What a fun wedding Kendall and Scott had at Durham’s Bay 7on November 22nd!

The ceremony was held at the bottom of the stairs and I ran mics for their officiant Ben Poston (I always LOVE working with him!) and also for their reader.  As the 125 guests arrived I had a mix of classical pop songs playing.  When it was time for the ceremony, Ben entered and asked everyone to silence their phones.  The Parents and Groomsmen entered to “Marry me” by The O’Neill Brothers Group.  The Bridesmaids entered to “We Built A Zoo” by Jonsi.  Kendall and her Father entered to “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”.  After a short service that concluded with a smashing of the glass, they recessed to “On Top Of The World” by Vitamin String Quartet.  Ben invited everyone upstairs for the cocktail hour while photographer Rose Trail Images and videographers HoneyDew Films got some shots. During cocktails I had a mix of classic soul, standards and soft rock playing.

After the cocktail hour I invited guests back downstairs where the room was ready for dinner and dancing. I lined the wedding party up with lots of help from planners Emily Katherine Events and got them ready for introductions.  I introduced each couple to a different song and Kendall and Scott came down to “Bring Em Out” by T.I.  They had their first dance to a special edit I made them that combined the acoustic and regular versions of “Ritual” by Wrabel & Marshmello.  After a couple minutes of the song, I invited the wedding party to join them on the floor.  Kendall’s father welcomed everyone and the salads and entrees came out.

After dinner we had the toasts followed by the Parents dances.  Kendall and her Father had their dance to “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Michael Buble. Scott escorted his Mother to the floor for their dance to “How Long Will I Love You”. I opened the floor to everyone with “Build Me Up Buttercup” and “Brown Eyed Girl” before some 80’s that filled it with young and old while Kendall and Scott had a private Ashley’s Cake cutting.

For the next 3 hours the floor stayed filled to top 40, EDM, a few oldies and ballads and 90’s.  We paused for a bouquet toss to “Where Dem Girls At” and a hora dance to an EDM cover of it by Steve Aoki.  We ended the night with an EDM cover of “Dancing In The Moonlight” by Jubel before a sparkler exit.

Thank you Kendall, Scott, Sarah and Emily!  I had the best time!!

Photo courtesy of Rose Trail Images

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