Saturday night at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Jennifer & James tied the knot! Their ceremony began at 5:30 PM and was held outside at “The Point” overlooking Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. James and his Groomsmen processed to Vitamin String Quartet’s version of “Don’t Stop Believing”, family and Bridesmaids to “Your Song” also performed by Vitamin String Quartet and then Jen and her Father walked down the aisle to a version of Canon in D. The ceremony ended with a kiss and a recessional to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer”. Cocktails and appetizers where enjoyed outside following the ceremony before DJ Frank Marsden and coordinator Erin Powell with 1423 Events invited guests to find their seats inside the Museum. Jennifer & James where formally introduced in to Natalie Cole’s “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” and then danced their first dance as a married couple to “Faithfully” by Journey. A welcome by the Father of the Bride, toasts by the Matron of Honor and Best Man, and a blessing preceded a buffet meal prepared by the nice folks from Zeffert and Gold Catering and Event Planning. After dinner, Jen and her Father danced to “When You Need Me” by Bruce Springsteen and that was followed by James and his Mother dancing to “You’re Gonna Be” by Reba McEntire. Everyone enjoyed some dancing and socializing before Jen was invited to the dance floor, her sister held the apron, and everyone was encouraged to have a dance with the Bride during a dollar dance. Donuts for dessert and a dance party rounded out the remainder of the festivities. Songs by artists like Earth Wind & Fire, Usher, Haddaway, Montell Jordan and many more kept the Museum dance floor full all night! Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” closed out a great party and big day for Jen & James. We thank them, the BMI’s friendly team, the Zeffert and Gold Catering crew, the folks with Living Radiant Photography, and all the other vendors who helped make last night incredible.