Tracey and Max were in great spirits in December, feeling the festive vibe and having plenty of family parties on the schedule. Max thought it was the perfect moment to propose to Tracey in front of family and friends. So he took advantage by popping the question with a mixture of cute gifts!
Both of them are a bit Christmas obsessed and they always got carried away with the spirit and traditions of it. Per usual, they had their Christmas Eve dinner with family and friends. Tracey was getting ready to go for Christmas Eve dinner when Max calls her over to his parents home and insists they exchange Christmas gifts.
Once at Max’s parents home, he began to hand Tracey a series of gifts with cute little notes attached. The first gift was a Make Bake Love book with the note “as you love to bake.” The second was an electric tooth-brush “to keep your perfect smile.” The third gift was a shower head filter “to keep your hair shining.” Next was a bottle of perfume “because this is how you smelled when I first met you.” Finally the last gift was a ring box with those magic words and the most beautiful ring inside “So will you marry me?” So cute! She cried and remained in that wonderful bubble of excitement and celebration for the whole of Christmas hardly able to eat, sleep or drink! What a super exciting proposal!
Tracey and Max’s wedding was at The Mill Lakeside Manor in Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey. Love was evident throughout the day with these two! Live music by a pianist from Around Town Entertainment started the day off right. The pianist filled the air with a calming instrumental rendition of “Pachelbel Canon in D” as guests took their seats for the ceremony at the outdoor patio. Surrounded by an assortment of white, gold, rose, blush, and champagne-colored florals, the bridesmaids and groomsmen were all smiles as they waited for the bride to meet the groom at the altar.
Tracey looked absolutely stunning as she walked down the aisle as the pianist played a cover of her favorite song, “Marry Me” by Train. The wedding dress she had on was so beautiful and complimented her figure perfectly. The tuxedo that Max and his groomsmen wore also looked amazing! As Max and Tracey exchanged vows, they couldn’t take their eyes off one another without smiling and giggling. After they made their first kiss as a married couple, they left the altar in dramatic style as the pianist performed an instrumental of one of the couple’s theme song- “They Bright” by Echosmith.
Immediately following that was the cocktail hour where there were plenty more love, happiness, and good vibes. A jazz trio from Around Town Entertainment filled the air with classic background music as guests mingled and relaxed over the spacious and nice landscaped outdoor area. The landscaping outside was beautiful as guests took lots of pictures by the lake. Also, they made sure to feed the swans!
Their wedding reception was even more impressive. The couple chose Around Town Entertainment’s Authority Band as the main act for the evening. Each special dance was choreographed and was so amazing to watch! Tracey and Max entered the building as the wedding band played a cover of “Sky Full of Stars” by Coldplay. Their first dance was beautifully choreographed to Mia and Sebastian’s instrumental theme “La la land.” After that, the father and daughter danced to Heartland’s “I Loved Her First.” The mother then danced with her son to “I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack.
To end the night, Max and Tracey surprised their guests with another choreographed dance to a cover of “Ten Feet Tall” by Afrojack. Many of their family and friends joined in leaving the newlyweds speechless as the wedding band had the crowd dancing all night long! What a moment!! It was so much fun!
Congratulations to Max and Tracey!
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