Danielle & Maxson’s Wedding + Reception / La Banque de Fleuve’s Seaplane Base

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Danielle & Maxson’s Wedding + Reception / La Banque de Fleuve’s Seaplane Base

Yesterday was a beautiful Fall day in Havre de Grace, MD. La Banque de Fleuve, a romantic waterfront venue located along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay was the site for Danielle & Maxson’s big day. The afternoon began at 3 pm with a ceremony led by officiant Simmone Marsden and capped off with a recessional to “Can’t Stop The Feeling” by Justin Timberlake. After enjoying cocktails and appetizers, guests were treated to a formal introduction of the Bridal Party as they entered to “Star Wars – The Imperial March” by John Williams and then Mr. & Mrs. Miller made their grand entrance to “Star Wars – Main Theme” also by John Williams. After the grandest of entrances, the newlyweds danced their first dance as the Millers to Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love”. DJ Frank Marsden invited everyone to follow the Bride & Groom into the venue’s event tent before turning the microphone over to the Bride’s Parents and members of the Bridal Party for toasts. There was a blessing and a buffet meal prior to the Father/Daughter dance; “All My Love” by Led Zeppelin, Maxson’s dance with his Stepmother to a version of “Simple Man” by Shinedown, and Maxson’s dance with his Mother to Modest Mouse’s “Paper Thin Walls”. The Miller’s cut their cake before guests and all married couples were invited outside to the venue’s concrete patio for an anniversary dance┬áto songs by Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, and Louis Armstrong. There was a cake cutting, but that was it for the formal events as the rest of the night was a dance party celebration both inside the tent and outside on the patio. The songs that really got everyone jamming were by artists such as; Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls, V.I.C., Grand Funk Railroad, Steve Earle, Cali Swag District, and more. The day’s festivities concluded with a glow stick send off and the sounds of “December, 1963 (Oh What A Night!)” by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. We thank the La Banque de Fleuve staff, the ladies with Jenna McDonnell Photography, and Kara & Marta of Affairs Extraordinaire by Marta for being part of a great team last night. Thanks, congratulations, and love to Danielle & Maxson Miller.

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