Street, MD in Northern Harford County is home to rolling hills, farmlands and Falling Branch Brewery, Harford County’s first farm brewery. It has been a part of the Galbreath family for nearly a century. This wonderful venue was the choice of Tracy & Jason for their wedding and celebration last night. The evening started with an outdoor ceremony that ended with a recessional to “Jessica” by The Allman Brothers Band. Cocktails inside the Brewery’s Barn and outside on their patio/beer garden area followed. DJ Frank introduced the newlyweds in to the reception for their first “performance” as Husband & Wife. Yes, not a first dance, but a live instrumental performance of an Avenged Sevenfold song. An amazing buffet meal provided by the nice folks from Mission BBQ came next. Tracy & Jason respectfully asked DJ Frank not to play any Top 40 tunes or any of the usual wedding selections. Instead, they preferred classic rock and roll music from artists such as Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, John Mellencamp, Queen, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, Billy Joel and more. A cake cutting to Johnny Flynn’s “Detectorists” was really the only time we paused the dancing and a last song; “Kissed Me I’m #!@*faced” by Dropkick Murphy’s wrapped up a wonderful celebration. We made some new friends in Mr. & Mrs. Wettig and we appreciate them having us as their entertainment. It was great to work with Photographer Janet Fulcher, Flavor Cupcakery, Mission BBQ and the Falling Branch Brewery Staff. The entire day was held together wonderfully by Jenn with Moore & Co. Event Stylists and we thank her for her professionalism. Great couple, venue and vendor team = a magical evening for Tracy & Jason!