Last night was such a fun party! Stacey & Justin’s wedding celebration at Water’s Edge Event Center in Belcamp, MD was one to remember. The evening began with a ceremony overlooking the Bush River with Officiant Natalie Taylor of Weddings Quick and Sweet taking the helm. A recessional to Sam Hunt’s “Body Like A Back Road” led into a cocktail hour with guests enjoying drinks and appetizers outside during the last Saturday of the Summer. Once everyone found their seats inside the ballroom, DJ Frank introduced the Bridal Party and then the new Mr. & Mrs. Hamilton came in to “I Do” by Young Jeezy (feat. Jay Z & Andre 3000). Stacey & Justin then danced their first dance to “In Case You Didn’t Know” by Brett Young. A blessing by Justin’s Grandfather (Pop) and toasts by the Matron Of Honor (Stacey’s Sister) and both Best Men all took place before guests enjoyed salads and a delicious served meal. As dinner began to wrap up, the Bride and her Father danced to Sam Cooke’s “Nothing Can Change This Love” and then Justin and his Mother danced to Eric Church’s “Like Jesus Does”. ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” opened up the dancing portion of the night and guests were quick to fill the dance floor. DJ Frank received a slew of requests ranging from songs by Aretha Franklin, Bob Seger and The Beatles to Mase, Notorious B.I.G., Nelly, Drake and many more. There were cupcakes provided by Flavor Cupcakery for guests to enjoy, but no other formal events, just a super fun dance party! Before heading out to Bush Mill Tavern for their after party, the last song of the night became three last songs as this crowd didn’t want the celebration to end. Officially, Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer” was to be the last song, but Drake’s “One Dance” actually closed it all out. We loved working with Stacey & Justin to create their vision and we couldn’t have done it without the help of the wonderful team at Water’s Edge and the ladies from Anna Schmidt Photography.
Stacey & Justin’s Wedding + Reception / Water’s Edge Event Center
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