The Manor House at Commonwealth in Horsham was the scene of the big day. It was a beautiful October day, with the sun shining and the leaves were turning; it became the ideal backdrop to a fun-filled evening. We had the privilege of providing audio for the ceremony, which included a string quartet and live vocalists.
Once the sun set and the lights went low the crowd was ready to rock as the bridal party danced their way into the room. The pre-wedding meeting is the perfect time to learn more about the likes/dislikes of a bride and groom; this meeting only expressed their readiness to party. To The sound of “Happy Together” by the Turtles, our newlyweds worked their way to the floor before sharing their first dance to Ray LaMontagne’s “Hold You In My Arms”.
Each of the moments that followed offered a familiar feel…toasts that required both chuckles and tears from the crowd, Allison and Damien shared special dances with their very proud parents and everyone had a delicious meal. However, many of the moments that came after dinner are some that are etched into my mind. Namely, the sight of Damien (the groom) working the room with a microphone in hand.
It was a first for me… the groom grabbing the microphone, but who am I to deny him that? It’s their day, and Allison was beaming from ear to ear. Damien rocked the crowd had all of his guests dancing along. These are the ‘golden moments’ of being a wedding DJ.
Allison and Damien…congratulations on your wedding and best of luck on your adventure together.
A few weeks ago I received this wonderful thank you in the mail from the bride and groom..
Our wedding day was everything we dreamed it would be, from start to finish. You song selection was right on point. We were truly amazed at how packed the dance floor remained all evening. Our guests still comment on how much fun they had dancing. Thank you for your time and service.
Allison & Damien
Images by Thomas Beaman