"If music be the food of love, play on." - William Shakespeare 

We all know that wedding entertainment can make or break a wedding and so it is absolutely important that you get the music right.
And nothing sets the tempo and the mood at a wedding like the music played. It is sort of like the soundtrack to your wedding and the songs needs to capture the mood and ambience for the day


Selecting the list of songs to be played at your wedding can feel like a daunting task. So we sought the help of DJ Soxxy , a leading DJ in Kenya, to narrow down on the top 5 wedding songs for the month.
1. Charlie Wilson - For Your Love
2. Tarrus Riley - Stay With You
3. Diamond - Number One
4. Pitson - Lingala ya Yesu
5. Happy - Pharrel Williams
Photography By Japheth Kagondu
Posted on Wednesday, 16 April 2014
There is something so delicate, elegant and demure about lace. Whether you have a touch of lace here and there or an all-out lace themed wedding, lace guarantees texture, femininity and romance.
Posted on Wednesday, 09 April 2014
Whenever you are invited to a party in Kenya you can count on one thing; there will be Nyama Choma.  For those not familiar with the Swahili term this is what is also known as rotisserie goat or beef. People drive off the beaten track to far flung places just to get a taste of that sweet, juicy, tender Nyama Choma, so you can tell how serious Kenyans are about it. So why not serve them Nyama Choma at one the most important events of your life; at your wedding!
Posted on Sunday, 16 February 2014
Once you have set your wedding date, the next most important task to check off your list is the wedding venue. That is because most of the other details are hinged on the choice of venue. Think about It; your cake vendor will want to know how far they will have to deliver before they can give a quote and your décor vendor will want to know the layout of the venue before they can envision your setup. So you want to get the venue right. You want your venue to be spacious, secure, and with the recent unpredictable weather patterns, you want one that will ensure not even Mother Nature can rain on your parade (pun intended).   We recently discovered one such venue; a gem hidden in plain sight; The Sarova Stanley hotel.
Posted on Monday, 10 March 2014
The tradition of wearing a white wedding dress originated from the Victorian era, after Queen Victoria wore a white lace dress at her wedding. Since then wedding dresses have traditionally been white or a shade of white. But now some brides are opting to have a bit of colour on their dress or a dress of an entirely different colour!
Posted on Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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