A Wedding to Remember at The Mill Lakeside Manor in Spring Lake Heights NJ

Courtney and Adam’s wedding at The Mill Lakeside Manor in Spring Lake Heights, NJ can be summed up in one word: phenomenal! It was truly a wedding to remember.  To begin with, they both had a clear vision of how they wanted their day to evolve. They expected their guests to dance and have a great time celebrating their day! The party literally started with their entrance song: “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” by Bachman-Turner Overdrive. The guests were so enthusiastic and couldn’t wait to get on the dance floor, which they did the entire day. Their preferred wedding playlist included an eclectic mix of music that really worked for the crowd. Some of the songs were: “Bad Mama Jama” by Carl Carlton, “You Are (the Sun)” by Lionel Richie and “Let’s Groove” by Earth Wind and Fire. One of the most special and memorable moments came when we were asked to set aside some time to remember Courtney’s father. Every guest was asked to place a bandana on their head (similar to the one her dad would wear) and rock out to “Brick House” by the Commodores. It was an extraordinary moment filled with celebration instead of sadness. Their wedding ended as spectacularly as it began with two of their favorite songs: “Eternal Flame” by The Bangles and “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now” by McFadden and Whitehead. We were thrilled to be a part of Courtney and Adam’s wedding.

Adam and I got married on May 21st at the Mill in Spring Lake. Ben provided the music for the ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception. Everything was perfect. I am sure this has to do with all of the time and attention Ben put into making sure that everything was just how we wanted it to be. I was a bit worried at first because our wedding was in the daytime that people would not want to dance as much, but Ben made sure that everyone was out there for pretty much the entire reception. Thanks to Ben and the Create Excitement team for making our day better than I could have expected!

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