We get the chance to see some truly gorgeous sites on our travels around the Northeastern corner of the United States: lots of greenery, bodies of water, and architecture that could have been carved by the hands of the universe itself. It’s rare that we get to see even two of the three of these in one place; so if we see all three, we know we’ve won the lottery! And that was certainly the case this weekend when we got the chance to celebrate with Adrianny and Billy as they tied the knot!
Once it was made official at their off-site ceremony, the day called for some partying. So, upon arrival, the whole team was immediately ready for some cocktails! With our jazz trio, 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 bridal party entered to “Forever“! By the time that everyone settled, it was time for the main entrance of the night: the newlyweds! Adrianny and Billy entered their reception as the stars of the show, and to a stellar rendition of “I Want to Dance With Somebody!” In their debut dance as husband and wife, Adrianny and Billy spun around the dance floor to “Forever After All!” From there, it was time for the Mother/Daughter and Mother/Son dances! Adrianny and her Mother danced to “I Hope You Dance,” and Billy and his Mother danced to “Humble and Kind!” 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, from the pop of today and yesterday, to some sweet 70’s tunes! 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 final song of the night played, no one wanted to go home!