Historic Taneytown, MD is nestled at the foot of the breathtaking Catoctin Mountains in Carrol County. The Antrim 1844 is a beautiful, historic venue located in town and that’s were Erika & Mike decided to celebrate their marriage. Last night they enjoyed cocktails inside the Inn’s Pickwick Pub and outside in the formal gardens. After that, DJ Frank introduced the bridal party and the Bride & Groom into the Antrim’s enclosed pavilion. The bridal party was introduced to “Lucky Chops” by Coco and Mr. & Mrs. Reusing made their grand entrance to “Never Come Down” by Brave Shores. A first dance to Louis Armstrong’s “La Vie En Rose” followed introductions and then a welcome/toast by the Father of The Bride led into at delicious served meal. Erika’s Maid of Honor and Mike’s Best Man both made a toast to the Bride & Groom before parents dances opened up the party. Mike and his Mother started things off dancing to Rascal Flatt’s “My Wish” and then Erika and her Father danced to Paul Simon’s “Father And Daughter” mixed into “Little Bitty Pretty One” by Thurston Harris. All guests were invited to join in at that point and the party never stopped. We had requests for songs by Pitbull, Walk The Moon, LMFAO, Whitney Houston, Spice Girls, Miley Cyrus and more. Steppenwolf’s “Magic Carpet Ride” was a hit with the Groom and his fraternity brothers and an apron dance brought all couples out to join the newlyweds. No formal cake cutting, bouquet toss/removal or any of the usual for this fun couple, just a celebration. The evening ended with John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads” before guests headed over to the Inn’s pub for after party libations. We thank the Antrim’s friendly staff for all their help, the awesome husband/wife duo from Jason Putsche Photography for the recommendation and for being great to work with and of course thanks and congratulations to the Reusings for having us!