Destiney and Bradley had an early ceremony and reception a couple of weeks ago at the amazing Rose Hill Plantation Wedding Venue in Nashville, NC (Click here to visit the Rose Hill Plantation site). The day started with an outdoor ceremony with the gorgeous plantation home from the 1800s as the backdrop. Destiney arrived on a horse-drawn carriage as I played an amazing version of “A Thousand Years” that she found. Now that’s a memorable ceremony!
After the ceremony, the guests made their way to the porch of Nathan Hall for cocktail hour where I also had music playing. Once inside, I did the bridal party introductions to U2’s “Beautiful Day” and then the couple went right into their first dance, a first for me, which I loved, called “Yours” by Russell Dickerson. It’s the wedding version if you go look it up! Destiney and her father danced next to “I Loved Her First” and they were great. Bradley and his mother chose Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up”. Destiney’s father welcomed everyone, the blessing was said and dinner was served!
After dinner, we did the toasts and cake cutting and then got some folks out there dancing! The only pauses were for the bouquet and garter. A nice start to the Spring for sure!
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.
DJing is more than just showing up and pressing play. It’s also more than just knowing how to choose songs and mix them together. Begin a wedding DJ is about creating experiences and atmospheres. That’s what our DJing philosophy boils down to. We don’t want to just provide the perfect music. We want to create the perfect day. That’s why we excel in what we do. And this wedding was a perfect example of that. Working with this awesome couple to create the day they envisioned is something we’ll never forget. And it’s a service we provide all our Raleigh Weddings again and again.