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Vendor Spotlight – James Coleman

Vendor Spotlight - James Coleman

Vendor Spotlight – James Coleman We took a few weeks off from doing our Vendor Spotlights, but we’re back at it again and starting things off for the month of August is a company that we have had the pleasure of working with at a few weddings.  Hundreds of people have watched our highlight reels […]

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Vendor Spotlight – Jennifer Costello

Vendor Spotlight - Jennifer Costello

Vendor Spotlight – Jennifer Costello Over the years, wedding traditions have changed quite a bit.  In the old days, it was very common to get married in a church by a priest.  Or if you were not at all religious, you would go to a local court house and have a judge marry you.  But […]

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Vendor Spotlight – Newland Weddings

Vendor Spotlight - Newland Weddings

Here at Kalifornia Entertainment, we absolutely love working with our preferred vendors (click here to see our full list).  We refer them to many different brides and we stand by each one out of mutual respect through out the wedding industry.  We have brought them a lot of extra business, and they have referred us […]

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An Italian Sweet 16 Party

An Italian Sweet 16 Party

It was a fun weekend for Kalifornia Entertainment! We did another Sweet 16 event at the North Greece Firemen’s Field Pavilion for a girl named Julianna. We actually had done a previous Sweet 16 party here not too long ago, and Julianna was in attendance for it. She had told her parents about us, and she wanted us to […]

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Carem’s 10th Birthday Party

Carem's 10th Birthday Party

On Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 we had the pleasure of doing another super amazing kids Birthday party. This time, it was a wrestling themed event with a couple of local well known wrestlers in attendance and lots of championship belts being passed around. The kids had a great time and we had a blast playing […]

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Cyan’s Sweet 16 Birthday Party

Cyan's Sweet 16 Birthday Party

Over the weekend (Saturday, April 9, 2016), we had the honor of being the Rochester DJ and was booked to do an Mtv style Super Sweet 16 party for a girl named Cyan. It was a great time, with a lot of wonderful people and this was a themed costume event, which made it even […]

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Important Things To Consider Prior To Booking A Rochester DJ

Important Things To Consider Prior To Booking A Rochester DJ

Since our beginning over the last few years, we have made our stand as trying to be a top premier DJ entertainment company. We like to think of ourselves as a staple in the industry who can help and guide people in many different ways with the pleasure of serving clients all over Western NY […]

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An Open Letter To The Wedding Industry

An Open Letter To The Wedding Industry

An Open Letter To The Wedding Industry We’re going to take a moment from writing the usual type of blog entries and get real for a moment. We usually write blog entries about what type of DJ you should look for, or different wedding traditions explained or some other type of random entry that gives […]

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Wedding DJs Should Know How To Mix Properly

Wedding DJs Should Know How To Mix Properly

We wanted to take a week off from our “Wedding Traditions Explained” series and touch base on something that we believe a bride and groom should base their decision on when hiring a wedding DJ. There are so many choices when it comes to choosing your wedding DJ. Over the past couple of years, the […]

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Throwing Rice

Throwing Rice

In this week’s blog entry on wedding traditions explained, we dive into the tradition of throwing rice  after a ceremony. Most people of course don’t throw rice anymore, but only because some venues won’t allow it. But those that do, it’s been an on-going ritual for hundreds of years!

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Something Old New Borrowed And Blue

Something Old New Borrowed And Blue

This week, in our wedding traditions explained series, we talk about the age old Something Old New Borrowed And Blue that so many brides go through the trouble of having at their ceremony. A common theme that you’ve no doubt noticed throughout these blog entries is that humans used to be (and still are today) a superstitious bunch. […]

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