Pittsburgh Wedding DJ | DJ Rockin Steve - Dreams Do Come True | Jocelyn & Brandon | Nevillewood Country Club
  • Dreams Do Come True | Jocelyn & Brandon | Nevillewood Country Club

    Dreams do come true for Jocelyn and Brandon as they celebrate their marriage at the Nevillewood Country Club. What more could a great couple ask for than to have all of their friends and family join them on such a momentous day.

    Bright sunny skies with a warm breeze make for an enjoyable day of celebration following the 3:00 ceremony at St. Barbara Church in Bridgeville. Jocelyn's wedding gown was absolutely gorgeous. The celebration immediately followed at the exquisite Nevillewood Country Club in Bridgeville PA.

    Guests enjoyed light hors d'oeuvres on the lower level while socializing with close friends and relatives on such a wonderful ceremony. Following cocktail hour everyone made their way upstairs via the beautiful wooden spiral staircase to the main dining area.

    As invitees took their seats Jocelyn, Brandon and the entire bridal party lined up and prepared for the introductions. With the Black Eyed Peas "I Got A Feeling" playing the parents of the bride were introduced with cheers and a warm applause. The joyful welcome continued as the music segued into "Follow The Leader" by Socca for the parents of the grooms entrance.

    The lovely flower girl and ring bearer strutted their moves to "Gangnam Style" by the Korean singer Psy. Although the evening had just begun the entire bridal party entered to Pitbulls "Don't Stop The Party" getting the guests ready for the newlyweds grand entrance.

    Being fans of the Pittsburgh Penguins it was of no surprise this couple chose the teams iconic song "The Boys Of Winter". The energy in the room was intense as Jocelyn and Brandon entered the ballroom with all on their feet applauding this couples marriage.

    The first dance was the first of formalities to Dave Barnes hit "On A Night Like This". It was such a romantic sight to see the love this couple has for each other.

    "Better Together" by Jack Johnson was the tune chosen for the cutting of the cake which ensued next.

    Prior to a wonderful dinner Jocelyn's father welcomed all of the wedding guests and thanked them for being here to celebrate his daughter's blessed event. Jenna (Matron of Honor), Jillian (Maid of Honor) and Josh (Best Man) followed with their own personal and touching toasts. Brandon's father gave a very heart-felt welcome then concluded with the blessing.

    As guests finished their entrees they were treated to over 6,000 delicious wedding cookies all baked by very close friends and members of the family. There were so many cookies they had to be displayed on five 8 foot tables. It took over 3 hours for the caterer to organize them in such a beautiful array.

    A father and daughter dance was held next with Steve Terrell singing Frank Sinatra's classic song "The Way You Look Tonight". Brandon and his mother followed with a mother and son dance to T. Carter's "A Mother's Song".

    Everyone was welcomed to the dance floor and there wasn't a square inch of space not filled. A huge variety of songs covering many genres kept the party-goers dancing and fully enjoying the newlyweds wedding celebration.

    The excitement continued right up to the moment Jocelyn tossed her bouquet. Congratulations to Emery for catching the bridal flowers as "Single Ladies" by Beyonce' played in the background.

    Jocelyn took her place on a chair centered on the dance floor as all of her bridesmaids formed a semi-circle behind her. "The Way You Make Me Feel" by 80's pop star Michael Jackson played next as Brandon was instructed to show off his best dance moves before the bridal girls would allow him to remove the bride's garter, and so he did.

    Brandon, as if he was a Chippendale dancer, removed his tuxedo jacket and spun it over his head. The on-lookers screamed louder and louder as he unbuttoned his vest and began strutting his moves. After several awesome moves the bridesmaids couldn't contain themselves and let him make his way to removing his lovely wife's garter.

    The bachelors were then convinced to gather on the dance floor as Brandon was about to toss the garter. The Baha Men's "Who Let The Dog's Out" had the wedding guests singing the chorus ever so loudly as Sean managed to catch the bridal garter.

    To top off this wedding formality was Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On". Dancing resumed for the rest of the night with some of the favorites being "Blurred Lines", "Cupid Shuffle", the "Steeler Polka" and the "Wobble".

    The evening of grand celebration concluded with smiles upon all. It was a perfect way to show how dreams do come true for Jocelyn & Brandon at the Nevillewood Country Club. Best of happiness, health and great opportunities we wish for Brandon and Jocelyn.

    Pittsburgh Wedding DJ Rockin Steve Credo