Pittsburgh Wedding DJ | DJ Rockin Steve - Hilton Garden Inn S. Pointe | Tiffany & Ken Wedding
  • Hilton Garden Inn S. Pointe | Tiffany & Ken Wedding

    The Pittsburgh Hilton Garden Inn South Pointe was the location for Tiffany and Ken D. wedding nuptials. Along with just over 100 guests this wonderful couple celebrated their winter time marriage.

    Their wedding ceremony was held at the Immaculate Conception in Washington at precisely 3:00. The formal reception followed in Canonsburg with their closest friends and family. Everyone enjoyed very tasty hors d'oeuvres while listening to a variety of music such as Michael Buble, Natalie Cole, Frank Sinatra etc. After almost an hour all were escorted into the main ballroom to take their seats and prepare for the grand entrance.
    With the bridesmaids all wearing black gowns they danced their way into the main ballroom to "Nothin' But A Good Thing" by Poison. Folks stood and graciously applauded Tiffany and Ken's entrance with Nickelback's hit "I'd Come For You" playing in the background.

    As with many brides these newlyweds took part in their first dance pre dinner as to enjoy more time later on for dancing with friends and other guests. The first dance song was a classic and one of our favorites, "Have I Told You Lately" by Rod Stewart. It was such a meaningful song and was great to see these two deeply in love people dance to it in front of all.

    The cutting of the cake followed to James Taylor's all time classic "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You". Numerous guests snuck up for a closer peak or a picture. No cake was wasted and off to the best man and matron of honor's toasts. I was fortunate enough to have Ken and Tiffany ask me if I would do the blessing for them.

    In place of favors Tiffany and Ken had made a donation to the Fur Kid Rescue in honor and memory of Lulu their dog. Guests were also encouraged to do the same if they wanted to help.

    Following dinner Ken had a very special dance with his mother to "Isn't She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder. The bridal party and guests dance for about three quarters of an hour then those that were married joined in the anniversary dance. Elvis all time hit "Can't Help Falling In Love" was Tiffany's choice for this formality. Following a quick photo of the winning couple guests lined up for the traditional bridal, or money dance.

    Dancing continued into the evening until all were thoroughly exhausted then sent Tiffany and Ken on their way for their honeymoon. It was indeed a pleasure to be a part of their wedding day celebration and we wish them the best of luck in the years to come.

    DJ Rockin Steve Credo