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For years, BVTLive! has had the pleasure of working alongside Tim Sudall of Allure Films at many weddings and social events. Having the privilege to work with someone as passionate about filmmaking as Tim has been a real treat. We wanted to share his expertise and knowledge with our clients. Read on for some insight into our friend, Tim Sudall, and the benefits of choosing a professional to film one of the most important days of your life—your wedding day! Tim fell in love with filmmaking at a young age. Fascinated by films as he learned more about this medium in high school, Tim knew he had to delve farther into the filmmaking industry. He did just that. Tim has been a filmmaker for over 20 years and simply loves what he does and it shows in his work! Tim shared in his interview that the most rewarding part of...
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Over the past week, I had the honor of performing with Jellyroll for two very inspiring people, Adam Taliaferro and Kevin Reilly. Adam is the founder of the Adam Taliaferro Foundation; and Kevin is a Comcast Sports broadcaster and motivational speaker. Both Adam and Kevin had great football careers cut short at young ages, in the prime of their careers. Adam suffered a paralyzing injury while playing for Penn State, and Kevin lost an arm to cancer during his NFL career, where he played for our Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. Adam was told he would never walk again after his injury. He didn't hear that, and went on to lead the Penn State Nittany Lion football team onto the field less than a year later, first walking, then jogging, in front of over 100,000 fans. After Kevin's diagnosis with a rare cancer ended his football career, he underwent...
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Did you know that BVTLive! offers a variety of options for Specialty Acts? Ranging from small jazz ensembles, DJs, to acoustic performers, BVTLive! presents just about any ensemble you can imagine. We continually strive to create a unique entertainment experience, customized to your vision and budget. BVTLive! Specialty Acts create a terrific atmosphere for any country club, corporate, or family event, as well as galas and mitzvahs. One of our highlights this winter was on Valentine’s Day, when we had multiple acts performing at numerous country clubs, including Philadelphia Country Club, Radley Run Country Club, St. David's Golf Club, and more.  Below we have highlighted some of our Specialty Act's events throughout the first quarter of 2015. Bill Handy, one BVTLive’s very own, is a solo pianist with years of experience, and has notably played at The Union League, the Academy of Music, and the Kimmel Center. Recently, he has also...
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Staying current is one of the most important aspects of the wedding industry. Each year we see clients suggesting ideas for photos based on what they see on social media. For many, this is a great way to start a conversation with their photographer, so that the couple can show a photographer a vision of what the wedding will be. As a photographer who has been in the industry for many years, I see two sides to the "Pinterest wedding." Although Pinterest is a great tool for ideas, recently I have also seen it being overused. My suggestion to couples is to not overdue their wedding with so many borrowed ideas that the wedding turns out feeling like a Pinterest page of its own. Another area to be cautious about is finding an abundance of photo ideas so as not to enjoy the natural poses that can come up during the...
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With all of the amazing options in wedding entertainment, seeing bands perform live has become part of a couple’s wedding planning experience. Most bands and entertainment companies offer you the opportunity to see live performances, typically in a showcase setting. It is not unusual for a couple to see up to 5 bands perform in a single evening. As fun as this is, it can be overwhelming. So, I thought I would offer some things for a couple to consider. What you see is what you get Be sure that the band you are seeing is the band you will actually get if you hire them. Here are some questions and considerations: Is this the exact group of musicians I can expect at my wedding if I hire this band? Make sure that the musicians in each particular band are dedicated to the success of the band in which they are...
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