Seven Springs Resort Wedding PA

Anne and Levi could not have asked for better weather on their wedding day. There was plenty of sunshine and clear blue skies. Their friends and family joined them to witness their marriage at the St. Raymond of the Mountains church. After the ceremony, their reception was held at the Seven Springs Resort in Pittsburgh. Guests were treated to cocktails, a four course dinner, great music, and lots of dancing! John Parker Band provided the entertainment for the evening. Everyone had a blast putting on their dancing shoes and listening to some energetic tunes!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Couple

Michael Williams photographed the bride and groom throughout their special day.  Michael was kind enough to allow us to use his beautiful photos for this post. We can’t thank him enough!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Bridal Gown

Anne was a radiant bride. She styled her hair in soft ringlets, away from her face to show off that pretty smile! Her dress was timeless, sleeveless, and covered in lace. A sweet bow tied in the back and a small train completed her look.

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Classic Bride

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Maids of Honor

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Two Flower Girls

Two flower girls walked down the aisle carrying rose pom poms. How sweet are they? The aisle was lined with white bows and greenery. The couple exchanged their vows amid a stone altar and were showered with bubbles after the recessional. After that, it was time to party!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Church Ceremony

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding After Ceremony Bubbles

The bridal court were all decked out in the softest dresses. Perfect for an evening of dancing! And so pretty in a pale blue. The girls also carried pink, blue, and yellow blooms. What a lovely group of ladies!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Bridesmaids

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Bridal Bouquet

The florals were done by Barron’s Florals. Most of the arrangements consisted of roses, hydrangeas, and other assorted wildflowers. In fact, wildflowers were definitely the theme of the wedding, they could be found everywhere! On handmade signs, place settings, and of course at each table.

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Handmade Sign

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Table Centerpieces

Every table was different and unique, with large and small blooms. The table numbers resembled small chalkboards, as well as the “thank you” cards attached to bottles of champagne. So much thought was put in to the decor, we love it! The band was all set to make introductions and other special announcements, such as reminding guests to take plenty of photos with their phones and to use a special hashtag to celebrate the event.

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Heart Cookies

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Table

We can’t forget about the cake! White buttercream with a simple piping, adorned with their new initial and flowers. What flavor do you think they picked?

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding White Cake

When it was time for the bride and groom to have their first dance as husband and wife, John Parker Band  played “Better Place.” The bride also danced with her father to “My Wish” and the groom and his mother joined in to dance halfway through. More fun songs were played later in the evening, after a delicious formal dinner!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Dance

~Reception Soundtrack~

First Dance: Better Place, Rachel Platten

Bride & Father Dance: My Wish, Rascal Flatts

Groom & Mother Dance: My Wish, Rascal Flatts

Last Dance Song: Downtown, Macklemore

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Using Keyboard

John Parker had the honor of hosting “the shoe game” for the bride and groom. Two chairs were placed on the dance floor, back to back, and the couple gave one another one of their shoes. The couple raised up a shoe to answer questions about them, such as, “Who will control the TV remote?” What a great ice breaker- everyone was ready to have some fun now!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Reception Game

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Hosting Game

The bride and groom chose a mix of modern party hits and favorite oldies for the band to play. John Parker Band cranked out the music as guests headed to the dance floor. The band performed hits from Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Earth Wind and Fire, and the Temptations, just to name a few.

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Horns

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Dancing Reception

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding John Parker

Everyone had the best time, grabbing drinks from the bar, busting a move on the dance floor, and indulging in the sweet treats and smore’s outside. The music blasted all night, there’s no doubt this was an amazing party!

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Reception Party

Seven Springs Pittsburgh Wedding Newlyweds Dancing

We are so grateful to Michael Williams for sharing his gallery with us to put together this post. John Parker Band was thrilled to be a part of Anne and Levi’s wedding day. The evening went off without a hitch and everyone had such a good time! We hope you’ve enjoyed reading and look forward to speaking with YOU about your special day or event. Contact us today so we can discuss how to make your wedding a memorable one!

~Vendor List:~

Ceremony: St. Raymond of the Mountains

Reception: Seven Springs Mountain Resort

Photographer: Michael Williams

Florist: Barron’s Florals

Entertainment: John Parker Band

Ambassador Banquet Conference Center Erie PA ~ Maura and Joe

Maura and Joe are a very sweet, happy couple. The pair came through many obstacles to be together and were so excited to become husband and wife. The couple planned for a traditional wedding with all the trimmings- a beautiful church, venue, with gorgeous flowers, cake, and one of Pittsburgh’s best live bands to perform at their reception. Dreamscape played their favorite tunes and encouraged all their guests to get out on the dance floor at the Ambassador Center. The bride and groom could not have asked for more, their day was just as they imagined!

