Saturday afternoon in what the locals call “J’ville” aka Jarretsville, MD, at Grimmel Farms, Emily & Travis became the “new” Mrs. & Mr. Huber. A 4 pm outdoor ceremony began with grandparents and parents walking down the aisle to “Love Does” by Brandon Heath. The Groom, his Groomsmen, and Reverend Richard Harding walked to Charlie Daniel’s Band “Simple Man”. Melissa’s Bridesmaids and her Matron of Honor were next and they entered the ceremony to “Speechless” by Dan + Shay, and then the Bride along with her Grandfather walked down to “This Is It” by Scotty McCreery. Rev. Harding married the happy couple, they kissed, they were presented, and then had a recessional to “Forever and Ever Amen” by Randy Travis. Everyone regrouped inside the Grimmel Farm Barn/reception space for cocktails for about an hour and then the Bridal Party and Mr. & Mrs. Huber were formally introduced into the reception. After DJ Frank Marsden introduced all of the Bridal Party members, he asked all guests to stand and introduced the newlyweds in while playing “Here For the Party” by Gretchen Wilson. The Bride put her bouquet down on the sweetheart table, and then she and her husband danced their first dance as husband and wife to “Amazed” by Lonestar. A blessing preceded toasts by the Matron of Honor and Best Man, and a thank you from the Bride. After the last table made their way back to their tables from the buffet, Melissa and her Mom shared a dance to Carrie Underwood’s “Mama’s Song”, and Travis and his Mother danced to “You’re Gonna Be” by Reba McEntire. An “in-laws” dance came next with the Bride and her new Father in law and the Groom and his new Mother in law all dancing to “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts. That was followed by a dance in memory of Melissa’s late Father to Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here”¬†as the Bride took turns dancing with various friends and family members. Dancing for all followed with requests for songs by artists like Steve Earle, Waylon Jennings, Cupid, Black Eyed Peas, the Beatles, Blake Shelton, and many more getting people up and moving. There was a cake cutting/food fight that happened while the music of the Four Tops “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” was playing. Melissa tossed her bouquet to the single ladies while DJ Frank spun “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper, and Travis removed his bride’s garter to “Another One Bites The Dust” by Queen. Before inviting everyone back to their home for an after party, the Bride & Groom and their guests belted out a solid sing-a-long to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing”. Lots of love was shared, laughs were had, memories were made, and Melissa and Travis are now officially a married couple. We thank them, their vendor team, and our friends at Grimmel Farm for a wonderful Saturday evening in J’ville!