NJ Wedding Planning at Addison Park in Aberdeen, NJ

If you plan to get married in New Jersey in 2010 or 2011 I hope you were at The Addison Park Bridal Show on January 13th. The show was packed and absolutely exciting. We here at Enchanted Celebrations attend a lot of NJ wedding shows and this one has officially made out top 10 list of awesome shows. At the show we were able to display information on DJ entertainment, photojournalistic photography, and remarkable video. Besides displaying our main services, we also showed off our ambient lighting and projected monograms. Most, if not all of the wedding vendors who displayed at that show were from North Jersey or Staten Island; this was great for us because we were the only destination wedding DJ, Photographer, and Videography company who had pictures from Jersey Shore Weddings.

A huge benefit of choosing Enchanted Celebrations for your NJ wedding is that you are getting a truly diverse company. Our staff shoots all over NJ and can easily adapt to conditions of a beach ceremony in the afternoon and then a banquet hall with strict rules for photographers (and there are a ton in NJ) in the evening. It’s good to see that we are a well-rounded wedding company who not only puts special interest on the team environment of your event but also is seasoned enough to take all of the challenges of the day head on!

If you are planning a wedding in LBI, Cape May, Princeton, New Brunswick, or anywhere in between make sure you look for a company that can do it all. With Enchanted Celebrations, we can do it all and have done it before!

For more information or help planning your NJ wedding, please call Alex today to set-up a free no obligation in-home consultation at 609-618-7302 or visit our website at: www.enchantedcelebrations.com.

Helpful Links:
Our Wedding Photography Portfolio: http://www.enchantedcelebrations.com/photo.htm
Meet Our Wedding DJs: http://www.enchantedcelebrations.com/meetdj.htm
Wedding Reception Lighting Portfolio: http://www.enchantedcelebrations.com/lighting.htm