CALLING ALL SoCal BRIDES!! Or at least the ones without a dress yet!

1 03 2012

This is an event you can’t miss out on! 60% – 80% off a designer wedding dress! But its by invitation only so make sure you reserve your showing and please don’t forget to tell them 


CALLING ALL SoCal BRIDES!! Or at least the ones without a dress yet!

1 03 2012

This is an event you can’t miss out on! 60% – 80% off 

Season Is Almost Here!

27 02 2012

The busiest time of the year for California weddings is just around the corner and we are gearing up for a busy one this year. That doesn’t mean that the less popular months are any less fun! This year the winter weddings were blessed with gorgeous weather and they were so excited and we were just as excited for them! Congratulations to our winter couples so far Mr & Mrs Jacobellis, Mr & Mrs Wallingford, Mr & Mrs Compton, Mr & Mrs Wassef and Mr & Mrs Esparza.

So since the real “Wedding Season” is almost here we have decided to provide you with this check list counting down to your big day! Thank you again for helping us become the top entertainment choice in the Southern California region!

Wedding Checklist

First thing’s first. Now that you’re engaged, you’ll want to start sharing the wonderful news (via phone, a letter on formal stationary, or possibly a Facebook post and a stylish e-card through Pingg—so many options)! And once you’ve spread the word, you’re going to have to start answering one of the great FAQs of wedding planning: “When’s the date?!” To ensure you remain cool, calm and collected when that inevitable round of questioning begins, we’ve created our failsafe Wedding Checklist. This organizational tool will keep you on track and make sure little details don’t slip through the cracks, no matter how big or small your guest list is. Think of this checklist as your personal wedding assistant, here to help you and make planning your big day a breeze!

6 or more months ahead

Decide on your wedding style and season: traditional, modern, formal, casual, big, small, fall, spring, etc

Set budget Hire wedding planner, if desired Assemble guest list and addresses Choose wedding date Reserve venues for ceremony and reception Pick bridesmaids and groomsmen Finalize and order dress & accessories

Send save-the-date cards, if using Plan and book honeymoon Book photographer and videographer Book music for ceremony and reception Book florist

Order wedding cake Book caterer Book officiant

4 to 6 months ahead

Order or reserve groom’s garments

Purchase/engrave wedding rings

Order rental furniture tents, heating lamps, lighting, etc

Arrange transportation for wedding party

Choose and purchase invitation stationary, book calligrapher

Register for gifts

Reserve hotel rooms for out of town guests Choose/make favors Select attendants’ wardrobe Purchase special bridal undergarments Arrange lodging/hotel room for wedding night Purchase gifts for attendants

Reserve dance lessons

2 to 4 months ahead

Discuss ceremony with officiant Pick readings for service Write wedding vows Plan menu with caterer

Send out invitations Keep track of arriving gifts and write thank you cards

Reserve rehearsal dinner location and schedule rehearsal

Experiment with makeup and hairstyles

1 to 2 months ahead

Acquire marriage license and certified copies Get blood tests if your state requires them Purchase or design guest book Print programs

Send wedding announcement to local newspaper Prepare documents for name change, if applicable Change address at post office, if applicable

2 weeks ahead                                   

Review RSVPs, begin seating chart and place cards Alert caterer to guest count

Final dress fitting, assemble entire outfit with shoes, jewelry, lingerie and accessories

Address announcements

Write toasts for rehearsal dinner & reception Find house sitter for your honeymoon Break in your wedding shoes

Find out where out-of-towners will be staying so you can deliver welcome baskets to their rooms

1 week ahead                                                           

Finalize details with caterer Confirm final seating plan Assign specific tasks to wedding party, ushers, etc Pick up or have dress delivered

Pack for honeymoon

Print out honeymoon itinerary and emergency contact info, give to family members

Check in with caterer about last minute meal requests or guest list changes

1 day ahead                                   

Arrange for attendant to mail announcements after wedding

Get mani/pedi Write wedding vows Confirm transportation for wedding party and guests

Wedding rehearsal

Rehearsal dinner: thank parents, give gifts to parents and wedding party

Prepare payment for vendors and officiant, arrange for an attendant to issue them out

Your wedding day                                   

Relax, and enjoy yourselves!

Premiere Events Group,

Providing your soundtrack to life

A Brand New Look!

15 02 2012

Well our website just got a gorgeous new makeover! We think it represents us rather well. Please visit our site and if you are planning a wedding reception, well you can also contact us for more information on how you can join our extensive list of satisfied and happy couples! See you at your next event.

Premiere Events Group

Providing the soundtrack to life…

We Just Keep On Getting Better & We Are The Bride’s Choice

23 01 2012

We hate to toot our own horn but at times it is just necessary! We are so pleased to announce our third straight win of the Bride’s Choice Award. Here’s the official press release:

Orange County, CA – January 23, 2012 – WeddingWire, the nation’s leading wedding Marketplace, is excited to announce Premiere Events Group has been selected to receive the prestigious WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards™ 2012 for DJ & Lighting!

