Jennifer & Elliot’s Wedding + Reception / Mt. Washington Dye House

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Jennifer & Elliot’s Wedding + Reception / Mt. Washington Dye House

By |2018-08-31T14:52:32+00:00January 1st, 2018|Maryland Wedding DJ|0 Comments

We brought in 2018 and celebrated the love and marriage of Jennifer Harding & Elliot Sneeringer last night at the Mt. Washington Dye House situated in the scenic Jones Falls Valley in Baltimore’s Mt. Washington neighborhood. The Dye House is a repurposed 19th- century cotton mill featuring an industrial rustic design in a picturesque setting.

Jennifer & Elliot were married by their friend and groomsman, Joe Ruzzi with music provided by the Antares Musicians. Following the ceremony, everyone joined the Bride & Groom for cocktails and appetizers while the reception space was transformed into a beautiful reception area.

DJ Frank Marsden gathered, lined up and introduced the Bridal Party back in to the reception while playing “Happy” by Pharrell Williams for the Parents, Chris Brown’s “Forever” while the Groomsmen, Bridesmaids and Maid of Honor & Best Man were introduced and for Mr. & Mrs. Sneeringer’s grand entrance, “Best Day Of My Life” by American Authors. Jennifer & Elliot danced their first dance as a married couple to “You & Me” by Dave Matthews Band and then sat for a welcome toast by the Father of the Bride. Copper Kitchen Catering provided a wonderful served meal for everyone while songs by the Avett Brothers, Jason Mraz, Dean Martin, Sugarland and many more played softly in the background.

Toasts by Jennifer’s Maid of Honor and Elliot’s Best Man preceded a cake cutting to “Lucky” by Jason Mraz & Colby Caillat and the opening of the dance floor to “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars.

The party continued until 11:59:50 when DJ Frank started the countdown to the New Year. At the stroke of midnight friends and family danced and sang to a rocking version of “Auld Lang Syne” by Reel Big Fish and continued to sing along to Billy Joel’s “Piano Man”. The last “official” song of the night was “Ho Hey” by the Lumineers, but Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Wagon Wheel” closed it out. Guest were invited to grab sparklers and make their way outside for a grand exit by the Bride & Groom.

Thanks to the wonderful staff at the Mt. Washington Dye House, Copper Kitchen Catering, Photographer David Stuck from Mid-Atlantic Media, Videographer/Cinematographer Kevin Haube with N50 Studios and the Antares Musicians for celebrating New Year’s Eve with us and for helping to make last night great for the newlyweds. Congratulations and Happy 2018 to the new Mr. & Mrs. Sneeringer!

 

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