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Monday, January 25, 2010

Who was that man?

Was he a wedding crasher? Maybe a kid trapped in a man's body? I may never find out...

Everyone was in the mood to dance. But there was one particular man who stood out more than any other person. It was not because he wore a bright-red Hawaiian shirt. It was not because he actually danced with a chair at one point. (no joke) He stood out because he yelled "WOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOO!" while he danced...ALL NIGHT. I'm surprised he didn't lose his voice! This guy must have danced with every single person at the reception. You know that saying "there's one in every crowd"? Well, he was that "one". Here's a classic shot of him defying gravity with another man. (photo by Kristin Jacobson ) As you can see by this picture, the guests loved him. Of course, the guests were in party-mode so they loved everything. The reception for Jennifer and John was held at Ralston Hall in Belmont. 120 Guests were in attendance for this lively reception. What a fun night! No bouquet. No garter. Just lots of dancing.

First Dance: "At Last" - Etta James
Father-Daughter: "What A Wonderful World" - Louis Armstrong
Farewell Dance: "Your Everything" - Keith Urban
Odd request of the night: "Fat Bottomed Girls" - Queen (requested by the bride!)


  1. Anonymous10:55 PM

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  2. Jennifer10:02 AM

    As the Bride, I must say that Rich kept the music lively for the entire group, including the man in the hawaiian shirt! Our wedding was fantistically fun all night long! By the way, the man in the Hawaiian shirt was an invited guest, that is always that fun and lively (and sober at this time), and maybe a little bit of a man/child, but we love him!

  3. Thanks Jennifer! What a great night. That man added so much personality to the wedding. He was a lot of fun. What a night...glad you had enjoyed it.