June 9th, 2012 Jason and Amy shared their vows to united them in holy matrimony in Hartford SD at St George’s Catholic church. Their wedding reception was right next door where 400 of their closest friends and family welcomed this new chapter in their young lives with food, family, and fun!
Little touches like the Candy Bar, 4 different flavors of cake, roast beef and chicken, and late night snacks made sure everyone had plenty to indulge in. The room was beautiful as well with an elevated head table with our amazing uplighting to match the bride and grooms chosen colors as well.
When it was time to give the speeches we had two absolute gems! Jason’s best man Kurt gave a great speech about the initial stages of Jason and Amys “relationship” and how Jason was attracted to the beautiful bride more about statistics (She average 10.2 ppg, 5.2 rbg off the bench at Augie as a TRUE Freshman) than most suitors and that Kurt and Jason’s well deserved reputation for a “bromance”
Not to be outdone Amy’s sister and maid of honor Sara gave a great recount of all Jason’s accomplishments including his ability to name every MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, and college players Name, Number, Averages, Age, and what their last birthday mean was.. Also he’s fluent in all languages and 3 that only he knows. All was going well until Sara couldn’t read the rest of the speech, because she couldn’t read Jason’s handwriting
The dance portion began with Jason and Amy sharing their first dance to Jason Mraz’s new songs “I Won’t Give Up”, followed by Amy and her Dad Dave, and Jason’s dance with his mom, Sheila. We shared the traditional chicken dance, dollar dance, and groomsman Dusty helped with the garter auction as well.
The dance floor was packed with awesome requestes from young and old and a couple special songs for Grandma and Grandpa Puthoff (Crystal Chandeliers by Charlie Pride & Beer Barrell Polka)!
It was great to work with Jason and Amy and it was a pleasure to meet all the family and friends who helped make this an amazing celebration! Also Thank you to Grandma Puthoff for saving yours truly a handmade batch of strawberry rhubarb jelly It’s a personal favorite and I’ll be happy to “Spread the Love” just like the label says…