Maroni Meadows Wedding in Snohomish, WA
DUBREEZY ENTERTAINMENT provided DJ entertainment for a wedding ceremony and reception at outdoor Snohomish County wedding venue Maroni Meadows over the weekend.
We did not get a chance to take many pictures or video at this wedding but it was a great celebration.
Maroni Meadows Wedding Ceremony
The couple provided a great playlist of music to be played during the prelude (guests arriving). Once the ceremony started, the following songs were chosen:
- Seating of the Parents, Wedding Processional Song – “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” by Queen
- Bride Processional Song – “Stick With Me Baby” by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
- Recessional Song – “Eight Days A Week” by The Beatles
At the conclusion of the ceremony, guests were invited to play games out on the lawn and enjoy cocktails out of mason jars that the bride and groom provided to all their guests.
Maroni Meadows Wedding Reception
The friendly staff at Maroni Meadows assisted with speaker movement after the ceremony for the reception while cocktail hour was taking place.
The couple provided a playlist of songs for cocktail hour too.
After cocktail hour, guests were invited to the tent for dinner which started with the bride and groom thanking everyone for coming.
Guests were dismissed to the buffet then toast started after everyone finished eating.
Shortly after toasts, guests were brought over to the dance floor area for dancing but not before the couple had their first dance.
- First Dance Song – “Love To Love” by Lady Danville
- Bride/Father Dance Song – “In My Life” by The Beatles
The groom and his mother joined the bride and her father on the dance floor as a joint dance.
- Wedding Party Dance Song – “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO
We opened up the dance floor with inviting all guests to join the wedding party on the dance floor.
After that it was non stop dancing until the end of the event. The bride and groom did cut the cake but decided not to make it a big deal as keeping the dance floor going was more important to them.
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