Brittney and her family used us back when her Sister Katie was married and I’m so glad we were asked to play for them again! This time around we were at WinMock at Kinderton near Winston-Salem on December 29th, 2018!!
The ceremony and reception were both held in the Winmock Barn and I was there to provide mics and music all night. The ceremony was on the second floor. As the 120 guests arrived I had a mix of classical pop playing. The ceremony music was all from the Father Of The Bride Soundtrack (so appropriate!!!). The Grandparents & Parents entered to “Snow Scene” and Bridesmaids to “Canon In D”. Brittney and her Father entered to “End Credits” from the soundtrack. During their service that was officiated over by Pastor Dave McIntosh, they had communion while her Mother sang to an instrumental of “The Prayer” by Celine Dion. She did an amazing job!! After the ceremony they recessed to “End Credits” and the guests were invited downstairs for the cocktail hour by planner Melissa from Relish Design Company.
During the cocktail hour I had a mix of beach music, country and soft rock playing. While the staff flipped the room for dinner, photographer Aura Marzouk and videographers Sugar Shack Films got some shots. After the room was ready the guests were invited back upstairs. I introduced the wedding party to “Best Of My Love” by The Emotions and Brittney and Nick to “Signed, Sealed, Delivered”. They had their first dance to “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran. Brittney’s Father joined her on the floor for their dance to “Isn’t She Lovely” and Nick and his Mother to “You’ll Be In My Heart”. Her Father welcomed everyone and Pastor Dave blessed the meal. The salads and entrees came out and I continued the same music mix as cocktails.
After dinner we had the Maxie B’s cake cutting to “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” followed by the toasts. I opened the floor to everyone with some beach music and 70’s funk, then top 40 that brought young and old to the floor to dance.
We paused for the bouquet toss to “Ladies Night”, garter removal to “Kiss” by Prince and garter toss to “Sharp Dressed Man”, then back to dancing. We ended with “Time Of My Life” from Dirty Dancing, but I wasn’t ready to end yet. So, some sing a long rock songs from the 80’s kept them singing and dancing until the glow stock exit from the front of Winmock.
Thank you Brittney, Nick, Tammy and Melissa. I was thrilled and honored to play for you!!
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