Pittsburgh Wedding DJ | DJ Rockin Steve - Mansion On 5th Avenue | Kasey and Jason
  • Mansion On 5th Avenue | Kasey and Jason

    The gorgeous Mansion on 5th Avenue was the chosen venue for Kasey and Jason's wedding reception. With a 4 PM ceremony at the Cathedral of Learning our newlyweds had planned a great celebration filled with many items designed to keep their guests occupied.

    The wedding guests enjoyed numerous light foods while enjoying their favorite beverages as they browsed all of the personal decorations in the mansions spacious rooms lit with blue up lighting. Various genre's of music was played including a video presentation of pictures of our newlyweds.

    There was positively plenty of things to keep everyone amused as Jason and Kasey were having their pictures taken. Once the limousine arrived with the entire bridal party, they made their way upstairs to the bridal suite for hor devours and refreshments.

    Once ready for introductions, guests gathered at the base of the lovely wooden staircase and the excitement began. Following the parents introductions the bridal party entered to the sounds of Europe's "Final Countdown". Kasey and Jason graced their presence to the dance floor to "The Waiting" by Tom Petty.

    With the guests still applauding their arrival they immediately had their first dance as the newly married couple. They chose a fantastic first dance song by George Strait titled "I Cross My Heart". If you are familiar with this country superstar's song then you know what a perfect choice it was to start off their marriage.

    The cutting of the cake followed with everyone's full attention. Jason and Kasey cut their two tier cake with gold inlaid cake knives revealing a marble confectionary delight. Before enjoying the two stations of delectable food, Vanessa the Maid of Honor and Best Man Tom each gave their wedding toasts followed by a short blessing.

    Jason and Kasey along with the bridal party, descended to the basement for a private room to enjoy their dining experience. Stories and many memories were shared as they enjoyed their dinner, while the guests mingled and visited the food stations upstairs.

    Upon completing their meal the newlyweds mingled with everyone as they went from room to room. With mingling completed the father and daughter was next is store for all. Casey and her father danced to Frank Sinatra's "The Way You Look Tonight" as various photos of childhood were shown on the monitor in the main area.

    Jason danced with his mother to "Then They Do" by Trace Adkins, with pictures of his childhood being viewed on the large monitor. With everyone in attendance we were able to get all on the staircase for a group picture. This in the future will always bring back many great memories from this all important day.

    The dancing quickly took off with everybody eager to enjoy the couples enthusiasm. A wide variety of genre's were played keeping the dance floor fresh and in constant motion. The video presentation was viewed by those who had not made the opportunity to view it earlier. So many great pictures of the newlyweds as they were growing up, and dating.

    The wedding guests who attended from Ohio were honored with the classic sing-a-long hit "Hang On Sloopy" by the McCoys. A few special dedications during the evening were "I Love Your Love The Most" by Eric Church from Jason to Kasey. Casey in turn dedicated Sara Bareillis "I Choose You" to her husband, with love. A toss of the bouquet from atop the staircase Casey undertook while "Single Ladies" played by Beyonce'. Congratulations to Mariah, the lucky recipient. Jason removed his wife's garter with Ram Jam's "Black Betty" setting the mood.

    Our groom tossed the garter also from the staircase to "The Boys Are Back In Town" by Thin Lizzy. Our congratulations go out to Adam, the lucky bachelor who caught the garter. Adam placed the garter onto Mariah's leg among cheering guests to Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Gimme There Steps".

    Dancing continued both on the dance floor and the staircase for the remainder of the evening. It truly was an exciting time for all attending. They even had a little acoustic arrangement playing for guests to top off the evening of enjoyment.

    We wish Kasey and Jason the very best of luck in their new future together as husband and wife. Choosing the Mansion on 5th was a great choice to celebrate their marriage to each other and I know everyone will remember this night for many years to come.

    Pittsburgh Wedding DJ Rockin Steve Credo