Anna & Brian’s Wedding + Reception / Rockfield Manor

//Anna & Brian’s Wedding + Reception / Rockfield Manor

Anna & Brian’s Wedding + Reception / Rockfield Manor

By |2018-08-28T09:17:13+00:00August 19th, 2018|Maryland Wedding DJ|0 Comments

Anna & Brian said “I do”! Yesterday at Rockfield Manor in Bel Air, MD, they were married by Officiant Simmone Marsden in the garden area of the Manor’s beautiful outdoor surroundings. Highlights from the ceremony included Anna’s processional; a gorgeous cover of the Keane song: “Somewhere Only We Know” performed by Lily Allen and Brian’s surprise, impromptu wedding vows. Following the ceremony, DJ Frank Marsden invited everyone up to the Manor house patio and inside for an hour of cocktails and appetizers. Later on, after guests and family members found their seats, the Bride’s Parents presented a bread and salt welcome greeting ceremony, one of the oldest Russian traditions. Anna & Brian then danced their first dance as a married couple to Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me”. All couples were invited to join them before toasts by the Best Man and Anna’s Father, and a delicious served meal from Pairings Bistro. Near the end of the dinner hour, Anna and her Father and Brian and his Mother shared a dance to Carole King’s “Child Of Mine”. The rest of the night was so much fun with guests dancing and singing along to songs by artists such as Sublime, Wu-Tang Clan, The Beatles, ABBA, Limp Bizkit, and some great Russian music. There was a quick break from the dance floor for dessert as Anna & Brian cut their cake to Toto’s “Africa”. Before heading out for some after wedding festivities, the Bride & Groom and some of their favorite people jammed to Rusted Root’s “Send Me On My Way”. Yesterday was wonderful and and honor to be a part of. We thank Anna & Brian and their splendid team of vendors; the Rockfield Manor staff, the Pairings Bistro crew, Officiant Simmone Marsden, and Ann’s Garden.

 

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