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5 Tips for Picking the Best DJ at Your Wedding 5 Tips for Choosing a DJ at Your Wedding All across the globe there are several great DJ's in all sorts of price ranges. As a wedding blogger I get to meet and interact with several of them. From what I see brides often think that most DJ's are simply dudes with an iPhone that's connected to a set of speakers but being a wedding DJ is not everyone's cup of tea. It takes a number of personal qualities and character traits that many people just…

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Do an anniversary first dance - all married couples report to the dance floor, the DJ calls out years of marriage. "Typically you start out with being married for 30 minutes (the bride and groom) and work your way up in years," Do one big father-daughter dance And/or mother son dance. "Let the couple dance for the first minute or so, then have the DJ ask the guests if there are any other fathers and daughters (or sons and mothers) who would like to join the couple on the dance floor.

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$285.00 Strictly Fetish! This beauty brings to mind a French Cabaret during the war. It is definitely what they had in mind when the song was written "You can't bring the boy back to the farm after he has seen Paris". Extra steel boning, beautiful leather and garters to die for make this one a must.

A sleeve garter is a garter worn on the sleeve of a shirt. It came into wide use in the latter half of the 19th century when men's ready made shirts came in a single (extra long) sleeve length. Sleeve garters allowed men to customize sleeve lengths and keep their cuffs from becoming soiled while working. FD1A2-Elissa Rachel.Task1

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