Thank you for your interest in Friendly Entertainment. We are an award winning professional DJ/MC service that is owned and operated by Frank & Simmone Marsden. We will work with you directly from our first conversation, through your last dance. We offer quality service with a personal touch to create the perfect soundtrack for your event. You can trust that we will provide the appropriate mix of music based on your preferences and also handle all of your important announcements. You will enjoy working with us because we make it easy, fun, and totally stress-free. We look forward to making your event an amazing celebration!
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So we started the weekend off at Rockfield Manor in Bel Air, MD with a celebration for Raquel & Tyler. The two love birds tied the knot with Officiant Sandra Lynch inside Rockfield's cute little barn in front of about 50 family members and friends. After reading their vows to each other, a kiss, and a formal introduction, the Bride & Groom recessed to "You Are The Best Thing" by Ray LaMontage. Everyone made their way up to the Mansion house after that for cocktail hour, introductions, dinner, and a party. Formal introductions into the reception featured Bridal Party members entering to various songs selected by the Bride & Groom and a grand entrance by the new Mr. & Mrs. Wilkinson to "Better Than This" by Reagan Jones. They danced their first dance after that to Ingrid Michaelson's "The Way I Am" and had DJ Frank Marsden invite all couples to join them. Parents dances were next [...]
Saturday afternoon at the Vandiver Inn located in Havre de Grace, MD, Lisa & Josh said "I do", kissed, and became husband & wife! One of our favorite officiants, Natalie Tyler of Weddings Quick and Sweet walked the happy couple through their vows in front of about 90 guests at the Vandiver's outdoor ceremony space before everyone moved to the Mansion House for cocktails. After some drinks and socializing, the Vandiver Staff invited Lisa & Josh's families and friends out to the Inn's outdoor, climate controlled pavilion for the reception. DJ Frank Marsden formally introduced parents into the reception while playing "Beautiful Day" by U2, the Bridal Party to "Best Day of My Life" by American Authors, and "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars for Mr. & Mrs. Nolen. After they were intruded, Lisa & Josh danced their first dance to "Tennessee Whiskey" by Chris Stapleton and then the Groom's friend, David had everyone raise [...]
Sunday afternoon at Pond View Farm in White Hall, MD, Jessica & Jakob got married! The day started at 4 pm with an outdoor ceremony that featured classical selections and a recessional to Jackie Wilson's "(You're Love Keeps Lifting) Higher Me Higher". Everyone moved to the Farm's pavilion for cocktails while the Bridal Party had pictures taken before being invited to find their tables and seats inside the Farm's Barn for the reception. DJ Frank Marsden introduced Parents of the newlyweds while playing "All You Need Is Love" by the Beatles, Bridal Party members to Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)", and the new Mr. & Mrs. Klaus were formally introduced as a married couple to Frank Sinatra's "Fly Me To The Moon". They had a first dance to "L-O-V-E" by Nat King Cole, toasts were made by Jessica's Father, the Matron of Honor, and Best Man and then everyone enjoyed a buffet meal made with [...]
Saturday afternoon in what the locals call "J'ville" aka Jarretsville, MD, at Grimmel Farms, Emily & Travis became the "new" Mrs. & Mr. Huber. A 4 pm outdoor ceremony began with grandparents and parents walking down the aisle to "Love Does" by Brandon Heath. The Groom, his Groomsmen, and Reverend Richard Harding walked to Charlie Daniel's Band "Simple Man". Melissa's Bridesmaids and her Matron of Honor were next and they entered the ceremony to "Speechless" by Dan + Shay, and then the Bride along with her Grandfather walked down to "This Is It" by Scotty McCreery. Rev. Harding married the happy couple, they kissed, they were presented, and then had a recessional to "Forever and Ever Amen" by Randy Travis. Everyone regrouped inside the Grimmel Farm Barn/reception space for cocktails for about an hour and then the Bridal Party and Mr. & Mrs. Huber were formally introduced into the reception. After DJ Frank Marsden introduced all of [...]
We love September weddings and last night's celebration was no exception. Emily & Marlon became Mr. & Mrs. Usher with a ceremony and reception at the beautiful Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air, MD. Reverend Laura Cannon of Ceremony Officiants married Emily & Marlon as family members and guests joined them on the back lawn of the Mansion House. Following a kiss and a formal presentation, everyone enjoyed cocktail hour inside and outside of the Mansion while the Bridal Party had photos taken. Later on, DJ Frank Marsden invited everyone inside for the newlyweds first dance as Emily & Marlon selected "Tangled Up In You" by Staind. After that, folks moved out to the back patio to find their seats for formal introductions of the Bridal Party. "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire was played while Parents, Bridal Party members, and Mr. & Mrs. Usher were introduced to their seats. They and everyone else then enjoyed an amazing served [...]
Labor Day, best day for Kristen & Jonathan! These two love birds said "I do" to each other, kissed, and sealed the deal during their ceremony at the Antrim 1844 yesterday in Taneytown, MD. The Antrim's formal garden was the perfect setting for the beginning of a great day. Cocktails were enjoyed inside and outside following the ceremony and soon after, guests were invited into the Antrim's glass-enclosed pavilion for the dinner and the reception. DJ Frank Marsden formally introduced the Bridal Party in while playing "Crazy In Love" by Beyonce & Jay-Z then played "From The Ground Up" covered by Caleb & Kelsey for the Bride & Groom's first dance. A welcome by the Groom's Father preceded salads, a served meal and toasts by the Matron's of Honor and Best Men. After one of the Best Men's toast, Jonathan's Brother, Josh invited everyone into the dance floor area where he performed a selection on his piano [...]