On Saturday we were at Westminster Preserve at Armstrong Farms in Saxonburg PA. The event was a wedding ceremony and wedding reception for Jacob and Jessica Lubert.
Jessica & Jake were married in an outdoor wedding ceremony held in front of the pond at Westminster Preserve. Guests began to arrive at Armstrong Farms at 3:30 pm as we played prelude music. The wedding ceremony started at 4:00 pm as Jessica & her father, Mr. John Ford, arrived in a horse drawn carriage. After exiting the carriage, Jessica proceeded down the aisle where Jake was anxiously awaiting with Pastor David R. Morgan. The wedding ceremony lasted approximately 25 minutes and included a “Sand Ceremony” instead of the traditional Lighting of the Unity Candle.
At the conclusion of the ceremony, Jacob and Jessica were picked up by the horse drawn carriage and taken for photographs. Guests were invited to the barn for cocktails and appetizers as the bridal party met up with the bride & groom for photos.
Shortly after 6:00 pm we formally introduced the bridal party into the barn to “Get Ready For This” by 2 Unlimited. Next, we introduced Jessica and Jacob to “Oh Yeah” by Yello. After the introductions, the newlyweds cut their wedding cake to “Hungry Eyes” by Eric Carmen. Guest then watched an 8 minute photo montage which we created featuring Jessica & Jacob. Next guests headed outside of the barn to a large white tent where dinner was served. Dinner was prepared by Dee Dee’s Catering and was served buffet style.
After dinner we invited Jacob and Jessica to share in their first dance together as husband and wife to “One Boy, One Girl” by Collin Raye. Jessie & Jake then danced with the bridal party to “Everything” by Michael Buble. Next, Jessica requested a special dance with her father Mr. John Ford to “ My Little Girl” by Tim McGraw and Jacob danced with his mother Mrs. Debbie Lubert to “I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack.
Throughout the remainder of the evening, guests danced to songs such as “Hoedown Throwdown” by Miley Cyrus, “Cupid Shuffle” by Cupid and more. At 10:30 pm we invited the guests to share in the last dance of the evening to “Wonderful Tonight” by Eric Clapton.