Upshot to cathedral style ceiling in the Cincinnati Renaissance reception hall.

The Set Up

A symmetrical room with your guests surrounding a centrally located dance floor creates a centerpiece and focal point. Your guests will be able to see and hear every memorable moment without feeling like they are miles away from the action. This is called staging, and how it's chosen is very important to how connected your guests will feel during your celebration.

Elegant & Clean Presentation

Equally important to how the room is set up, sound and lighting are also very important to the guest's experience. What I will use at your wedding has a small footprint and I promise there will be nothing unsightly when you walk into your beautiful reception room for the first time. I take pride with placement, so that aesthetically, nothing is compromised.

Speakers will blend into the background and are acoustically matched to guarantee your guests will hear everything being said that evening: from my first words to greet them, to the grand entrance, the toasts, your love story, and finally the dance music that plays, creating a dancing environment that is irresistible to your guests!

If you'd like to take your room visual to the next level, ask me about the full room uplighting option!

"Brian did an amazing job for my daughter's wedding. His attention to detail is just wonderful. He even was there to help during the rehearsal. The Love Story is by far the best part, in my opinion. It's so unique. He kept the party going and we didn't leave the dance floor. Thank you so much Brian, this wedding was the talk of the town."‍
- Mother of the Bride Elizabeth Hodges from the above wedding at Columbus Athenaeum
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