the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects.
We've performed at many weddings, and it's always a joyous event; two become one, friends and family have a good time, etc. It's when the friends and family share commonalities and past experiences that step it above the norm. We had the privilege of being a part of one such wedding recently, the bridal party was no-holds-barred, I mean really. Hyped up to Black-eyed Peas 'Let's get it started' they came in with choreography and cartwheels. I'm feeding from the energy in the room, you can hear it in my voice, and then with swiftness T.I. starts with 'Bring Em Out' and in come the newlyweds! Strutting about, absorbing the accolades from the crowd, and then sliding effortlessly into their first dance as a married couple. Pardon the shameless plug, but that's what we call 'Emotion In Motion'. The dance floor was lit all night long, and the guests came to party and move to the music. At 10 pm a break to do a staged exit took everyone outside and it was off the hook! Quite often a staged exit is an opportunity for guests to say goodbyes and then you essentially coast to the end. Not this time, once we turned up the power and brought the beats back up, here they come! The ballers were Jumpin' Jumpin' (see what I did there?). The evening was stellar despite having to shift a few things around, and that's why you hire professionals. Being able to think quickly and improvise so it seems to have been planned that way all along is priceless. In the end the praises were well received, guests left with lasting impressions, and the couple started off their lives together with a bang! This was all possible due to friendships, shared experiences, comradery, a fantastic set of supporting vendors, and of course a really slammin' DJ!
the interaction or cooperation of two or more FAMILIES to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects.