Bride and Groom: Nancy & Jason

Where & When: Merrimon-Wynne Carriage House on July 9th, 2016

The Professionals:

Venue Planner- Amy from Merrimon-Wynne

Planner- Whitney from Lily & Oak

Photographer- Hooman Bahrani from Vesic Photography

Caterer- Rocky Top Catering

Florist- Bowerbird Flowers

Rentals- Party Reflections

Minister- Randy Taylor

 

Wedding Ceremony Songs

Seating of Grandparents & Parents: “Better” by Cairn Street Quartet

Entrance of Bridesmaids: “Hoppipolla” by Cairn Street Quarter

Processional: “Canon” by Cairn Street Quartet

Recessional: “Everlasting Light” by Black Keys

 

Wedding Reception Songs

Introduction of the Bride & Groom: “Sugar” by Maroon 5

First Dance: “Unforgettable” by Natalie & Nat ‘King’ Cole

Father-Bride Dance: “Make You Feel My Love” by Adele

Mother-Groom Dance: “Have I Told You Lately” by Rod Stewart

Garter Removal: “Oh Yeah” by Yello

Garter & Bouquet Toss: “Sexy & I Know It” by LMFAO

Last Dance: “Forever” by Chris Brown

This was my second wedding in July at Merrimon-Wynne and I loved every minute of it! This time was for Nancy and Jason and I provided music and mics for the ceremony in the carriage house with pastor Randy Taylor. The ceremony was so nice and included a couple readings. Great job as always Randy Taylor!

After the ceremony, guests made their way to the house for cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres while photographer Hooman got some shots and the staff flipped the Carriage House for the reception.

After the cocktail hour the 100+ guests made their way back to the Carriage House that looked beautiful with floral arrangements by Diane at Bowerbird Flowers. They found their seats and I introduced the wedding party and Nancy & Jason. They came in and had their first dance and parents dances, then I opened the floor with some Motown and oldies for dancing while the dinner buffet opened in the house. Guests could either dance or visit the buffet. What a great idea!

After everyone had eaten I took the dancing up a notch and the floor filled for the next 2 hours. They danced to line dances (heavily led by Nancy’s little niece) and top 40, 2000’s hits and some 80’s. We paused briefly for the garter/bouquet tosses and then back to dancing til the end of the night. We ended the night with “Forever” by Chris Brown and they made their way to the front of the house for a sparkler exit.

This was one of my favorite weddings, and not one I, or the guests, will soon forget!