Last night at the American Visionary Art Museum in downtown Baltimore City, Kerri & Matt celebrated their marriage with an excellent party! The reception followed a church ceremony in Kingsville. Cocktails and appetizers were enjoyed by all before DJ Frank introduced the Bridal Party. Parents walked in to Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours”, Bridesmaids & Groomsmen to “Give Me Everything” by Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack, Nayer then Mr. & Mrs. Murphy came in to “Right Above It” by Lil Wayne feat. Drake. Their first dance followed and was to “Wanna Be That Song” by Brett Eldridge. Toasts by the Matron of Honor and Matt’s Brother and Best Man, Peter followed. Rouge Fine Catering knocked it out the park with an amazing stations dinner. An unexpected, but fun dance set came next, pushing the cake cutting and parents dances back a bit as guests were ready to party. DJ Frank wished the Bride’s Grandmother, Lucille a happy 91st birthday before the newlyweds cut their cake to “Ho Hey” by the Lumineers. Kerri and her Father then danced to Rod Stewart’s “Forever Young” and Matt and his Mom danced to “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts. The rest of the night flew by and the dance floor was always packed with folks dancing to songs by Bryan Adams, Fat Joe, The Beatles, Nelly, Bruno Mars, The Contours, John Denver and many more. Just before heading out for their after party, Mr. & Mrs. Murphy were joined by all the guests for one last song; “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond. We loved working with Kerri & Matt to create their vision and we’re pretty sure their vision came true! Congrats to the new Mr. & Mrs. Murphy!
The last weekend of the Summer of 2017 wrapped up with Selena & Tim’s big day at Steppingstone Farm Museum located in the Susquehanna State Park in Havre de Grace, MD. Their day began with a ceremony that overlooked a beautiful meadow. A processional to Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” started the ceremony then officiant Simmone Marsden lead Selena & Tim through their vows before a recessional to “For Once In My Life” by Stevie Wonder. Guests were invited to make their way to Steppingstone’s outdoor pavilion for cocktails and dinner next. DJ Frank formally introduced the Bridal Party and the newlyweds in to the reception while playing “That’s What’s Up” by Edward Sharped & The Magnificent Zeroes. Two amazing toasts by the Best Man & Maid Of Honor preceded a buffet meal provided by Richlin Catering. The new Mr. & Mrs. Goff danced their first dance after dinner to a version of “Georgia On My Mind” by Michael Buble. A Father/Daughter dance was next as Selena and her Dad danced to Heartland’s “I Loved Her First” then Tim and his Mother danced to Frank Sinatra’s “Young At Heart”. Cupcakes for dessert and dancing followed as songs by the Grateful Dead, Chuck Berry, The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, Damian Marley, Otis Redding and more were requested and played. Selena tossed her bouquet to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” and Tim removed and tossed his wife’s garter while “Foxy Lady” by Jimi Hendrix was played. The Goffs wedding day ended with all couples joining them in a dance to The Beatles “Til There Was You”. Tim & Selena and their families and friends were so much fun to entertain! We wish them so much love and happiness and look forward to spending time with our new friends in the future.
