I've known JJ as a staple in Toronto's restaurant scene for years -- so it's fitting his wedding would take place on a Monday: industry night.
This past December, family and friends gathered at The Burroughes, a gorgeous space at Queen & Bathurst. The venue was given a lot of great decorative touches to create a warm, intimate space. We also provided some soft LED uplighting throughout the room.
I had no doubt the food would be on point -- with food stations provided by the wildly popular Thai restaurant Pai Toronto.
With bellies full and the drinks flowing, guests were ready to get down! The music was a mix of Top 40, 90's hip-hop and dancehall. There was also a call for some throwback 90's rock and we wrapped up the night with a little Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam.
Here's what JJ had to say after the dust cleared and the party was over:
"DJ Rich Sweet was one of the best choices I made for my wedding. Not only did he raise the roof with jaw dropping beats, but he also played for the crowd. It seemed like he knew just the right song to play for each moment. Our dance floor was constantly jumping and all my guests and family and friends couldn't stop talking about how amazing he was. . I would recommend this guy to anyone having a wedding. Thanks again Rich."
Planning: Lexington & Co
Photos: Mango Studios
To find out more about Rich Sweet visit www.djrichsweet.com