I get excited for every one of my Brides and Grooms Weddings. Each Wedding has its own flair and uniqueness that make them personal to that Bride and Groom specifically. I find Multicultural Weddings are typically a little more unique, since the Bride and Groom come from different traditions and bring with them those traditions to create something that is new and fresh together. But I have not previously had the opportunity to perform as Multicultural Wedding DJ at an Indian and French-Canadian Wedding before. It was so much fun!
It was such a pleasure participating in the melding of two very distinctly different cultures for an amazing Multicultural Wedding in Edison, New Jersey at The Mirage.
“At Mirage, your wedding and other social events are carefully created to surpass all expectations, with gracious seating for 450, or cocktails for 750. Savor the best of cocktails and our lip-smacking appetizers in the foyer while you still get to keep the surprise element in the ballroom reserved for a grand entry. International cuisines tempt indulgence with perfect presentations graced by flawless service.”
Although the atmosphere was Indian, I do not want you to get the impression that the French-Canadian culture was not represented throughout the evening. The Bride and Groom hired a translator to share the Indian elements with the French-speaking friends and family, as well as translating the French elements with the Hindi-speaking friends and family. Everyone was included from the Ceremony, the live performances, the dinner, dancing and toasts/speeches.
The Groom Dancing at Fun Rhode Island Multicultural Wedding
The First Dance had that look as if it was straight from a movie scene with the Bride and Groom dressed in amazing colors and textures, happy and smiling.
The dance floor was packed from the minute we were able to play dance music for the Multicultural Wedding Party.
We were able to sneak in a few slow dances along the way to make certain everybody was included in the Multicultural Wedding.
Of course, there was the impromptu Conga Line that filled the whole room of over 350 friends and family. It was quite an exhibition. Nobody was left out regardless of age, race or cultural, just the way a Multicultural Wedding is supposed to be.
What a fun Multicultural Wedding with friends and family coming from India, France, Canada and all over the United States of America to right here for their Rhode Island Wedding!
This was one of those Multicultural Weddings that even the Rhode Island Wedding DJ had trouble staying away from the party on the dance floor.
I am so grateful I get to work with such fabulous Brides and Grooms!