Last night was such a fun party! Stacey & Justin’s wedding celebration at Water’s Edge Event Center in Belcamp, MD was one to remember. The evening began with a ceremony overlooking the Bush River with Officiant Natalie Taylor of Weddings Quick and Sweet taking the helm. A recessional to Sam Hunt’s “Body Like A Back Road” led into a cocktail hour with guests enjoying drinks and appetizers outside during the last Saturday of the Summer. Once everyone found their seats inside the ballroom, DJ Frank introduced the Bridal Party and then the new Mr. & Mrs. Hamilton came in to “I Do” by Young Jeezy (feat. Jay Z & Andre 3000). Stacey & Justin then danced their first dance to “In Case You Didn’t Know” by Brett Young. A blessing by Justin’s Grandfather (Pop) and toasts by the Matron Of Honor (Stacey’s Sister) and both Best Men all took place before guests enjoyed salads and a delicious served meal. As dinner began to wrap up, the Bride and her Father danced to Sam Cooke’s “Nothing Can Change This Love” and then Justin and his Mother danced to Eric Church’s “Like Jesus Does”. ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” opened up the dancing portion of the night and guests were quick to fill the dance floor. DJ Frank received a slew of requests ranging from songs by Aretha Franklin, Bob Seger and The Beatles to Mase, Notorious B.I.G., Nelly, Drake and many more. There were cupcakes provided by Flavor Cupcakery for guests to enjoy, but no other formal events, just a super fun dance party! Before heading out to Bush Mill Tavern for their after party, the last song of the night became three last songs as this crowd didn’t want the celebration to end. Officially, Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer” was to be the last song, but Drake’s “One Dance” actually closed it all out. We loved working with Stacey & Justin to create their vision and we couldn’t have done it without the help of the wonderful team at Water’s Edge and the ladies from Anna Schmidt Photography.
Friday evening at Pond View Farm in White Hall, MD, Brittany & Eric became Mr. & Mrs. Lynerd! They were married by officiant Cheryl L. Kilduff underneath the trees that overlook the Farm’s pond. A cocktail hour under the pavilion followed and preceded introductions by DJ Frank of the Bridal Party and the newlyweds. Parents were introduced in to “On Top Of The World” by Imagine Dragons, the Bridal Party to “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz and Mr. & Mrs. Lynerd came in to Chris Brown’s “Forever”. They danced their first dance right away to “From The Ground Up” by Dan + Shay and then Brittany’s Matron of Honor and Eric’s Best Man/Brother both offered a toast to the happy couple. A wonderful buffet meal provided by the Pond View Pit Crew was followed by Brittany and her Father dancing to Heartland’s “I Loved Her First” and then Eric and his Mother danced to “A Song For My Son” by Mikki Veiereck. A cake cutting happened just before the party kicked off with guests asking for songs by Fifth Harmony, Justin Timberlake, Big & Rich, Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Flo Rida and many more. Brittany tossed her bouquet to the single ladies as DJ Frank played “Where Them Girls At” by David Guetta and then Eric removed and tossed his wife’s garter to Flo Rida’s “Right Round”. The celebration continued on throughout the night and just before their sparkler send off, the Bride & Groom joined the remaining couples for one last dance to “Wanted” by Hunter Hayes. Last night’s good vibes were made possible by Mr. & Mrs. Lynerd and fellow vendors: Nicole Shantz Photography, 8 Media Group and the Pond View Pit Crew. Congratulations to an adorable couple!
Emily & John are now Mr. & Mrs. Machovec! This happened yesterday evening and the celebration that followed was at Liberty Mountain Resort/Boulder Ridge Lodge in Carrol Valley, PA. Folks enjoyed cocktails and appetizers as they arrived and then DJ Frank introduced the Bridal Party in to the Lodge’s Ballroom to the theme from “Jurassic Park” by John Williams and Mr. & Mrs. Machovec to the theme from “Game Of Thrones” by Ramin Djawadi. Their first dance took place after introductions and their song was “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds. A welcome by Emily’s Father, toasts by the Matron of Honor and Best Man and a blessing preceded salads and a served meal. A cake cutting to “Heaven” by Bryan Adams wrapped up dinner and was followed by Emily and her Father’s dance to Heartland’s “I Loved Her First”. John and his Mother danced to “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King, the single ladies joined the Bride on the dance floor for the bouquet toss and then the newlyweds came together for an apron dance to Jackie Wilson’s “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher” and “You Make My Dreams Come True” by Hall & Oates. A mix of sing a long hits, a bunch of fun 80’s tunes and a few classic love songs for some slow dancing kept the Lodge’s dance floor filled. Requests for songs by artists such as Huey Lewis & The News, Michael Jackson, Natalie Imbruglia, House Of Pain, The Righteous Brothers, Bon Jovi and many more helped DJ Frank create a live party mix to remember! The Machovec’s celebration wrapped up with “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey and a sparkler send off to “Born To Run” by Bruce Springsteen. It was a wonderful, magical evening and quite the party. Congratulations Emily & John!
