The Bucks County Wedding of Lauren and Kevin


September of 2011 was an incredible month, full of amazing weddings.  My month started out with the wedding of Lauren and Kevin.  They were a fun couple, and they really wanted to have lots of dancing at their reception, which I felt made me the perfect match as their DJ.  This was a high energy couple and, as it happens, I consider myself to be a high energy disc jockey… so it was a great fit.  The wedding reception was held at Spring Mill Manor in Bucks County, on what couldn’t have been a more gorgeous September day.  The guests enjoyed a cocktail hour outside on the patio of Spring Mill Manor overlooking the pond. We provided music in the background as the guests arrived, mingled, and enjoyed the fantastic weather.  Once the cocktail hour ended, everyone was seated in the ballroom and we introduced the parents, bridal party, and of course the bride and groom.  As soon as Kevin and Lauren entered the room, we had them take center stage on the dance floor for their first dance as husband and wife.  The staff at Spring Mill Manor provided an awesome dinner for the guests, and did a phenomenal job accommodating everyone (as always).  Once the guests finished their meal we wasted no time getting them all up and dancing.  This was a great group and we had the floor packed the rest of the night.



We played a few line dances like “The Cha Cha Slide” and “The Cupid Shuffle”,  interspersed between lots of high energy Top 40 music from the likes of Pitbull and LMFAO.  I say “we” because my assistant for the night was our cool DJ Jake.  Not only is Jake making great strides as a DJ, but he is also interning in the office during the week for school credit.  He is quickly becoming a valuable member of the Cutting Edge Team, and we’re lucky to have him.  This was my first wedding working with Aaron Mitchell Photography, and Aaron and Cheryl are great photographers, who do a great job capturing the moment.  I look forward to working with them again soon.




I’m pretty confident in saying the bride and groom had a great time at their wedding.  They were dancing the entire time, and the smiles never left their faces.  Congratulations to you both, and we wish you all the best!!


Images Courtesy of Aaron Mitchell Photography

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