On Sunday April 18th, I had the privilege of being the Master of Ceremonies for Ron and Yin’s wedding reception that was held at Cairnwood Mansion in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. It was an incredible spring day for the outdoor service, which took place on the terrace of the mansion. Their ceremony was decorated with dazzling floral arrangements designed by Flower Sculptures. Mickey Young, of Journeys of the Heart, conducted a serene ceremony. I provided all of the music for the event, and I think everyone would agree that Yin looked breath taking when she walked down the isle. After the proceedings, the guests, while enjoying hors d’ouevres, had a chance to explore the elegant, historic mansion during cocktail hour. Afterward, the party moved into the Great Hall, beginning with unforgettable introductions of the parents, flower girls, ring bearers, a bubbling bridal party, and, for the first time as husband and wife, Ron and Yin. The bride and groom left the entire crowd, including myself, in utter amazement with a well rehearsed first dance. Once the performance ended, the room erupted with applause. Next on the agenda was dinner catered by Robert Fair Catering. Terri and her team did a flawless job providing amazing food throughout the entire wedding.
One of my favorite parts of a wedding is that first moment when it’s time to get everyone up to dance. Usually, I will play a slow song to open the dance floor. At that moment, many think to themselves “No big deal right? Who doesn’t mind a nice dance with someone special?” Then before anyone realizes what’s happening, I end the slow song and kick it into top gear. We at Cutting Edge work really hard before the wedding with the bride and groom so we will know exactly what songs will get everyone shaking and moving out on the floor. This group was awesome; just take a look at the pictures snapped by John and Doris of Costello Photography!
Congratulations Ron and Yin. We at Cutting Edge Entertainment, I in particular, would like to thank you for allowing us to be part of your wedding day. We wish you all the best in your life together.
Photos courtesy of Costello Photography – www.costellophotography.com
Cairnwood – www.cairnwood.org