What a beautiful weekend to get married! Friday night at the Anchor Inn located in Pasadena, MD, Lindsey & Eric capped off their courtship by marrying each other in front of their favorite people. The ceremony took place outside on the Inn’s dock along the Chesapeake Bay and was picture perfect. After saying “I do”, sharing a smooch, and a recessional to “Today” by Brad Paisley, Mr. & Mrs. Nowak were joined by their immediate family members for photos while guests moved inside for cocktails. DJ Frank Marsden gathered the Bridal Party together, had guests find their seats, and then made formal introductions. Parents, Bridesmaids, and Groomsmen walked in to “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars then Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up And Dance” was played while Lindsey & Eric made their way into the reception. The Bride & Groom shared an official first dance to “Born To Be Your Woman” by Joey + Rory, Eric danced with his Mother to “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts, and then the Father of the Bride and his daughter danced to a medley of songs before he welcomed everyone. The microphone was then passed to the Groom’s Best Man who raised a toast to the happy couple followed by a blessing and a very nice served meal provided by the staff of Catering by Uptown. Shortly after dinner, all married couples joined Lindsey & Eric for an anniversary dance that featured; “You’re Still The One” by Shania Twain, “You’re My Best Friend” by Queen, and Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me”. There was a cake cutting, a dessert table was opened, and a celebration dance party rocked the rest of the night! Songs by Earth, Wind & Fire, Kenny Loggins, V.I.C., Pitbull, Rod Stewart, Hank Williams Jr., House of Pain, and many more were requested by guests and spun by DJ Frank. Friday night’s festivities ended just before 11 with everyone dancing and singing along to “I’ve Had (The Time Of My Life)” by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes and a huge round of applause Lindsey & Eric. We loved providing their soundtrack and working with the Inn’s Staff, our good friends, photographers Mary Ellen Otter & Danny James Marsh, and videographer Jim Black of Black Tie Video. Congrats to the Nowaks!