It’s a tale as old as time. Boy and girl meet, boy and girl are just friends… then cut ten years forward in time, and they’re exchanging vows. And when we say a tale as old as time, we mean as old as a week ago–when Julia and Matt tied the knot! After so many weekends of intense heat, the A-List band got the chance to get out of the heat for a bit–and traveled their way to Skytop Lodge in Pennsylvania!
After a beautiful off-site ceremony, the day called for some partying. So, upon arrival, the party was immediately ready for some cocktails! With our jazz trio, Ronnie, Walter, Mike, the party enjoyed some gentle jazzy tunes, and plenty of delicious drinks! Everyone engaged in small talk, the beautiful views just outside of the gorgeous windows, and discussed the gorgeous ceremony! As the cocktail hour ended, the party was ready for something more serious… both in the way of food, and dancing!
Even if the weather were nice and mild, it was definitely time to heat things up! The party settled in for the reception, and the night was kicked off! After everyone took their seats, the parents, bridal party, and Bride and Groom all entered to “Can’t Stop the Feeling”, sung expertly by our very own Brian! By the time that everyone settled, it was time for the first dance! In their debut dance as husband and wife, Julia and Matt spun around the dance floor to “Lifetime”, in another expert rendition by Brian! From there, it was time for the Father/Daughter and Mother/Son dances! Julia and her Father danced to “You Are The Sunshine of My Life”, sung by Lauren, and Matt and his Mother danced to “The Man You’ve Become” sung by Jamie! There certainly was not a dry eye in house, so with this, the festivities turned for the even more exciting…
… and the dance floor was waiting! The entire party cut a rug to beloved hits such as “Just Dance”, “Baby”, “Dancin’ Queen”, “Fancy” and more! With the burn of dancing just as fresh as the burn of the drinks from the bar, the party was going strong! By the time that the clock struck midnight (aka, 10pm), and everyone’s dancing shoes had been sufficiently broken in, the party found themselves heading home. But it didn’t matter that the night was over–they had so much fun! (Almost just as much as we had playing music for them!) It was a perfect day, for sure, and no one knew that better than Julia and Matt–and they were looking forward to so many more. Cheers!