The esteemed annual awards program recognizes the top local wedding vendors from the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism within the wedding industry. While many industry awards are selected by the organization, Premiere Events Group was selected based on its stellar reviews from past newlywed clients.

Premiere Events Group is recognized as part of the top five percent of wedding professionals in the WeddingWire local vendor community, comprised of over 200,000 wedding professionals throughout the United States and Canada. The Bride’s Choice Award recognizes  the best local wedding vendors across 20 service categories, from wedding venues to wedding photographers, based on their overall professional achievements throughout the past year.

“WeddingWire is thrilled to honor the success of the top-rated wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Community,” said Timothy Chi, CEO, WeddingWire. “Since the launch of the Bride’s Choice Awards™ program four years ago, thousands of outstanding wedding professionals have been recognized by the bridal community for their supreme service and dedication to the wedding industry. It is with great pleasure that we congratulate Premiere Events Group for their continued professionalism and commitment to enriching the wedding planning experience for engaged couples.”

We are happy to announce that Premiere Events Group is one of the very best DJ & Lighting vendors within the WeddingWire Network, which includes leading wedding planning sites WeddingWire, Project Wedding,, Martha Stewart Weddings, and Weddingbee. We would like to thank our past clients for taking the time to review our business on WeddingWire. Thanks to their positive feedback we were able  to receive the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards™ for 2012.

For more information, please visit our WeddingWire Storefront today at this link.

About WeddingWire, Inc.

WeddingWire™, the nation’s leading marketplace serving the $70 billion wedding industry, is the only online wedding planning resource designed to empower both engaged couples and wedding professionals. For engaged couples, WeddingWire offers the ability to search, compare and book over 200,000 reviewed wedding vendors, from wedding venues to wedding photographers. WeddingWire also offers a comprehensive suite of online planning tools for weddings, including wedding websites and wedding checklists, all at no charge. For wedding professionals, WeddingWire is the only all-in-one marketing platform for businesses online and on-the-go. WeddingWire offers one simple solution to build a professional network, improve search visibility, manage social media and reach mobile consumers. Businesses that advertise with WeddingWire appear on, and other leading sites, including (NYSE: MSO), and

Starting out 2012 with a BANG!

9 01 2012

We want to congratulate our 1st wedding couples of 2012 and thank them for having us there to help in creating lasting lifelong memories for each of them. So here’s our public appreciation to Mr & Mrs Compton who got married at the Wyndham Hotel at South Coast Plaza, Mr & Mrs Wallingford who’s reception was held in Laguna Beach at the sleek Hotel Seven4One and of course Mr & Mrs Jacobellis who’s party was held at the prestigious Four Seasons in West Lake Village. Each event was wonderful and had tons of fun and energy. We want to thank our staff members who helped make these memorable nights a success DJ LUX, DJ Keith Just and DJ Tay (pronounced Tie)!

On another note, the planning season is in full swing so if you haven’t already booked your event date for the year we suggest you get on that task ASAP! Dates and requests are coming in daily and we can only handle a limited number of events with our brand of talent and after those dates are booked than we can only refer you to one of our network friends but you will not be getting Premiere Events Group. Contact us today for a consultation or to reserve your event date.

Here are a few pics from the weekend.

Bringing you the soundtrack to life,


Premiere Events Group

Start off your 2012 with the right frame of mind!

4 01 2012

We want to congratulate our last two couples of the year Mr & Mrs LaMonda and Mr & Mrs Chancer, their events were so fun, high energy and the guests at their wedding receptions were dancing all night long. The Chancer event was held at the Center Club and on NYE, we even had a special count down song that we produced especially for the occasion, this song was also featured on one of the largets DJ record pools in the world and was downloaded by over 500 DJs worldwide in just a few days. The LaMonda wedding took place a Turnip Rose celebrations which is an ex-night club at which DJ LUX was the resident DJ for over two years, it took him back to the late 90’s and early 2000’s and some of the guests that were present were even patrons of the night club while he was resident DJ, apparently DJ LUX wasn’t the only one taking a stroll down memory lane. What an incredible way to end the year out!

We want to publicly thank all the couples who allowed us to be a part of their events in 2011 and to our wonderful event planners whom we’ve been lucky enough to do events with; Uyen of Sassy Girl Weddings, The Hacienda, Nozza Studios, Carpe Diem Events, De-Luxe Events, Kristeen LaBrot Events, TGIS Catering of M.O.L.A.A., Christina Carbonara of Casa Romantica, LeeAnn Jansen Events, Long Beach Recreation Park & Golf. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, we are not who we are with out!

Below is a repost from that I had to share, because it represents our views in general quite perfectly.

