Chase Wedding - Venue 1902
We had the pleasure of executing Alison & Nicholas' wedding this summer at Sanford's historical Venue 1902.
Nicholas & Alison have a love for music, and it was very important to them to choose a DJ company who was very versatile. This is why DJ Andy was the perfect fit for their wedding. He was able to transition from Rock to 80s Pop seamlessly, while incorporating lots of Top 40s and Country at the same time.
Nicholas and his groomsmen walked in to the ceremony to Brad Paisley's "Waiting on a Woman". The parents & grandparents of the couple, as well as the bridal party also entered to the same song. Alison made her grand entrance to Gustav Holst's "Jupiter from the Planet". Once the two were pronounced married, they walked back down the aisle together to Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling".
Cocktail hour was full of lively jazz standards, classics by Ella Fitzgerald & Charlie Parker.
For reception, the bridal party was introduced to American Authors "Best Day of my Life". Mr & Mrs Chase entered to Bruno Mars' "Marry You". They shared their first dance together to Dan & Shay's "From the Ground Up". Alison danced with her father to Steven Curtis Chapman's "Cinderella", and Nicholas danced with his mother to "Never Alone" by Sara Evans & Jim Brickman.
Dinner was narrated by a blend of country love songs. The couple cut their cake to the always popular "How Sweet it is" by James Taylor. And our favorite part, the anniversary dance song was Frank Sinatra's "The Way You Look Tonight". The very last song of the night was Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" shortly before the couple shared a private dance to Angela Lansbury's "Tale as Old as Time".
Special thanks to the following vendors:
DJ/MC: Xclusive Deejays
Photo: Justin Worrall
Video: Colin Goodman
Cake: Sweet by Holly
Floral: Country Club Flower Shop
Hair & Makeup: Laura Reynolds Artistry