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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We congratulate the new Mr. & Mrs. Cox aka Tracy & Connor! They had their biggest day ever yesterday at the Vandiver Inn in Havre de Grace, MD. It all started at 3:30 with an outdoor ceremony that featured "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" by the Mamas & Papas for the Bride's processional, vows, a kiss, and a recessional to "Come Go With Me" by the Beach Boys. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres were enjoyed following the ceremony inside the Mansion House and on its front porch. Later on, after guests had found their way to the Inn's year-round outdoor pavilion, DJ Frank Marsden made formal introductions of the Bridal Party. Parents were introduced while "Sexyback" by Justin Timberlake was played, Bridal Party members entered to "24 Magic" by Bruno Mars, and Mr. & Mrs. Cox entered to Credence Clearwater Revival's "Hey Tonight". Tracy & Connor then danced their first dance to "Can't Help Falling In Love" [...]
Last night at the historic Belvedere Hotel in downtown Baltimore, Katie & Owen celebrated their wedding with a beautiful reception and party. Cocktails were enjoyed in the John Eager Howard Room as guests arrived. Shortly after, everyone moved across the Hotel's lobby to the Charles Room for the remainder of the evening. DJ Frank Marsden introduced the Bridal Party into the reception while playing "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire and then played the first dance song for Mr. & Mrs. McEvoy, Frank Sinatra's "All The Way". He invited all couples to join the newlyweds for their dance before the Father/Daughter dance to "It Won't Be Like This For Long" by Darius Rucker and then asked all fathers and their daughters to join in. Owen and his Mother selected "God Only Knows" by the Beach Boys for their dance and were joined by all mothers and sons on the dance floor. A welcome by Katie's Father and [...]
Becca & Pete are husband & wife! Their wedding yesterday at French Creek Golf Club in Elveson, PA was such a wonderful celebration of love, family, and friendship. The day began with an outdoor ceremony that featured selections from the Vitamin String Quartet. After a kiss and a recessional, guests enjoyed cocktails and hor'deavres outside and inside the Club's Terrace Room. Later on, DJ Frank Marsden invited guests to find their seats inside the ballroom and then introduced the Bridal Party in to Daft Punk's "One More Time" and Mr. & Mrs. Mancuso in to "Sweet Lovin'" by Sigala. They danced their first dance to "Better Together" by Jack Johnson and then the Bride and her Dad danced to "Butterfly Kisses" by Bob Carlisle and Pete and his Mom danced to "My Wish" by Rascal Flatts. Becca's Father, her Matron of Honor, and Pete's Best Men all took turns raising a glass and making a toast to [...]
Friday night at the Seaplane Base of La Banque de Fleuve in Havre de Grace, MD, Lisa & Kevin said "I do". The ceremony began with the Groom, his officiant, and his son (Best Man) making their way to La Banque via boat and entering in to Bob Marley's "One Love". The ladies, all daughters of the Bride & Groom entered the ceremony to Martina McBride's "In My Daughter's Eyes" and then one of them picked up a ukulele and played a version of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" as the processional for the Bride. Their were some happy tears, some laughs, and a kiss that were all followed by a recessional to "Love Someone" by Brett Eldredge. Cocktail hour took place next and guests enjoyed beautiful weather, a panoramic view of the Chesapeake Bay, drinks and appetizers. After photos, the Bridal Party was formally introduced and they made their grand entrance down the outdoor [...]
We love a good barn wedding and Saturday's celebration of Amber & Todd was amazing! The Vineyard of Mary's Meadows in Darlington, MD hosted the celebration that started with a ceremony behind the Vineyard's barn. First the Groom, his Groomsmen, Parents, and the Bridesmaids walked down the aisle to the Vitamin String Quartet's version of "This Photograph Is Proof (I Know You Know)". Amber followed them with a processional to "Marry Me" by Train. After repeating their vows and sealing them with a kiss, "Kiss Me" by Sixpence Non The Richer was played for their recessional. Cocktail hour took place in the lower level of the barn after the ceremony. Later on, everyone moved upstairs for the remainder of the reception. DJ Frank Marsden formally introduced Parents and Bridal Party members in to various songs selected by the Bride & Groom and then introduced for the first time, Mr. & Mrs. Bakalyar in to "Something Just Like [...]
Saturday night at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Jennifer & James tied the knot! Their ceremony began at 5:30 PM and was held outside at "The Point" overlooking Baltimore's Inner Harbor. James and his Groomsmen processed to Vitamin String Quartet's version of "Don't Stop Believing", family and Bridesmaids to "Your Song" also performed by Vitamin String Quartet and then Jen and her Father walked down the aisle to a version of Canon in D. The ceremony ended with a kiss and a recessional to Bon Jovi's "Livin' On A Prayer". Cocktails and appetizers where enjoyed outside following the ceremony before DJ Frank Marsden and coordinator Erin Powell with 1423 Events invited guests to find their seats inside the Museum. Jennifer & James where formally introduced in to Natalie Cole's "This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)" and then danced their first dance as a married couple to "Faithfully" by Journey. A welcome by the Father of the Bride, [...]