Alex & Leah's Ultimate Bryn Du Reception
Bryn Du Field House Wedding
Hollywood could not have made a better script than what happen for Leah & Alex! Leah had this awesome smile on her face the entire day. The weather was perfect for the outside ceremony, and the guests had a great time at the reception. What more can you ask for?
Leah's mom and dad both walked her down the aisle while we played "How Long Will I Love You" by Ellie Golding. The couple read their vows to each other too. Best of all was the song they walked out to - the classic "Get Ready" by the Temptations! They practically danced down the aisle and it really help set the tone for what was about to happen at the reception.
The guests made their way from the ceremony location in the beautiful field house for cocktail hour while the bride and groom were having their pictures taken. We did some really fun wedding party introductions to "Han And Leia Theme Song" from Star Wars.
The first dance was classic in every way. We love it when couples pick unique songs for their first dance. This couple choose "You're All I Need To Get By" by Marvin Gaye. It looked like Leah & Alex were dancing on a cloud for their first dance because we supplied this for them. It makes for great pictures during what should be the most important dance of the day. To make this dance even better, we showed pictures on our plasma screen of the bride and groom while they were growing up.
The couple had lots of great things for their guests to enjoy during the reception. The LOVE Letters were very popular with the guests. Lots of people took the opportunity to pose behind the letters and we are sure many of them made their way to social media sites.
We also supplied a photo booth for the guests. We were able to take these pictures and show them on our plasma screens while the guests were dancing. This is a big hit at receptions.
First Dance Song: "You're All I Need To Get By" - Marvin Gaye
Father-Daughter Song: "In My Life" - The Beatles
Groom-Mom Song: "When You Say Nothing At All" - Alison Krauss
Last Song Of The Night: "Send Me On My Way" - Rusted Root