Yesterday at Rockfield Manor in Bel Air, two old friends became husband and wife. Jamie & John are now Mr. & Mrs. Dymond and we couldn’t be happier for them! Their ceremony and reception were beautiful. As the Bride walked down the aisle with her son, the song “Little Wing” by Jimi Hendrix was performed live by Sherrie Robbins. After declaring their love for each other and exchanging vows, the newlyweds walked back down the aisle together as “Beautiful World” by JJ Grey & Mofro was played by DJ Frank Marsden. Guests then enjoyed cocktails and appetizers prior to formal introductions. The Bridal Party danced their way in to the reception to the Grateful Dead’s “Shakedown Street” and then Jamie & John danced to “Into The Mystic” by Van Morrison for their first dance as a married couple. A heart felt blessing by the Maid of Honor, Crystal and one of the finest toasts we’ve ever heard by one of the Bridesmaids, Simmone that incorporated songs titles from Jamie’s favorite band, the Grateful Dead and John’s favorite, the Zac Brown Band preceded a buffet meal provided by Dean and Brown Catering. As the last table of guests made their way back from the buffet, the Bride and her 10 year old son, Gavin along with the Groom and his Mother danced to “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong. A cake cutting to the Del McCoury Band’s version of “When I’m Sixty-Four” and a bouquet toss to “Single Ladies” by Beyonce took place throughout the evening, but for the most part the rest of it was just a fun filled, relaxed celebration. Songs by the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Andy Grammer, the Beastie Boys, Rusted Root, Bruno Mars, Robert Palmer and many more filled the air. The Dymond’s big day wrapped up with couples joining them for one last dance to “Free” by Zac Brown Band. Thanks to the friendly staff from Dean and Brown Catering and to our new friends, photographers Michael & Anastasia. The newlyweds, Jamie & John are good friends of ours and we thank them for allowing us to be a part of their festivities. We love and congratulate them and wish them a life time of all good things!