the lovely ceremony began. Before we knew it Katie & Scott were finally married!!

Some group photos were taken, before the the wedding party jumped on golf buggies and made their way around the grounds, for more photographs. Guests adjourned to the Club and onto the Terrace enjoying refreshments and the spectacular view. When it was time, guests were asked to take their seats and we officially welcomed the wedding party. Katie and Scott opted for a FUN entry which included sound drops, comedy, best man Scotty H taking off his shirt (completely spontaneous, although as I learned later in the evening, he did not need much encouragement to do this and in fact took off his shirt a number of times throughout the celebration) and  Katie being carried in by Scott ‘piggy back’ style to the cheers and applause of their family and friends. A brief welcome and thank you by Scott and everybody was then served a lovely entrée.

After the entrée, Katie & Scott cut their awesome wedding cake – if you are wondering the significance of the cake, both are into motocross and dirt bike racing. Then continuing the fun, we had a little activity to see how well Katie and Scott knew each other. Asking a series of pointed questions like.”Who is the better kisser?”, whilst they sat back to back holding their own shoe in one hand and the other’s shoe in the other hand. They each simply raised the appropriate shoe to indicate their answer. This proved to be highly enjoyable to all the guests with some hilarious combinations of shoes.

Guests then enjoyed a delicious main meal before it was time for the speeches. First up was Katie’s dad Phil, then Scott’s mum, Maureen and finally best man, Scotty H. All made lovely speeches congratulating the newly weds, recounting some humourous stories, thanked all those involved in the organisation of the celebration and wished Katie and Scott much happiness. This was followed by Dessert.

It was now time for their first dance as husband an wife. On a dance floor surrounded by their family and friends, Katie and Scott danced to “Kiss Me” by Sixpence None The Richer. This was so beautiful with both totally in the moment and so content, Katie with her so beautiful smile and Scott once again trying to hold back his emotions. Mid way through the dance “our special surprise” resulted in many happy tears throughout the room. Scott held Katie closer and Katie held Scott closer and savoured every second of that special moment. Guests were then invited to join in and party time began! Scotty H took off his shirt a number of times, the brides maids and Katie danced to songs from the hens night and their were lots of smiles on the dance floor.

Before we knew it was time for the bouquet toss, garter toss and father daughter dance. Mid way through the dance Katie indicated to mum, Sally to cut in and it became a mother daughter dance whilst at the same time Scott asked mum, Maureen to dance – lovely and just so nice to see! Everyone was then invited to join Katie and Scott for a farewell dance  before forming a guard of honour and it was time for our new Mr & Mrs Johnson to depart and begin the next chapter of their lives as a married couple.

Katie and Scott, thank you for being the lovely genuine individuals you are. It was such a huge pleasure being a part of your wedding day – I enjoyed every second of it! I loved getting to know you both, I loved seeing how much you adore each other. I loved the personal touches that made your wedding totally you. I loved meeting your family and friends. I loved watching you say ‘I do!’ I loved the connection. I loved the way you smiled at each other. For a hopeless romantic like me, all these things make my heart smile and so very, very happy. Thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of your amazing wedding day as your Sydney Wedding DJ & MC – I will always remember it with much fondness.  May love, laughter and music continue to fill your lives forever!!

Katies dad, Phil

Scott’s mum, Maureen

Best man Scotty H

Scotty H…too sexy for his shirt

Father Daughter Dance, Katie & Phil

Mother Daughter Dance, Katie & Sally

Mother Son dance, Scott & Maureen

Photography and Video by DJ:Plus! Entertainment

Songs selected by Bride and Groom;

Wedding Party Entry: “Thriller” by Michael Jackson

Bride & Groom Entry: “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO

Cake Cutting Song: “Baby, I Love Your Way” by Big Mountain

Bridal Waltz/First Dance: “Kiss Me” by Sixpence None The Richer

Father Daughter / Parent Dance: “A Little Ray Of Sunshine” by Axiom

Bouquet Toss: “Where Them Girls At” by David Guetta Feat. Flo Rida & Nicki Minaj

Garter Toss: “Boys Light Up” by Australian Crawl

Farewell Dance: “Blame It On The Boogie” by The Jacksons

Final Farewell Song: “Closing Time” by Semisonic

Other Wedding Professionals

Photographer: Sue Taylor Photography (formerly Global Sanctuary)

Decorator/Stylist: Decorations By Jelena

Floral Design: Lovely Bridal Blooms

Kombi: Kombi Celebrations

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