Located right on the beach (even has its own piece of the beach), has beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean. With two ceremony areas, either outdoors on the beach or indoors with a view of the ocean, Chart House offers choices for the bride and groom.
The indoor ceremony room, used during this wedding, was a narrow, long room that has six seats per row (2 x 3 with aisle in between). The ceremony room is adjacent to the reception area, which is the dining room of the restaurant. The reception area, like the ceremony room is covered with windows with beautiful views.
The restaurant was closed for the morning and afternoon, but needed to be vacated for evening dining service.
The White House Event Center is located in Anaheim, California. Do not let the busy streets of Highway 39 deter you from this beautiful venue. Located at the far end of various store fronts, the White House has a room with classic decor and another room with a club atmosphere, separated by a patio area.
For this event, Santa Ana College’s International Student Program held their Annual Spring Ball. For many of the students, it was their first time dressing up and attending a formal dance (as many students come from areas where Proms and formal dances do not exist). It was a lovely evening with dining and dancing to a variety of music.
Services provided: uplighting (interior and exterior), dance lighting, fog effect, gobo, sound and music
Preparing as the sun sets
Front of the white house
Uplighting, dance lighting, fog effect and an energetic crowd changes the feel of the room
Beautiful bouquet center piece; DJ setup in background
DJing for the crowd
Patio columns with uplighting; color was much more defined as the evening grew darker
Santa Ana College logo used in a gobo for easy location of the entrance
Noon Year’s Eve at Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana! Family friendly atmosphere with activities for the kids and sparkling cider for the noontime countdown and toast. Assisted by DJ Heartless during the long day.
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A friend asked my protege and I to help DJ an event. Most of the equipment came from another vendor. A nice day to spend just listening to music. A number of local car enthusiasts spent the day looking at and comparing cars. They also had a few great food trucks; kept me satiated.