When paramedic Joe and nurse Dawn got married on a beautiful June day, two families became one at the Lakes of the Four Seasons Clubhouse Restaurant. Uplighting, photo booth, monogram, and many other surprises were in store for their guests that night.
During the ceremony the couple and their five children put together different colors of sands to signify the coming together of their families. The vows and “I do’s” were heard by every guest thanks to a mobile sound setup.
The wedding’s signature color of purple appeared throughout the event including an outdoor fountain with water dyed a violet hue. Inside the room, the color scheme continued with purple uplighting and an assortment of purple candies on the candy buffet. Other decorations included a four-tired wedding cake, live kissing fish in the centerpieces and tables named “love,” “family,” etc.
Other slow dances included the bride and her father and the bride with her new father-in-law and the groom with his new mother-in-law. Then the bride did special dances with each of her three sons, and the groom danced with his sister and daughter.
The photo booth was a big hit as friends and family chose favorite props for their memento photo strip. A final highlight of the night was the releasing of Chinese lanterns to the song “We are young.” The paper lanterns were set on fire and sent up to sky. They were full of wishes for a happy life for the beautiful couple.
219 Productions provided indoor and outdoor disc jockey services for the wedding ceremony and reception along with uplighting, photo booth, and a monogram or gobo at the Lakes of the Four Seasons Clubhouse Restaurant in Lakes of the Four Seasons, Indiana.