Street, MD in Northern Harford County is home to rolling hills, farmlands and Falling Branch Brewery, Harford County’s first farm brewery. It has been a part of the Galbreath family for nearly a century. This wonderful venue was the choice of Tracy & Jason for their wedding and celebration last night. The evening started with an outdoor ceremony that ended with a recessional to “Jessica” by The Allman Brothers Band. Cocktails inside the Brewery’s Barn and outside on their patio/beer garden area followed. DJ Frank introduced the newlyweds in to the reception for their first “performance” as Husband & Wife. Yes, not a first dance, but a live instrumental performance of an Avenged Sevenfold song. An amazing buffet meal provided by the nice folks from Mission BBQ came next. Tracy & Jason respectfully asked DJ Frank not to play any Top 40 tunes or any of the usual wedding selections. Instead, they preferred classic rock and roll music from artists such as Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, John Mellencamp, Queen, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, Billy Joel and more. A cake cutting to Johnny Flynn’s “Detectorists” was really the only time we paused the dancing and a last song; “Kissed Me I’m #!@*faced” by Dropkick Murphy’s wrapped up a wonderful celebration. We made some new friends in Mr. & Mrs. Wettig and we appreciate them having us as their entertainment. It was great to work with Photographer Janet Fulcher, Flavor Cupcakery, Mission BBQ and the Falling Branch Brewery Staff. The entire day was held together wonderfully by Jenn with Moore & Co. Event Stylists and we thank her for her professionalism. Great couple, venue and vendor team = a magical evening for Tracy & Jason!
Yesterday afternoon at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Karen & Bryon became Mr. & Mrs. Stepp! Their wedding and reception in the Zoo’s Mansion House was a beautiful thing. Reverend Simmone Marsden led them through their vows while the Antares Musicians provided the ceremony music. An hour of cocktails and appetizers followed as two of the Zoo’s animal ambassadors stopped by; a penguin and a kookaburra. DJ Frank introduced the Bridal Party to “Celebration” by Kool & The Gang before the Bride thanked everyone and a wonderful meal put together by Zeffert and Gold Catering and Event Planning was served. Karen & Bryon danced their first dance as a married couple to “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Frankie Valli and were joined halfway by all couples. For a small, intimate group of around 50, they filled the dance floor and made the reception a real party! Songs by Kenny Loggins, Bill Haley & His Comets, Elvis Presley, The Foundations, Chuck Berry and more rocked the party. Karen & Bryon cut their cake to UB40’s “I Got You Babe” and wrapped up their big day with a final dance to Roxy Music’s “Avalon”. Thanks to a great vendor team; Zeffert & Gold Catering, The Maryland Zoo Staff, Herman’s Bakery, Antares Musicians, Little House of Flowers and Bayline Studios and congratulations to the new Mr. & Mrs. Stepp!
