Airwaves was lucky enough to be featured in Adore Magazine’s 2015 article of real wedding winners. It showcased a 2014 wedding that Airwaves DJ John Bird got to be a part of. Both Cedar Creek Winery and The Hotel Eldorado played host for the ceremony and reception of Kaitlyn and Sean’s wedding. It was amazing to be featured alongside so many talented vendors that we have the pleasure of working with on numerous occasions throughout the busy summer season. Adore described the picturesque wedding as “an evening filled with the love of family and friends” while “the DJ kept everyone on the dance floor till the wee hours”. Stunning photographs from the event taken by Tara Peach Photography were also featured in the article. Kaitlyn and Sean had been high school sweet hearts since 2007 and decided that in 2014 it was time to tie the knot.
Their colour palette consisted of blush pinks and greys while their décor contained some more masculine features and original ideas to showcase their personality; this included a cigar bar and family member’s love stories. A sign greeted guests as they entered the wedding that read “Welcome to our Love Story”, and as the article in Adore describes, Kaitlyn and Sean’s wedding truly was a picturesque fairy tale. We could not have been happier that Airwaves Music was featured as part of Adore magazine’s 2014 Real Wedding winner.
About Airwaves Music:
Our company, Airwaves Music has been around for 8 years and is Canada’s only national DJ brand. We have been featured in a national publication, various wedding magazines (including Adore Okanagan Wedding & Lifestyle Magazine) and many more. We are a member of EO (Entrepreneur’s Organization) and we sit on the board of the International Special Events Society.
We book over 60 DJs and hundreds of weddings a year in 12 cities. Our website averages thousands of unique hits every month and our blog page is there to help provide helpful tips and advice for anyone planning a wedding or needing a DJ. We are a fast growing company and continue to grow even more in the future.