The most important factor in determining your budget is the selection of your guests. The amount of guests you have your wedding will narrow down your available venue choices, the overall cost of food, the total price of the bar tab, and can positively or negatively...
Now, as a client of Eric Herod Entertainment, whenever you refer someone to use Eric Herod Entertainment and they book…we’re going to give you a gift. Through our referral program, and because we LOVE you and working with people like you, we want to give...
This #weddingwednesday we are sharing the story of Quinton and Togi Barela who wed on February 14, 1954.😍👇🏻 "The Barelas urge all couples to 'come to their senses.' But for them the advice isn't what it seems at face value. Quinton and Togi, who were married in Hawaii on Valentine's Day, find it odd that many men and women don't use all their senses in their married life. 'You don't necessarily need to hear words to understand what your spouse is thinking or feeling.' Quinton says. 'In fact, you shouldn't rely just on words.' The Barelas have become experts in picking up on non verbal cues--a knowing smile, a downcast face, a sluggish gait, a sense of tension or apprehension in the room. A clinging hug that says 'I really need your support and love right now!' A slight quake in one's voice, a cue that says 'I'm trying to hold it together, but I'm hurt and scared.' Quinton and Togi know that when it comes to understanding your spouse and responding to his or her needs, whats not said is more significant than what IS said. And, similarly, sometimes the context of a sentence or two outshines the words. 'Words are fine,' Togi says, 'but when you are truly tuned int your partner, you'll find that quite often you don't even need words to understand each other.'" - An expert from the book A Love That Lasts: Inspiring Insights From Couples Married 50 Years And Beyond By Todd Hafer
We will be featured alongside Ava Laurenne Bride, Luminuss Productions, and other great vendors at the upcoming open house at Fauquier Springs Country Club. Tell your friends, anyone recently engaged or anyone who you know about to be engaged. 😁😁
Our own DJ Eric Herod does his mixing thing Live on B101.5's Saturday Night Dance Party with Bill Carroll on B101.5. He’ll be mixing around 10:30pm. Thank you to the Legend and brother Bill Carroll for hosting such a great platform for DJs to shine.
WBQB is an Adult Contemporary radio station covering the region from D.C. to Richmond. B101.5 has been providing entertainment and information to the entire Northern VA region since 1960 as WFVA FM then becoming WBQB in 1989.
BIG Weekend for Eric Herod Entertainment. We have 1) Nicole Williams DJing and MCing at John and Michelle's Wedding Reception Friday, 2) DJ Eric Herod live at Fats Warrenton, 3) Sergio MonDragon DJing and MCing at Jordan and Kaela's Wedding Saturday night, 3) DJ Eric Herod mixing it up on Club B101.5's Saturday Night Dance Party on the airwaves. Then, Eric celebrates his birthday Monday!! So much going on!"