Jennifer & Zach’s Wedding + Reception / Water’s Edge Event Center

Jennifer & Zach got married last night at Water’s Edge Event Center and it was wonderful! There ceremony was held outside along the water and officiated by the Bride’s Great Uncle. Cocktail hour followed the ceremony as family and friends enjoyed good eats, adult libations and music by the Zach Brown Band, Michael Jackson, Paul Simon, Marvin Gaye and more. DJ Frank formally introduced the Parents of the Bride & Groom, the Bridal Party and Mr. & Mrs. Stakowiak into the ballroom as he played Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling”. All guests were then invited to circle the dance floor as Jennifer & Zach danced to “Grow Old” by Florida Georgia Line for their first dance as a married couple. The Bride’s parents welcomed everyone and then the Maid of Honor and Best Man both offered toasts to the Bride & Groom. A fabulous served meal was next, the cake was cut and then Jennifer and her Father danced to Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl” and Zach and his Mother danced to “There Goes My Life” by Kenny Chesney. DJ Frank enjoyed working with the great staff at Water’s Edge, Matt from Editing Life Videography, Photographer Marlayna Demond of Marlayna Photography and he enjoyed a cupcake provided by our friends from Flavor Cupcakery! Last night’s celebration featured a 10 minute apron dance of non-stop polka hits! Jennifer & Zach both danced and enjoyed a family tradition with their loved ones. Jennifer also tossed her bouquet to the ladies as Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” was played. This small, but really fun crowed danced the night away to requests by Bruno Mars, Wild Cherry, Chris Brown, Bryan Adams, Kenny Loggins, Neil Diamond and many more. The beginning of the weekend ended just before midnight with all couples joining the Stakowiaks for one last dance to “I Got Away With You” by Luke Combs. A sparkler sendoff for the newlyweds capped off a near perfect evening. Congrats to the new Mr. & Mrs. Stakowiak!

 

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