Andie & Tyler’s Wedding + Reception / Vandiver Inn

Last night at the Vandiver Inn located in Havre de Grace, MD, Andie & Tyler became Mr. & Mrs. Montier! Their ceremony took place in the Inn’s covered/heated pavilion with Officiant Rev. Mary Powers leading Andie & Tyler through their vows. Ceremony music featured The Piano Guys “A Thousand Years”, “Sleeping At Last” by Turning Page and a recessional to “Midnight City” by M83.

Everyone then followed the Bride & Groom inside into the Vandiver’s Mansion House for drinks and appetizers. Later on, DJ Frank Marsden gathered up the Bridal Party and introduced them back in to the pavilion for the reception. Parents were introduced while “Swing, Swing, Swing (with a swing)” by The Swingfield Big Band played, the Bridal Party to “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” by Fergie and finally Mr. & Mrs. Montier where introduced and went into their first dance; “You Are The Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne.

A wonderful buffet meal was next and the party followed! It was such a fun group to play for as they asked for songs by The Jackson 5, Kenny Loggins, Miley Cyrus, Prince, The Buggles and many more. Just before cutting their cake, Andie & Tyler’s Maid Of Honor and Best Man offered a toast to them.

As the Bride & Groom cut their cake, DJ Frank played “L-O-V-E” by Nat King Cole and then opened up the dance floor for everyone again with The Beatles “Twist & Shout”.

Before heading to the Laurrapin Grille Restaurant for their after party, everyone danced to the last dance of the night; “Forever” by Chris Brown. We loved being back at the Vandiver working with Theresa and her staff. It was a pleasure to work with Rev. Mary Powers again, meeting and working with Photographer Mary Bell of Mary Bell Photos and sampling the amazing cake from Desserts by Rita! Andie & Tyler are a lovely couple, sweet, genuine and very much in love. We wish them a lifetime of all good things!

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