We’ve been all over the northeastern corner of the United States, and we love to travel! Whether it be at a venue with a beautiful view of the Big Apple skyline, a romantically classic clubhouse in Connecticut, or a scenic riverside New Jersey hall, we always have a great time lending music to weddings! Every locale has its charm, but there is something extra special about the simplicity of the more rustic settings. And this weekend we got to spend some time in a delightful spot: Arrow Park in upstate New York, celebrating Kristen and Michael!
Surrounded by the absolutely stunning garden, guests were immediately welcomed by the beautiful musical collaboration of our Around Town Entertainment pianist and cellist! The dynamic duo played plenty of gorgeous tunes, including “You Are The Reason” and “Can’t Help Falling In Love”; and by the time they played “Love On Top” as the recessional, everyone was wiping tears from their cheeks! Kristen and Michael were officially wed!
From there, the party made their way inside the mansion, where the cocktail hour had already begun! Our jazz trio were all set and ready to go! The guests could hardly stop their grooving. By the time the hour was up, everyone was ready to do some more dancing… after some dinner and some exciting romantic moments, of course!
Inside the courtyard tent, the guests took their seats, and we got the night started! The band’s rendition of “Big Energy” was exactly what the reception called for–and it welcomed Kristen and Michael as they made their debut as husband and wife! Shortly thereafter, they took the floor, and Katrina crooned out their first dance, “I Love You, Baby”!
After so many beautiful moments, the party was ready for their chance to cut loose. And good thing, too, because we brought our A game! From Taylor Swift to Elton John, and everything in between, the guests had plenty to great songs to dance to! That said, we made sure to include some of Kristen and Michael’s favorites. From the band’s stellar take on “Juice”, to “Sugar We’re Going Down Swinging”, and a roof-raising “Mr. Brightside”, we definitely had some highlights! When the clock struck ten, and our carriage turned into a pumpkin, hardly anyone wanted to go home–including us! Congratulations to the happy couple!