While guests enjoyed themselves on butler passed hors d'oeurves and beverages, the bridal party rode off around the golf course for some wedding pictures. Being able to utilize the golf buggies made getting some wonderful pictures very timely. The bridesmaids wore lovely green gowns and upon completing their pictures, joined wedding guests for cocktail hour on the outdoor patio.
As guests made their way to the main dining room Abby, Nathan and the bridal party freshened up and began practicing their dance moves for the introductions. The entire bridal party was introduced to the Black Eyed Peas song "I Got A Feeling". Our newlyweds entered to "I Choose You" by Sara Barellis.
Cake cutting was next on their agenda to which the hit "Gone Gone Gone" by Phillip Phillips played in the background. Both were respectful to each other when they sampled their cake.
Kim, Abby's Matron of Honor gave the first toast and the Bestman Will wrapped the toasts up in style. The blessing was given next then dinner was served. Upon completion of a wonderful meal the newlyweds mingled with their guests before moving onto the next formality.
With a complete captive audience Abby and Nathan had their first dance together as husband and wife. They chose Train's rendition of "Marry Me". The father and daughter dance followed as Abby danced with her dad to "Cinderella" by Stephen Curtis Chapman. This is such a wonderful song we never get tired of playing it.
Nathan danced with his mother to the Eagles hit "I Wish You Peace". We really enjoy our couples customizing their wedding day with song selections that have special meanings to them.
Guests were welcomed to the dance floor to start off the dance celebration to "Unforgettable" by Natalie and Nat King Cole. A wide variety of song favorites of our couple were played which kept the dance floor busy until everybody became worn out and we had to play another slow song.
The Anniversary Dance was held next. "Remember When" by country music star Alan Jackson was the chosen song as we made our way down to the longest married couple. This is always a nice surprise to learn who has been married the longest.
Before dancing was to continue Abby tossed her bouquet to "Girl's Just Want To Have Fun", Cyndi Lauper. Following Victoria catching the bouquet Nathan removed Abby's garter. The classic song "Oh Yeah" by Yello, you may recall from the 80's movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, was played.
With all the single men lined up upon the dance floor and Inner Circle's "Bad Boys" playing, Nathan tossed the garter. Congratulations to Brandon who after catching the garter, placed it upon Victoria's leg.
With all of the wedding formalities completed the party continued until the end of the evening and a sparkler send-off. Those that stuck around to the very end sent Abby and Nathan on their way with a gorgeous and exciting sparkler send off. "Firework" by Katy Perry was the last song these two wonderful people heard as they set off on their new life together.
Best of luck, health and happiness to these wonderful people as they begin a new journey in their life. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and are thankful they chose us to be a part of their wedding day. Congratulations to Abby and Nathan and thanks to the staff at the Rolling Hills Country Club.
Pittsburgh Wedding DJ Rockin Steve Credo