Wedding at The Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees, NJ

You can't help if it rains on your wedding day but you can prepare to deal with it -- especially if you're having an outdoor ceremony. The Mansion on Main Street in Voorhees, NJ has the perfect solution for couples who want the charm of outdoors without the hassle. Their all-glass ceremony space is the perfect alternative that keeps guests comfortable and safe from the rain.

Samantha and Jack chose The Mansion on Main Street for their summer wedding, with Hurricane Productions for their entertainment. Douglas Photographics shot and captured all the beautiful moments from the day, from bridal preparations until the last dance.

Hurricane Productions provided classic entertainment for the couple. Entertainers Vincent Velasquez and Strato Doumanis, owners of Hurricane Productions, led guests through music and dancing all evening. Rain did not deter anyone from celebrating Samantha and Jack's union.

Uplighting gave the ballroom a pop of color, setting the atmosphere for the evening. Twin totem intelligent lights spotted the couple during introductions, the first dance, parent dances and toasts. Hurricane Productions' own lighting technician operated all lighting equipment to ensure proper electrical usage and appropriate lighting at all times.

Hurricane Productions also provided sound and music for the ceremony and cocktail hour.

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Photo Credit: Douglas Photographics

Rutgers Gardens weddings welcome same-sex couples

Only a short distance from the hustle and bustle of Rutgers' New Brunswick campus, the Rutgers Gardens is a series of mesmerizing gardens that host wedding ceremonies and receptions between March and October. Partnered with Twin Oaks Catering, Rutgers Gardens weddings are completed with dynamic entertainment from Hurricane Productions.

Hurricane Productions orchestrated a beautiful ceremony with a fun-filled reception for same-sex couple Christina and Shanna. The couple chose Rutgers Gardens for the beautiful, intimate location and trusted Hurricane Productions to have family and friends dancing the whole night.

Christina and Shanna picked the Art Rudolph Sun and Shade Garden for their ceremony, and celebrated afterwards under the newly built Lillian Koelsch Pavilion. 

Hurricane Productions provided entertainment, lighting design and photography for Christina and Shanna. Entertainment services included intelligent lighting, uplighting and a custom-made "Name in Lights" gobo.

Wedding host Vincent Velasquez guided family and friends through the evening's ceremonies, along with musical stylings provided by DJ Andrew Schittone.

Hurricane's professional photographer David Costantini added his own playful spin in capturing all of the day's important moments.

Guests took full advantage of Hurricane's Instagram photo booth. Rather than line up and wait to use props with a backdrop, guests took pictures whenever, where ever and were able to have a copy printed instantly for them to take home.

Over 200 photos were tagged using a unique hashtag specifically designed for the couple throughout the day. Unlimited prints were framed for guests, and a stack of photos was for Christina and Shanna to take home.

To find out more information on Hurricane Productions’ wedding entertainment, photography and video services, visit the website or call 888.393.7066.

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