The weather was perfect, the setting was classy yet relaxed and you could feel the love! Last night at Grey Rock Mansion in Catonsville, Kaelyn & Kristofer sealed it with kiss as they were married outside in the Mansion’s courtyard and then partied with their families and friends afterward. The celebration began with a processional to Chris Brown’s “Forever” and continued inside the Mansion during cocktail hour. The newlyweds were introduced in to the ballroom by DJ Frank and danced to “Tenerife” by Ed Sheeran for their first dance as Mr. & Mrs. Wilson. Toasts by Kris’s Best Man and Kaelyn’s Sisters preceded a wonderful meal set up in various stations throughout the venue by the nice folks with Simply Elegant Catering. This kept people up and moving and set the tone for a really fun and upbeat dinner service with music that reflected that vibe. The Bride surprised her Mother with a dance to The Eagles “Hotel California” and that was followed by Kris and his Mother’s dance to Rod Stewart’s version of “Have I Told You Lately”. Guests then joined Kaelyn & Kris as they cut the cake to Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake” and then the celebration really began. The dance floor was full, animated and fun the entire evening and our good friend James Berglie of Be Photography was there to capture it all. DJ Frank spun requests for songs by Drake, Fetty Wap, ABBA, Bruno Mars, Kevin Lyttle, Sia and more. The newlyweds and many of their closest friends are all graduates of West Virginia University so naturally John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads” needed to be played and leading in to the last song was just about the perfect time as everyone circled around the Bride & Groom, singing along to the country classic. Before heading out for their after party, Mr. & Mrs. Wilson and the remaining guests danced to “Until The Sunrise” by Timeflies. So much love and such a great party! We were honored to have been asked to play for Kaelyn & Kris’s big day and we wish them all the best!
Last night was one of our favorite weddings of the year! Alaina & John became the new Mr. & Mrs. Miller under a great giant oak tree on their family farm in White Hall, MD. It was a beautiful evening for them, their friends and families to celebrate love. After the recessional to Jon Pardi’s “Head Over Boots”, guests enjoyed cocktails and appetizers while Rebecca and her team from Rebecca Theresa Photography captured photos of the Bride & Groom and their families. DJ Frank invited guests to find their seats shortly after and then introduced Grandparents and Parents in to the reception area to Kool & The Gang’s “Celebration”, the Bridal Party in to “Eye Of The Tiger” by Survivor and the newlyweds in to Van Halen’s “Jump. Alaina & John danced their first married dance to “When You Say Nothing At All” by Alison Krauss before toasts by the Maid of Honor & Best Man, Alaina’s Sister and John’s Brother. A blessing by John’s Father preceded and delicious buffet meal provided by Beefalow Bob Catering. Towards the end of dinner, the Bride & her Father danced to “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts and then she joined her Husband and all married couples for an anniversary dance to Alan Jackson’s “Remember When” and Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love”. Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” opened up the dancing and was followed by songs by Wild Cherry, The Hollies, John Denver, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, House Of Pain, Missy Elliot and many more. The Millers cut their cake as “Johnny B. Goode” by Chuck Berry was playing and then the party continued and was so good it was extended by a half hour! As we closed out an awesome night, DJ Frank played Semisonic’s “Closing Time”, thanked the crowed for staying late and congratulated Alaina & John. Thanks to coordinator Brittany Logue, the crew from Beefalow Bob Catering, Rebecca Theresa Photography and To Tony Productions for being such wonderful vendors to work with and to Mr. & Mrs. Miller for loving each other and sharing their big day with us!
Saturday at Irish Eyes Restaurant & Pub in Lewes, DE, Jocelyn & Bob said “I do” in front of their families and friends. Their ceremony was full of love and laughter as Men in Black Officiants led them through their vows and announced them as husband and wife. Cocktails inside and out were next and then an introduction of the newlyweds into their first dance; Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me To The Moon” followed. Everyone enjoyed a buffet meal before the celebration really started with a big set of 80’s music that got guests out of their seats dancing and singing along. DJ Frank received and played requests for artists such as The Black Eyed Peas, Cupid, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Sia, Queen, AC/DC and more. Jocelyn & Bob cut their cake to The Beatles “When I’m Sixty-Four”, but other then that the afternoon/evening was simply a celebration of love, family and friendship. The Groom’s sense of humor was well known, appreciated and needed as he dedicated Sir Mix A Lot’s “Baby Got Back” to his beautiful wife just before the reception ended! Michael Buble’s version of “Save The Last Dance For Me” and The Grateful Dead’s cover of “Good Lovin'” rounded out the night musically. Thanks to the friendly staff at Irish Eyes Restaurant & Pub and to the newlyweds for their easy going, fun filled approach. We congratulate Mr. & Mrs. Lowe and wish them a lifetime of love and great tunes!