A magical evening was had at the Baltimore Museum of Art last night as Pamela & Andrew became husband and wife. Their ceremony, cocktails and reception were held in the museums majestic Fox Court, located up the front steps and just inside the historic Merrick Entrance. It is an exquisite neoclassical room featuring a soaring coffered ceiling supported by elegant Ionic columns. Following their vows, the pronouncement of their marriage and a recessional to the Vitamin String Quartet’s version of “I Want To Hold Your Hand”, the newlyweds joined their families and friends for cocktails and appetizers. Pam & Andrew were formally introduced in to their reception by DJ Frank Marsden as he played Lynden David Hall’s take on “All You Need Is Love”. Their first dance came next and they danced to “Carolina In My Mind” by James Taylor. A welcome by Pamela’s parents preceded a incredible three course meal provided by Chef’s Expression. Toasts by the Bride’s Maid of Honor and the Groom’s Brother and Best Man took place during dinner, while a Father/Daughter dance to Patrick Wilson’s “Breeze Off The River” and a Mother/Son dance to “You Make Me Feel So Young” by Frank Sinatra all took place as dinner was wrapping up. DJ Frank invited folks to join the Bride & Groom for the cake and pie cutting before inviting both families to join in the traditional Hora Dance. The rest of the evening was a dance celebration with songs by Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, The Commodores, Will Smith, Usher, Michael Jackson and many more filled the air and brought a large majority of the guests to the dance floor. We did slow it down a few times and one of those dances was a Mother/Daughter dance to “Wild Horses” by the Rolling Stones. All Mothers and their children were invited to join Pamela and her Mother. The final set of the night packed the dance floor as hits by House of Pain, Journey and Neil Diamond closed out a super fun party. We couldn’t have done it alone so we thank the nice people from Chef’s Expression Caterers, Jason Putsche Photography, Flowers and Fancies and the nice staff of the BMA. Congratulations to Pamela & Andrew and cheers to both of you as we wish you a lifetime of happiness and excellent tunes!