Leanna & Lance’s Wedding + Reception / Westminster – Family Farm

Saturday was all about Leanna & Lance as they were married and celebrated with their favorites on Leanna’s Grandfather’s beautiful farm in Westminster, MD. The bride arrived with her Father in his classic car and a gorgeous ceremony followed. Guests made there way to the reception tent just before the skies turned grey and the rain came. Luckily the downpour only lasted about 15 minutes and thanks to a great vendor group and some really nice guests, crisis avoided and the reception kicked off. DJ Frank introduced the Parents of the Bride to Guns N’ Roses “Welcome To The Jungle”, Parents of the Groom to “Celebrate” by Kool & The Gang, the Bridal Party entered to The Black Eyed Peas “I Gotta Feeling” and Mr. & Mrs. Middlekamp came in to “Best Day Of My Life” by American Authors. Leanna & Lance then danced their first dance to “Marry Me” by Train. A blessing and a family style meal came next along with toasts by the Maid of Honor & Best Man. The Bride & her Father danced their dance as the meal wrapped up to “My Little Girl” by Tim McGraw and then Lance and his Mother took the dance floor for their dance to “Rascal Flatts “My Wish”. The party really got started after that with Calvin Harris’s “Feel So Close” and then songs by Flo Rida, The Chainsmokers, V.I.C., John Denver, Hank Williams Jr. and many more kept the outdoor dance floor jumping. The newlyweds cut the cake to DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean”, Leanna tossed her bouquet to “Single Ladies” by Beyonce then Lance removed and tossed his wife’s garter. The skies cleared and the weather was perfect for the rest of the evening and a final dance to Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up And Dance” brought everyone to the dance floor one last time. A sparkler send off topped off an amazing, fun filled party for Leanna & Lance. We thank them and our fellow vendors; Celebrating Love by Marcie, Stacey Bowen Floral Design, Karen Ranier Photography and DJ’s Catering for a wonderful night!

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