The Fearrington Village in Pittsboro is an awesome wedding venue. (Check it out by clicking here) I have been DJing there for years and it never gets old. It’s just plain beautiful! The grounds, the garden, the barn, all of it. To start this day, Caitlin and Danny got married outside on a picture-perfect weather day (that started out rainy). I handled the microphones and music that they picked, and it went perfectly! The guests made their way from the ceremony site to outside the barn on the patio for cocktails where I also had music playing. After about an hour, it was time for introductions. They had a huge wedding party, but we just introduced the bride and groom to “Will You Go With Me” by Josh Turner. As soon as they hit the dance floor, I faded into their first dance “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur. I love this song! Still do! As the first dance ended, I asked Caitlin’s father to give a welcome. He was great! Dinner stations opened as he concluded.

As dinner closed, the maid of honor and best man gave their toasts. Both of them did a superb job. Caitlin and her father danced next to one of my all-time favorites “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King. Danny and his mom then danced to “Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World” by Brother Iz. Next was open dancing! They gave me a few songs to toss in like “Shipping Up To Boston” by Dropkick Murphys (it was St. Patrick’s Day after all), and a few others, but I really just did my thing and that dance floor stayed full for a solid 2.5 hours. The only break was for the cake cutting to “Home” by Edward Sharpe, then it was back to more raging. We wrapped the night with the Boss’ “Born to Run” and then “Danny Boy” (perfect for St. Pat’s and for the groom). What a party! I’m so excited to see the media from the Blueberry Creative team! Awesome wedding!


Joe Bunn is the owner of Bunn DJ Company and leads the Eastern North Carolina team of 15 incredible DJs.  Joe is available for your wedding or party, coaches DJs throughout the country, hosts a weekly podcast, and is available for speaking engagements.