Well, her name’s not REALLY Adelaide but she played her when we did “Guys and Dolls” together senior year in high school.
This wedding was a very special one all around. A lot of heart and soul went in to this wedding and I’m so thrilled that my dear friend Kim asked me to tag along on her very special day.
This whole wedding was a big deal for all of the people involved. Months before this wedding was to take place, Kim’s mom was diagnosed with cancer and given only a little while to live. The party planning went in to overdrive to make sure Kim’s mom could see her little girl get married. Unfortunately, the cancer took her mom and she was unable to be there for the special day. The wedding plans went on as scheduled and we made it the most special day we could for Kim, her new husband Joe, and her father.
Kim and Joe were surrounded by love that day, for sure.
The whole day took place at the beautiful Cobblestone Farm in Ann Arbor. I’ve been there before, and that place never ceases to amaze me.
I was involved with both the ceremony and reception music and both music choices were beautiful and elegant.
The ceremony was held upstairs in the barn and then the party moved downstairs to the reception floor.
The bridal party entered the reception to “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz. A lot of great energy to get the party going, that’s for sure.
We also had the pleasure of meeting a new friend from Mammoth Booth. If you’ve read the blog or seen any of our previous posts, you know that we love our boys over at Mammoth Booth and we got to work with another cool cat, Doug. Thanks to Mammoth Booth for letting me catch up with some high school chums. Here’s just a little piece of the fun we had thanks to MB.
It was good to see you again, friend. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for allowing me to share with you and Joe in your most special of days. I know your mom is proud of you. She’s looking down with love on the two of you.