Wedding and Reception at the Parkland Country Club
Good Day Bloggers!
DJ Gregg here with this weeks installment of the Wedding blog!
Today’s episode takes us to the beautiful Parkland Country Club.
As the guests arrived for the outdoor ceremony, I was asked to play some Neo-Classical tunes by the Vitamin String Quartet. The bridal party entered with the acoustical version of Sam Smith’s “Latch”. Mellissa walked down the aisle to “A Thousand Years” by The Piano Guys.
The ceremony was performed by Melissa’s Stepfather with honor.
After the ceremony ended I played “Let’s Get Married” by Jagged Edge.
Cocktail hour commenced shortly after that….Also held outside on the majestic grounds. I played some standards, Rat Pack tunes and the occasional Jazz song. All to set a nice smooth tone.
The main event was located in the Banquet room located just off the gardens. It looked beautiful! The room was flooded with Royal Blue LED up lighting provided by Eddie B & Company. The guests also enjoyed an Open Air photo booth provided by Eddie B & Company.
As the guests entered, I played some cool lounge music…setting a tone of fun and excitement!
The bridal party was ready to enter. I played ” All of The Lights” by Rihanna. Then Chris and Mellissa entered to “The Way You Move” by Outkast. The room erupted with applause!
I then went into the first dance. “Kiss of Life” by Sade, Followed by the Parent Dances…”I loved Her First”, “House on Pooh Corner” and “My Wish”. Shortly after that the dinner service started. I then asked Patrick and Danielle, the Maid Of Honor and Best Man to say a few words. That wet over very well.
I then mentioned that the PhotoBooth was open for business. Jerry O. was manning it and provided by Eddie B& Company.
During dinner, I kept it light. Playing songs from Sinatra, Buble, Sade and even some old school R&B. A very eclectic mix to keep them on their toes!
After dinner is when I really turned up the heat. This was a dancing crowd and they LOVED to party!
I played all different types of music..including, oldies, top 40, hip hop, 70’s 80’s 90’s….you get the picture.
The cake was cut using Michael Jackson’s “Love Never Felt So Good”. We then proceeded to do the garter and bouquet toss. It went over great!
The rest of the evening was excellent. A great time! Thanks to the staff of the Parkland Country Club for doing a professional job, as always!
Gregg P. Pellito
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