The reception was held on Kellie's parents farm in Cambridge Ohio with lush greenery, beautiful wooden fencing and plenty of room to party. Even the neighbors dog stopped by during cocktail hour to check out the facility. Realizing he didn't have a place card he ventured back home.
The red and white wedding theme was just as perfect as the day was. It was quite obvious that a lot of attention and time went into the decorating of the entire reception area. Spacious, bright colors and all of the right accessories placed in the proper places. A wedding celebration with the right amount of elegance yet a touch of that rustic country.
For wedding favors each guest had their very own personal "smore's" kit for later on in the evening by the bon fire.
With guests mingling and enjoying their favorite beverage Kellie and Jason prepared their grand introduction on their own Harley Davidson motorcycles. As they started up the long concrete driveway each rode in style while "Another One Bites The Dust" by Queen rang out and were sporting their cowboy hats marked "Bride" and "Groom".
Guests applauded and cheered heavily as they parked their steel stallions then made their way to the head table to kick start this outdoor wedding celebration.
Following the blessing our newlyweds helped themselves to the buffet area which was filled with so much delicious home made food there wasn't room on your plate for everything. When dinner was completed many went back for a second pass of wonderful sweet treats.
Jason and Kellie cut their red and white wedding cake while Pat Benatar's "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" played in the background. With the cake cut and each sampling a small bite they enjoyed their first dance together as husband and wife. Chosen for the first dance song was Kenny Chesney's "All I Need To Know".
As Kellie and Jason held each other close and enjoyed their first dance guests circled, held and waved beautiful heart shaped sparklers. With the evening setting in and the sun setting it was truly a gorgeous site.
Kellie danced with her father to "When She Grows Up" by Craig Campbell and halfway through we welcomed all of the fathers and their daughters to join in. "Twenty Years Late" by David St. Romain was the song Jason chose to have a very special dance with his mother. Just as with the father and daughter dance we invited all of the mothers and their sons to join in the dance.
Wedding guests then joined together on the dance floor as the dancing started off with Garth Brooks "Friends In Low Places". It's always so exciting to see a couples friends and family fill the dance floor and celebrate the wedding of their closest friends and family.
Shortly later an anniversary dance was held to the song of "When I Said I Do" by Clint Black and his wife Lisa Hartman. Kellie continued the excitement by tossing her bouquet to Danielle Peck's "Findin' A Good Man". "Wild Thing" by the sixties group The Troggs was played as Jason removed his lovely wife's garter.
All the single men hit the dance floor as Jason tossed the garter while "Wild Thing" continued in the background. The dancing continued until the morning hours with a wide variety of great music keeping guests dancing. Classic rock, country, old and new favorites with line dances tossed in to keep the night interesting.
As the dancing was concluding those remaining settled in by a large bon fire to enjoy a few drinks with the newlyweds and wind down from a wonderful day.
We wish Jason and Kellie the greatest of health, wealth and happiness in their new life together. Congratulation on your marriage and hope to cross paths at some time in the future.
Pittsburgh Wedding DJ Rockin Steve Credo