March 9th, 2013 was a day full of laughter and love for Emily and Jacob as the celebrated with 250 of their closest friends and family at the Dakota Prarie Playhouse in Madison SD. The day was colder than average but the company was warm as aunts and uncles, parents and grandparents arrived with anticipation for the events to come.
The event center was decorated in a beautiful shade of blue with elegant uplighting all around the room. The Dallas Cowboys (Jacob’s favorite team) were represented as well with a wine bottle holder shaped like a slipper that adorned the head table. Needless to say this was going to be one fun filled night!
The bridal party was introduced to Nickelbacks – “Burn it to the Ground” much to the delight of the onlookers bearing witness to the evenings beginning events. The couple decided to cut the cake after arrival. The toast was executed perfectly by Pastor Hect and the meal was served. The selections of moist and tender meats (Chicken and Beef) were accompanied by salad, vegetables and the always delicious mashed potatoes and gravy.
The toasts were next in the evenings events with the best man Adam and Maid of Honor Leslie recited stories of days past recounting comical moments and more heartfelt memories as well
Last but not least THE DANCE! Jacob and Emily shared their first dance to Hunter Hayes – Wanted. Emily then escorted her father Larry to share a dance to T Carter’s Daddy’s Angel. Last but not least we have the Groom / Mother Dance with Jacob and his mom Patty danced to Rascal Flatts – My Wish.
The bridal party kicked off the open dancing with each and every one dancing to the Harlem Shake! All in all this couple were surrounded by loved ones who shared in the entire day!
Thank you to Jacob and Emily for allowing me to be your Master of Ceremonies and providing the soundtrack to your evening! You were amazing to work with and I sincerely hope we’re able to see you guys in the future! All the best to you both!
On Saturday. January 26th, Pinnacle Productions had the opportunity to work with Tyler and Jerica Phelps. The newly wed couple were married in Jamaica and chose to come back and have an amazing celebration with all their friends and family.
The stage was set, the invitations and rsvp’s were as well, and on Saturday, March 9th, Renae and Kelly chose to become husband and wife! They were married in a beautiful ceremony in nearby Colman, SD; and their reception immediately following at the Dell Rapids Event Center.
Their colors were purple and silver and the tables were decorated with table runners of these colors and elegant candle lighting for the evening. Renae is a “big fan” of old school rap/hip hop, so what a better grand march song to build enerty then “No Diggity”, by Black Street. Their friends and family cheered them on as they welcomed the couple to their reception!
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Friday, October 5th is the day Courtney married Chase , and became Mr. and Mrs. Weber!
The couple chose to have their wedding reception at the beautiful
Holiday Inn Express in Brandon, SD.
The reception began at 5:30pm with friends and family arriving. The
couple had a slide show prepared that scrolled through so guests could
enjoy during the cocktail hour. We did the bridal party introductions
around 6:15, and they joined everyone for the celebration to “I’m Sexy
And I Know It”, by LMFAO.
Tony’s Catering made a delicious meal and everyone enjoyed it!
We then heard toast from Brock, the best man; Amy, the maid of honor;
Jane, Courtney’s mom; Dick, Chase’s dad; and last of all was Dan,
Dan told a story of in August of’ ’93, Courtney was 6
years old, she was talking with her dad on the porch steps and she
asked her dad about marriage. Dan went on and explained it, and also
said that a good age to marry would be 32, Courtney said she thought
she would get married at 16 Dan asked what the guy was going to
look like that she was going to marry… Courtney replied, tall,
blonde, and very good looking!
After the couple cut the cake, we moved right into the dance. The
newly wed couple chose to dance to Ray LaMontagne, “Shelter”, for
their first dance. After the other formals we opened the dance floor
to all the friends and family that were there.
People danced in
celebration with the couple all night. We played a couple special
requests for some family traditions, and a lot of other dance
Congratulations Chase and Courtney Weber, Thank-you for allowing
Pinnacle Productions to be part of your wedding day!!!