Bethany & Daniel’s Wedding + Reception / Coradetti Glass Blowing Studio & Gallery

Everything about last night’s wedding & reception was amazing! Bethany & Daniel became Mr. & Mrs. Cohen and then joined their families and friends for a wonderful celebration. It all happened at the Coradetti Glass Blowing Studio & Gallery nestled in the heart of the historic Clipper Mill in Baltimore. Following the ceremony that included musical selections from the Vitamin String Quartet, the Bride & Groom enjoyed cocktails and appetizers with guests while the ceremony space was transformed into a beautiful reception spot. DJ Frank Marsden gathered the newlyweds and their Bridal Party and formally introduced them in to the reception while playing “More Bounce To The Ounce” by Zapp & Roger for parents, groomsmen and bridesmaids and “I Believe In A Thing Called Love” by The Darkness for Mr. & Mrs. Cohen’s grand entrance. Bethany & Daniel then danced their first dance as a married couple to a version of  “The Way You Look Tonight” performed by Maroon 5. The Bride’s parents welcomed everyone and then the Matron of Honor and Best Man both made a toast to the happy couple. The Pantry Catering provided the meal for the evening and it was wonderful. Following dinner, Bethany and her Father danced to “A Song For My Daughter” by Ray Allaire and Daniel and his Mother danced to Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide“. The Cohens cut their cake while “When I’m Sixty-Four” by The Beatles played in the background and then danced the night away with their guests. Songs by artists such as Marvin Gaye, Missy Elliot, Daddy Yankee, Camila Cabello, Bruno Mars, Cascada and many more were requested and played and kept the dance floor packed throughout the remainder of the reception. Before heading out for an after party, Bethany & Daniel were joined by all couples for one last dance to Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey”. Two thumbs up and high fives to The Pantry Catering Staff for providing such a delicious meal and for being so incredibly friendly and accommodating. Thanks as well to the Coradetti Staff and Samantha Jay Photography. Thanks and congratulations to Bethany & Daniel Cohen for asking us to help them bring their creative vision to life!

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