Meet Mr. & Mrs. Tyler and Sarah Atkins!
There are couples and families that stand out in your mind over the years for being the sweetest & kindest people to work for. Entertaining two families and making sure the bride and groom are 110% happy is a sometimes challenging, but these two and their families made our job a dream. We really enjoyed performing for them and their energy all night long showed us that they loved us back. A beautiful bride and handsome groom in an elegant venue made our night a lovely experience.
The Carlisle Room is located in the historic and newly renovated Lone Star Gas building in the heart of downtown Dallas. Twenty foot ceilings, terrazzo floors and marble pillars are just a few of the highlights of this historic 1930’s Art Deco design. The addition of a private bridal and groom’s suite is what it means to have your cake and eat it too.
Photos by Lightly Photography
This year, InVersion Band's cup ranneth over this year with some really great holiday parties. We certainly love these events and love our customers that call on us to entertain their company's personnel. Having a band at your event can make your party a huge success. Choosing the right band is super important. Here are a few things to look for when looking for the right group to entertain your guests. Aside from sounding and looking great, hiring a band that is well funded / well equipped, is key. There are a million things that can go wrong with a band's equipment and personnel during or before a show. Unplanned breakdowns can throw a wet blanket on your party before it even gets started. Make sure your band has backup systems for their mixers and other equipment that can be instantly substituted if something goes wrong. Also, if the band leader / ownership isn't easy to work with and is inflexible during the event, you could have a nightmare on your hands. Hiring amateurs or start up party bands may be a cheaper option. But, even if the band sounds and looks good, if they aren't event veterans that are prepared for the worst scenarios of gear or other unplanned issues, your party could come to a grinding halt in the middle of the fun or never even launch.
Another BIG factor in planning your private party is choosing your venue. MOST hotels and event venues are extremely well run while others are apathetic to your vendor's needs, or have major technical problems like power issues, or broken freight elevators. Making sure your vendors have quick and appropriate access to the loading docks is imperative. If your vendors have to make dozens of trips through long narrow corridors, it could be difficult for your event to start on time. Also, make sure the venue allows your vendors to get there as early as they require (within reason) to navigate any load-in obstacles.
Choosing your planner is extremely important. We can't say enough good things about many good planners we've worked with. This week Steve Kemble with A Dose of Sass won our most fabulous prize. He's organized, easy to work with, and most of all FUN! We have recommendations for venues, planners, catering, etc. Just click here!
With that said, here are few pictures of the venues we played this week! We certainly enjoyed playing for our clients this week and hope they all enjoyed InVersion Band! This week, we were at Le Meridian Stoneleigh, The Fairmont and The Perot Museum.
Kudos to the staff at Le Meridian and The Fairmont for their exceptional service.
What a gorgeous room & the stage was set to party!
Another wonderful private party with InVersion Band!
This was a lovely fundraiser benefiting Allen ISD! InVersion offers special pricing for charity events.
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