Heather & Tommy’s Wedding + Reception / Pond Veiw Farm

Despite the weather, Heather & Tommy’s wedding + reception at Pond View Farm in Whitehall, MD went off without a hitch and was both beautiful and fun! Their ceremony took place underneath the newly renovated pavilion with the Bride proceeding down the aisle to Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” and a recessional with her husband to Josh Turner’s “Would You Go With Me”. Following the ceremony, Heather & Tommy joined Photographer Leah Adkins with Leah Adkins Photography for a photo shoot while family and friends enjoyed drinks and appetizers. DJ Frank Marsden invited everyone into Pond View’s stunning barn to find their table and seats before formally introducing the Bridal Party. Parents were walked in to “I Don’t Need Your Rocking Chair” by George Jones, Bridesmaids, and Groomsmen to Hank Williams, Jr.’s “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight”, and Heather & Tommy were introduced in while DJ Frank played “White Lightning” by George Jones. Their first dance happened just after intros and was to “Soulmate” by Josh Turner. A blessing by Bishop Bill preceded a yummy buffet meal put together by Pond View’s Pit Crew. As the last table made their way through the buffet, Heather & her Father danced to “Just Fishin'” by Trace Adkins followed by Tommy & Mom’s dance to “A Mother’s Song” by T Carter Music. The remainder of the evening was about celebrating with folks dancing to songs by artists such as; The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Nelly, Kenny Loggins, Modern English and many more. Heather tossed her bouquet to “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” by Shania Twain, then Tommy removed her garter while ZZ Top’s “Legs” was played. Friday’s wedding wrapped up with all guests joining Mr. & Mrs. Lough for a final dance to “Waitin’ On A Woman” by Brad Paisley. The start of a big weekend was so much fun and we thank our friends at Pond View, Photographer Leah Adkins, and Heather & Tommy for that.

 

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