My experience with Prestige Weddings has been absolutely deplorable. Mickey and Nick (the owner and manager) are con artists and liars. They tell you that they are going to give you the world to book you, and after they get your money they treat you like garbage.
I got married in June 2011. I used Prestige for limos, photography, and dj services. I wish I never had. Leo did a good job with being a DJ but his services were not worth dealing with the stress I have endured because of this company.
I paid for my services completely in July 2011. That is almost a year ago. I just received SOME of my wedding albums last night (4/8,2012, 11 months after my wedding) . Mickey (the manager) told my husband and I that we did not pay for any other wedding albums. She went as far as to show us a falsified contract. I have the original (I never through contracts out). She argued with my husband and I telling us that the company didn't owe us anything. Finally, when I got agitated, she produced the real contract and said she would speak to the owner about whether or not she should give us the album we paid for.
So as of now, I am short a wedding album I paid for. I have waited a month short of a year for my albums, and if they decide to give me this one, I have to wait another 4 to six months for it to be ready.
Before this experience, I paid for my wedding package monthly (on time.) Mickey sent me harassing emails about sending money in for payments. She even sent a letter via us mail threatening to hold and/or dump my photos when they were ready.) (I have all the emails and the letter) She charged me several monthly late fees. As I stated previously, I have never made a late payment to them. When I yelled at Mickey, she reversed the late fee charges. She said the emails and letters were computer generated and go out automatically. They harassed me and treated me horribly.
Dealing with this company is like dealing with the mafia. The only difference is that the mafia would never house their business in a small, tacky office in the basement of a building just to have a Broadway address.
Do yourself a favor and find a better company. After I finish suing them, they might not even exist.