On Sunday September 6th 2009 we were at the Succop Conservancy located on West Airport Road in Butler Pennsylvania. The event was a wedding ceremony and wedding reception for Brian and Caitlin McGuirk.
Brian and Caitlin were married at Succop Conservancy in an outdoor wedding ceremony which started at 3:30 pm. Music for the wedding ceremony was performed live by a Classical Music Trio. We provided wireless microphones and a PA system for the ceremony.
At the conclusion of the ceremony, guests proceeded to the Marcraig House to enjoy cocktails and appetizers as the bridal party went for photographs.
Around 5:30 pm guests were invited to take their seats at the outdoor pavilion which is where the remainder of the wedding reception would be held. We then formally introduced the bridal party to “Sugar Magnolia” by the Grateful Dead. Caitlin and Brandon were then introduced to “All You Need Is Love” by the Beatles.
Immediately following the introductions, Caitlin and Brian shared in their first dance together as husband and wife to the song “That’s How Strong My Love Is” by Otis Redding.
Dinner was prepared by the culinary staff at Medure’s Catering from New Castle Pennsylvania and was served buffet style. Shortly after dinner, we invited the newlyweds to cut their wedding cake. For the cake cutting, they chose the song “Crazy Love” by Van Morrison.
Next, Caitlin danced with her father Mr. Paul Ruddy to “Lullaby” by Billy Joel and Brain danced with his mother Mrs. Lorraine McGuirk to the song “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong.
We then opened up the dance floor and throughout the remainder of the evening guests danced to songs by Michael Jackson, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Cupid, Usher, Tom Petty, Black Eyed Peas and more.
During the reception, we invited guests to join in singing “Happy Birthday” to Shannon McCoy, Tim Kelly and Della Ruddy who were each celebrating birthdays. We then invited the uncle of the groom Mr. Eric McGuirk to the dance floor as we played “Birthday” by The Beatles. Eric McGuirk turned 50 on September 07, 2009.
At 10:00 pm we invited guests to share in the last dance of the evening to “Tonight I’ll Be Stayin Here With You” by Bob Dylan.