On Saturday I traveled north of Pittsburgh to the Camelot Banquet Hall where I provided DJ service for Amanda and Dan’s wedding and reception.
This is the first time I have worked at the Camelot and I must say I was impressed. Linda and her staff did a wonderful job. The food and the service were outstanding!
For prelude music, Amanda and Dan selected Vitamin String Quartet. VSQ is an interesting and wonderful choice for ceremony prelude music.
For the bridesmaids processional I played Pachelbel’s Canon in D and for Amanda’s processional I played Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni.
The couple had a great, personalized wedding ceremony in which they shared their own vows. I was able to provide a wireless lapel microphone for the officiant which helped everyone hear the great letters the couple had written to one another. The microphone also helped everyone hear Amanda and Dan as they exchange their vows.
After the ceremony the couple selected an eclectic music mix for the cocktail and dinner hours. The mix included everything from Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra to Bruno Mars and Colby Caillat.
Amanda and Dan’s introduction into the hall had a Rocky theme as I played “Eye of the Tiger” for the parents and bridal party. Then I switched to the “Theme from Rocky” for the couple’s grand entrance.
A few other important songs that were played during the evening were; “Me and You” for Amanda and Dan’s first dance, “My Little Girl” for the father and daughter dance and “Because You Loved Me” for the mother and son dance.
The guests had a great time during the dancing portion of the evening. Amanda and Dan had a few favorites selected and then gave me the option to read the crowd and play music that would keep the guests dancing and having fun for the rest of the night.
I really want to thank Amanda and Dan for selecting my Pittsburgh wedding DJ service to be a part of their special day. It was a great night!