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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Molly & Brad got married yesterday at Stone Ridge Hollow in Forest Hill, MD. For their ceremony they selected Jack Johnson's "Constellations" for the seating of their Mothers, "Free Fallin" by Midtown Stories for the Groom and his Groomsmen's entrance, "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri for the Bridesmaids, "The One" by Kodaline for the processional, and "Eight Days a Week" by the Beatles as the recessional. Cocktail hour took place in the lower part of Stone Ridge's barn and was followed by formal introductions into the reception. DJ Frank Marsden made the introductions while playing "Rollercoaster" by Bleachers. The newlyweds danced their first dance together as a married couple to Jim Croce's "Time in a Bottle" prior to a blessing by the Father of the Bride and a buffet line meal. Toasts by the Maid of Honor and Best Man preceded a Mother/Son dance to "Into the Mystic" by Van Morrison and a Father/Daughter dance to [...]
Sunday afternoon was a celebration of Elaine & Patrick at the Vandiver Inn located in Havre de Grace, MD. The festivities began at 1:30 PM with a ceremony in the Inn's temperature controlled outdoor pavilion. Prelude music was played live provided by a bag pipe player, the Bridal party walked down the aisle to "Hard to Concentrate" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Bride chose "Red is the Rose" by the High Kings for her processional. After being presented as Husband & Wife, Elaine & Patrick recessed to live music played on the bag pipe. Cocktails were enjoyed by all inside the Mansion House while the ceremony space was turned into a reception space. After everyone found their table and seats, the Bride & Groom were formally introduced into the reception and they danced to Flogging Molly's "If I every leave this World Alive". There were toasts by parents of the newlyweds, and a blessing [...]
As the Wedding Season slows down and the Holiday Season begins, we have begun to reflect back on a wonderful year working with some amazing couples. Yesterday's Bride & Groom, Mary Rose & David were one of the sweetest! La Banque de Fleuve in Havre de Grace, MD is such a unique venue, founded in 1883 and renovated in 2008, it was the perfect setting for last night's celebration. The ceremony featured a processional for the Bride to "Someone's Waiting For You" by Shelby Flint and a recessional for the newlyweds to "At Last" by Etta James. Guests had already been seated for the ceremony so all they had to do was wait for a moment before the brunch stations opened. After the meal, a toast was made by one of the Bride's sons, Mary Rose & David danced their first dance together as husband & wife to "What I Really Want To Say" by Steven Curtis [...]
We spent Saturday at the Barn at Grimmel Farms in Jarretsville for Emily & Joey's big day. Their outdoor ceremony took place at 4:30 pm just behind the barn and featured assorted soundtracks to some of the Bride & Groom's favorite movies for the prelude, and live music for the ceremony. Following their formal presentation as husband and wife, Emily & Joey lead their families and friends to the barn for their reception. After guests enjoyed cocktails and appetizers, the Bridal Party made their grand entrance in style, replicating a wedding scene from the show The Office with Chris Brown's "Forever" as their music. Emily & Joey then danced their first dance together as Mr. & Mrs. Landgraf to "Annie's Song" by John Denver. A blessing and toasts were made before a buffet line meal was enjoyed by all. Following dinner, Emily and her Father danced to "What A Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong, Joey and his [...]
Friday night in Forest Hill, MD, Colleen & Alex became a Mr. & Mrs.! Their 4 pm ceremony inside Stone Ridge Hollow's barn was beautiful. It featured a processional to "Bloom" by the Paper Kites and a recessional to "Never Had Nobody Like You" by M. Ward & Zooey Deschanel. The lower portion of the barn at Stone Ridge features an amazing bar and that's where everyone hung out and enjoyed cocktails while the ceremony space was transformed into a reception area. After cocktail hour, everyone returned upstairs for the remainder of the reception. Parents of the Bride & Groom were introduced in to "You Are The Best Thing" by Ray LaMontage, Bridal Party members to "Treasure" by Bruno Mars and finally the Bride & Groom made their grand entrance while "Baby I Love" by the Ramones was played. Colleen & Alex shared their first dance together as husband and wife to "Harvest Moon" by Neil Young [...]
Rockfield Manor in Bel Air, MD has become one our favorite venues and last night's celebration was a great one! Saturday night belonged to Christina & James as they said "I do" and partied with all their favorite people. Their ceremony was held outside as the sun was setting and it was spectacular. The Bridal Party and Christina entered the ceremony to a string quartet version of the Foo Fighter's "Everlong" and after a kiss and a formal presentation, the new Mr. & Mrs. McCormack receded to "You're My Best Friend" by Queen. Cocktails and appetizers were enjoyed before everyone found their seats for the introductions into the reception. Parents walked in to "I Got You (I Feel Good) by James Brown, Bridal Party members made their way in to various songs selected by the newlyweds and then the Bride & Groom made their grand entrance to "Kiss" by Prince and then danced their first official dance [...]