The ceremony was supposed to take place outside, but the weather was less than ideal, so we did the ceremony inside the barn.
Notice that there are no speakers visible in the photo.
First Dance & Toasts
After the newlyweds did their first dance, relatives from each side of the family offered a blessing.
An uncle offering a blessing asked if I would hold the microphone for him. Sometimes humans make the best microphone stands.
To honor the bride's heritage, we danced the hora.
Philly Custom DJ Hora Policy
"All pilots will take off and land safely, and then we will move on to the next segment."
The bride and groom made their entry to Zombie Nationa - Kernkraft 400. This is the song that's played at Penn State football games when the fans bounce up and down in their seats.
Thier first dance was Leather and Lace by Stevie Nicks and Don Henley; a classic love song that should probably be played at every wedding.
Once the toasts were out of the way and the cake was cut, the dance floor was open and packed for the rest of the night.
We finished the night in a strong New Jersey fashion with Bruce Springsteen's Born To Run.
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The combination of venue and vendors was perfect. Mary Bradley is an excellent wedding planner - very communicative and responsive. Michelle Kay is an excellent photographer as you can see from the pictures above. The lighting in the barn was a challenge, but Michelle was able to compensate and capture vibrant, colorful photos. Michelle recommended me for this wedding, recalling the excellent experience we had together 4 years earlier on Long Beach Island.
Mary Bradley and I will be back at Glenmoore Farm for another wedding later this season.