On behalf of Snyder Entertainment:
DJ/MC: Brian Snyder
Tech: Casey Davis | Photo Booth Attendant: Andy Dozier
This Mint Springs Farm summer wedding was full of love, golden glamour, and rustic touches. Maggie and Ben were surrounded by 250 family members and friends who came to witness as they became Husband + Wife. Maggie was a breathtakingly beautiful Bride as she came down the aisle to meet her handsome Groom, completed with a sweet ceremony officiated by Pastor L.H. Hardwick. After this couple said "I Do" their guests were ushered into an outdoor cocktail hour as Maggie and Ben got their first look at the reception barn. Their guests enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and soft music on the patio, until it was time to step inside the reception. The bridal party came into the reception barn with high energy to the song "You're the One That I Want" from the Grease soundtrack. Maggie + Ben went into their first dance, a hit song by Ray LaMontagne titled, "You Are The Best Thing." The Father-of-the-Bride, Steve, formally welcomed all of the guests and then dinner began. Following their dinner hour, Maggie and her Dad danced to "The Way You Look Tonight," by Steve Tyrell, and Ben and his Mom danced to "My Wish" by Rascal Flatts. After their special dances, the dance floor was open to all of the guests and it filled up very quickly! They danced to songs by Chris Stapleton, the Spice Girls and Silento to name a few. Aside from an energetic dance floor, another popular reception spot was their Snyder Entertainment provided photo booth. A gold sparkling backdrop, fun props, and a ton of pictures- the photo booth was packed all night with guests wanting to take pictures with the Bride. (To see, save, and share all of their photo booth pictures please click here!) Before the reception came to an end, Maggie and Ben invited all of their guests onto the dance floor for the last song, "You Make My Dreams Come True" by Hall and Oates. Afterwards, this couple made their way outside to a sparkler send off before leaving in their limo. They came to the farm as two individuals, Maggie and Ben, but left as one newlywed couple, Mr. and Mrs. Batts! Congratulations again, we are so happy that we were able to be a part of your incredible wedding day!
*All professional photos are property of Wharton Photography + all Photo Booth pictures are property of Snyder Entertainment.
Written by: J. McGee