A wedding. Â One of the most overrated parties to attend.
Besides the fact that there’s usually Open Bar (and I say “usually” because sometimes there’s not an Open Bar. Â In which case you and your cheap fiance should postpone the wedding another year, each get a second job, and then save up enough money so that you can have Open Bar at your wedding. Â A “Cash Bar” at a wedding is inexcusable. Â I’d rather see the bride give birth while walking down the isle, than hear the bartender at the reception say “that will be five dollars please.”
At my wedding there’s gonna be a barn involved, a BBQ, Open Bar, a bunch of perfectly rolled joints, some cocaine meticulously laid out on a Tiffany’s Governor cut corner tray (mind you, I’ve never done coke a day in my life. Â But from what I gather, it’s really fun to have at a party). Â And I will probably end up DJing my own wedding. Â I’m that much of a control freak. Â And good music at a wedding is absolutely crucial. Â It’s the 2nd most important thing. Â The most important thing being (I just told you a minute ago).
Another really important thing for a wedding is a great photographer.
I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard of the local artist named Tomas Malave? Â If not, you should meet him. Â Friendly, impossibly sexy, and one of the greatest photographers I know (alongside Pete Corcoran and Mary Spinelli).
Tomas is recently back in the Albany, NY area on summer break from the Rhode Island School of Design, and he is currently available (until September 10th) to photograph your wedding. (or special event, or commercial event, or whatever event you need a kick ass photographer for.)
So if you are in the market for said photographer, you should email him. Â His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and his name is Tomas Malave.
Or call Pete, he’s great, too :) Â ThePeteMonster@gmail.com
p.s. Â If you need a DJ for your wedding, I will do it for $5,000 cash. Â No less. Â But the music will be perfection. Â And I get to dip into the Open Bar a little. Â A lot, actually. Â but I refuse to play “Shout“. Â or “Brick House“. Â I really hate those songs.