12/2/10 Biltmore Hotel Wedding, Providence RI

Diana & Keith Herman wanted a reception that felt like there was very little downtime.  They had been to weddings in the past where they thought dinner had drug on too long before the party should have gotten started  The way we worked around that was to do less formalities in the beginning and spread them out throughout dinner so the night felt like it was always in forward motion.  After their first dance the maid of honor and best man gave their toasts and then first course was served right away.  After the second course Diana’s Dad came up and gave a welcome.  At the end of his speech he invited Diana’s mother to join him so then Diana could present her bouquet to her.  After that the bride took her Dad’s hand and led him to the middle of the dance floor for their special Father daughter dance.  Which was them followed the groom’s dance with his mother.  Entrees were served immediately after that.  At the end of dinner the bride and groom cut their cake while we played background music of How Sweet it Is’ by James Taylor.  From there it was dancing until the wee hours.  Sorry no pics – camera still on the fritz

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