Do you want your wedding to be unique and personal…NOT the same old, run-of-the-mill, “cookie-cutter” wedding?
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Our number one priority is to make your wedding experience one that is elegant and classy, traditional yet unique, and most importantly as stress-free as possible. When making the decision on who to trust with “The Most Important Day of Your Life” please consider the following statistics from a recent survey taken of brides after their weddings:
*These statistics were published in St. Louis Bride & Groom Magazine. Sources include: Simmons; USA Today; National Bridal Service; The Knot; and Brides Magazine.
Nearly all brides believe that entertainment is the determining factor in the success of their event. While you can always find a “good price,” the more important question should be, what is the “value” that you will receive? Remember, you only have one chance to do it right.
Don’t forget to ask the Entertainers you interview the following questions:
You may find out that with just a "good price" entertainer, it may be the worst money you ever save.
Because Y? Entertainment is a full-service company we typically invest 20 to 25 hours into your wedding verses the "4 to 6 hours" listed on your contract. Consultations, music research, preparation, set-up and tear-down, travel to and from the event, education and other business related endeavors add up to the overall success of your wedding day. Our attention to detail, exceptional service and solid reputation have consistently exceeded brides’, wedding coordinators’, and event planners’ expectations.
Each one of our clients is provided an “online wedding planner”. This planner is vital to the success of your wedding. It is broken down into several sections that, when filled out completely, will provide your entertainer with all the necessary information to execute an event that will have you and your guests saying, “Is it already over?...I don’t want it to be over!” instead of “When will this ever be over?”