Brittany & Patrick celebrated their marriage last night with their family and friends at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York, PA. Their ceremony took place in a beautiful spot overlooking the golf course. After a kiss that sealed the deal, guests made their way into the Resort’s Terrace Room for cocktails. We introduced the bridal party in to select songs hand picked by the Bride & Groom and Brittany & Patrick chose Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Fight The Feeling” for their grand entrance theme. Introductions were followed by Brittany & Patrick’s first dance that was sung live by the bride’s brother, Steve Redmer of the band Strait Shooter. He did an amazing version of George Strait’s “I Cross My Heart”. Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl” was selected for the Father/Daughter dance and then Brittany’s brother, Steve sang and played a version of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Simple Man” for the Mother/Son dance. A welcome by the Father of the Bride, a blessing by Brittany’s Uncle and toasts by the Maid of Honor and Best Man lead into dinner. An anniversary dance opened up the dancing portion of the reception and we played Eric Clapton’s “Wonderful Tonight” and Frankie Valli’s “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”. Brittany & Patrick cut the cake, the single ladies fought for the bouquet after Brittany tossed it and then Patrick removed his wife’s garter. There was also plenty of dancing to requests by Usher, Pitbull, Calvin Harris, Haddaway, Old Crow Medicine Show and more. Before heading out for their sparkler send off, the newlyweds grooved with their friends and family to the last song of the night, “The Time (Dirty Bit)” by The Black Eyed Peas. It was a grand party and an excellent way to close out the holiday weekend. Thanks to B&M Digital, Jeff Benzon Photography and Kathy’s Custom PhotoBooth for working with us to make Brittany & Patrick’s wedding day/night just about perfect. Congrats to Mr. & Mrs. Connahan!
Brittany & Patrick’s Wedding + Reception / Heritage Hills Golf Resort
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