This was probably one of the shortest planning periods EVER. Charles and Debra (Heidi’s parents) contacted us 3 weeks before Heidi & Jobie’s big day. Needless to say, it was crunch time from the moment they booked us. But that’s what we do best…pressure makes diamonds, right?

Well, it certainly did because this was another fun and exciting wedding for us! This was also a first for us in another way. Normally we stick to just the music aspect of things. But, with Brett’s experience in video production, he was asked to put a video slideshow together of the bride and groom and it was a hit!

The reception was held atop the rotunda at the Hyatt Regency in Dearborn, MI. That’s right. The rarely used 18th floor of the building set the stage for what would be a very small, quaint, and fun wedding reception.

The bride and groom entered the reception in style. After dinner, they danced to "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts. The bride and her father danced to "Butterfly Kisses" by Bob Carlisle. The mother of the groom and her son shared a dance to the very first song ever used for a mother/son dance: "A Song For My Son" by Mikki Viereck.

The rest of the night just spun in circles. Literally. After dinner, the floor of the Rotunda room slowly inched around providing an awesome view of the Dearborn fireworks, the Detroit skyline, and the Henry Ford property down below.

Thanks again for having us on board for a very memorable occasion!
 


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