Wedding held in a Museum!? How Cool

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This Past weekend over at the NC Museum of History,  Raleigh, NC was the successful wedding of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Combi (Olga & Steve).  Most Museum’s in Raleigh including the Marbles Museum all close at 5:pm allowing the option to rent out the Museum for an amazing wedding or any type of private event.  What is so cool about the Museum of History is that the windows face the public eye allowing anyone scrolling by can view the dancing celebration from a distance.  Feel The Sound With Music In Motion, Home of The DJ/MC Interactive Showroom an event DJ, wedding DJ, Disc Jockey, Karaoke, Décor LED ambient wall up-lighting, and Photo Booth –  Snap Shot Photo Booth, entertainment company had our very own Bilingual DJ “Jorge” of Music In Motion DJ’s who was behind the turn tables spinning up a hint of Russian music and getting everyone dancing and putting their “Hands Up In The Air”, Thanks DJ Jorge for a job well done!  Funny story is that the Bride read/seen our BLOG/POST that we wrote about on how amazing a Spot Light complimented any type of event (scroll on down) and so she called us to add the Spot Light to her Wedding Reception.  Good Choice Olga because the Spot Light definitely added to perfect pictures for your First Dance!  We’ll be sure to BLOG/POST the Spot Light wedding pictures of the Spot Light in tomorrow’s BLOG/POST.  To view more photos from this successful Wedding Celebration and other recent events, please consider the following resources;

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