12 Things Happy People Do Differently

  1. Express gratitude. – When you appreciate what you have, what you have appreciates in value.  Kinda cool right?  So basically, being grateful for the goodness that is already evident in your life will bring you a deeper sense of happiness.  And that’s without having to go out and buy anything.  It makes sense.  We’re gonna have a hard time ever being happy if we aren’t thankful for what we already have.
  2. Cultivate optimism. – Winners have the ability to manufacture their own optimism.  No matter what the situation, the successful diva is the chick who will always find a way to put an optimistic spin on it.  She knows failure only as an opportunity to grow and learn a new lesson from life.  People who think optimistically see the world as a place packed with endless opportunities, especially in trying times.
  3. Avoid over-thinking and social comparison. – Comparing yourself to someone else can be poisonous.  If we’re somehow ‘better’ than the person that we’re comparing ourselves to, it gives us an unhealthy sense ofsuperiority.  Our ego inflates – KABOOM – our inner Kanye West comes out!  If we’re ‘worse’ than the person that we’re comparing ourselves to, we usually discredit the hard work that we’ve done and dismiss all the progress that we’ve made.  What I’ve found is that the majority of the time this type of social comparison doesn’t stem from a healthy place.  If you feel called to compare yourself to something, compare yourself to an earlier version of yourself.
  4. Practice acts of kindness. – Performing an act of kindness releases serotonin in your brain.  (Serotonin is a substance that has TREMENDOUS health benefits, including making us feel more blissful.)  Selflessly helping someone is a super powerful way to feel good inside.  What’s even cooler about this kindness kick is that not only will you feel better, but so will people watching the act of kindness.  How extraordinary is that?  Bystanders will be blessed with a release of serotonin just by watching what’s going on.  A side note is that the job of most anti-depressants is to release more serotonin.  Move over Pfizer, kindness is kicking ass and taking names.
  5. Nurture social relationships. – The happiest people on the planet are the ones who have deep, meaningful relationships.  Did you know studies show that people’s mortality rates are DOUBLED when they’re lonely?  WHOA!  There’s a warm fuzzy feeling that comes from having an active circle of good friends who you can share your experiences with.  We feel connected and a part of something more meaningful than our lonesome existence.
  6. Develop strategies for coping. – How you respond to the ‘craptastic’ moments is what shapes your character.  Sometimes crap happens – it’s inevitable.  Forrest Gump knows the deal.  It can be hard to come up with creative solutions in the moment when manure is making its way up toward the fan.  It helps to have healthy strategies for coping pre-rehearsed, on-call, and in your arsenal at your disposal.
  7. Learn to forgive. – Harboring feelings of hatred is horrible for your well-being.  You see, your mind doesn’t know the difference between past and present emotion.  When you ‘hate’ someone, and you’re continuously thinking about it, those negative emotions are eating away at your immune system.  You put yourself in a state of suckerism (technical term) and it stays with you throughout your day.
  8. Increase flow experiences. – Flow is a state in which it feels like time stands still.  It’s when you’re so focused on what you’re doing that you become one with the task.  Action and awareness are merged.  You’re not hungry, sleepy, or emotional.  You’re just completely engaged in the activity that you’re doing.  Nothing is distracting you or competing for your focus.
  9. Savor life’s joys. – Deep happiness cannot exist without slowing down to enjoy the joy.  It’s easy in a world of wild stimuli and omnipresent movement to forget to embrace life’s enjoyable experiences.  When we neglect to appreciate, we rob the moment of its magic.  It’s the simple things in life that can be the most rewarding if we remember to fully experience them.
  10. Commit to your goals. – Being wholeheartedly dedicated to doing something comes fully-equipped with an ineffable force.  Magical things start happening when we commit ourselves to doing whatever it takes to get somewhere.  When you’re fully committed to doing something, you have no choice but to do that thing.  Counter-intuitively, having no option – where you can’t change your mind – subconsciously makes humans happier because they know part of their purpose.
  11. Practice spirituality. – When we practice spirituality or religion, we recognize that life is bigger than us.  We surrender the silly idea that we are the mightiest thing ever.  It enables us to connect to the source of all creation and embrace a connectedness with everything that exists.  Some of the most accomplished people I know feel that they’re here doing work they’re “called to do.”
  12. Take care of your body. – Taking care of your body is crucial to being the happiest person you can be.  If you don’t have your physical energy in good shape, then your mental energy (your focus), your emotional energy (your feelings), and your spiritual energy (your purpose) will all be negatively affected.  Did you know that studies conducted on people who were clinically depressed showed that consistent exercise raises happiness levels just as much as Zoloft?  Not only that, but here’s the double whammy… Six months later, the people who participated in exercise were less likely to relapse because they had a higher sense of self-accomplishment and self-worth.

As always have a wonderful year,

Premiere Events Group

Bringing you the soundtrack to life