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Newlyweds Formal

The bride was a real beauty. With porcelain skin, natural makeup, and a swept up hair do, she must have taken the everyone’s breath away! Her off the shoulder wedding dress was covered in lace and her skirt was made of soft tulle. Her veil was pinned in the back and we love that she also wore a pretty headband.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Bridal Gown

Their ceremony took place at the St. George Catholic Church. Friends and family watched as the bride and groom exchanged rings and vows. The church was modestly decorated with two large flower arrangements at the altar and clusters of roses adorned the aisle.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Exchanging Vows

Their photographer, Rachel Lusky, took wonderful pictures of the bride and groom throughout their day. The relief and emotion was captured so well in this photo below. You did it! You’re married and now it’s time to party!

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Aisle

THANK YOU, John!  The reception was fantastic with Tammi and Dreamscape!  I told Tammi we had dancers, but I was amazed that no one sat down – the dance floor was full all night long!  And the fact that the band  all work so well together just made the evening flow perfectly.  It was a beautiful night! – Mother of the Bride.


Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Bridesmaids

Navy and coral are not two colors you see often at weddings! Which is a shame, because the colors certainly go together very well. We love the pop of coral against the bridesmaids cool blue dresses. We also love that while each dress was short in length (easy for dancing!), the styles were different. Way to go for personal style and comfort! These ladies look great!

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Groomsmen Outdoors

A formal pose of the groom with his groomsmen, in their charcoal gray suits and navy blue ties. Wearing big smiles and supporting the groom, we bet they were ready for some great music at the reception.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Reception Hall

The Ambassador Center looked so gorgeous! The couple decorated the space with white tablecloths, navy napkins, and coral floral arrangements. Sparkly chandeliers and elegant lighting added to the ambiance. A large dance floor was in view of every table with plenty of room to boogie down to Dreamscape band.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Reception Floral Arrangements

Let’s take a closer look at the floral arrangements. On a bed of greenery, the coral and pink roses and daises really looked popped! Alburn Florist did a wonderful job! Not to mention the bouquets- all creations of beauty.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Dancing

For their first dance the bride and groom chose a Beatles song- “Here, There, and Everywhere.” They asked Dreamscape to play a CD recording. The bride then danced with her father to “I Loved Her First”, performed live by the band. There was not a dry eye in the room!

~Reception Music Highlights:~

First Dance: Here, There, and Everywhere– The Beatles

Father/Daughter Dance: I Loved Her First– Heartland

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Father Daughter Dance

The wedding cake was simple and sweet. White, with a blue satin trim, and a crown of roses on top. The couple ordered their cake from Cindy’s Let Them Eat Cake. After all the guests had finished their entrees, cake was served, and the party began.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Blue Satin Cake

Dreamscape read the crowd and played songs to keep everyone on the dance floor. The band was rocking, guests of all ages loved the beat, loved the music. The bride and groom asked the band to play some classic rock as well as other popular party hits.

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Dreamscape Band Singer

Ambassador Center Pittsburgh Wedding Dreamscape Band Reception

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about Maura and Joe’s beautiful wedding. Rachel Lusky Photography certainly retold their wedding day flawlessly. If you’d like to see even more photos of their day, you can do so on her blog. There’s nothing we love more than being a part of a celebration like this one, full of love, joy, and laughter. If you’re hoping to find an awesome live band for your day or event, be sure to look no further than Dreamscape band. Contact us today so that we may answer any questions you may have. For more information on the vendors Maura and Joe used at their wedding, check out the vendor list below.

~Vendor List:~

Ceremony: St. George Catholic Church

Reception: Ambassador Banquet & Conference Center

Photography: Rachel Lusky Photography

Florist: Alburn Florist

Cake: Cindy’s Let Them Eat Cake

Entertainment: The Dreamscape Band

Nemacolin Woodlands Wedding Pittsburgh PA ~ Ryan and Jorjetta

Ryan and Jorjetta are a beautiful couple. The couple held their wedding at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort with an outdoor ceremony, grand ballroom reception, and live music. John Parker Band, a top Pittsburgh wedding band, was a part of their special day. The newlyweds incorporated their Greek and Bulgarian customs into the celebration, with the help of John Parker to play all the right music.

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Pose

Their photographer from Fineline Weddings was able to capture their love and devotion for one another flawlessly. We love this photo of the couple, that’s definitely one to cherish forever!

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Wedding Gown

The bride got ready for the day at the Chateau Lafayette, part of their expansive & opulent venue. Her mermaid gown was ivory, with a delicate pattern woven on the bodice, and fit the bride perfectly. She looked gorgeous! We love her no fuss hair and long veil.

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Bride Pose

The groom looked great in his blue tux. He wore a white shirt and dark blue bow tie. We bet everyone was excited for the reception, filled with dinner, dancing, and music!

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Groom Pose

John Parker provided a string trio to perform during their ceremony. The Strings played several pieces, including “Hornpipe”, “Claire de Lune”, and  “Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring”. The ceremony took place outdoors under a satin altar, with roses hanging down. Très romantic!

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Exchange Rings

~Ceremony Music~

Hornpipe, Jesu Joy of Man’s DesiringClaire de Lune: Prelude

Winter– Largo, Four Seasons- Vivaldi, Here Comes The Bride– Wagner: Processional

Wedding March – Mendelssohn: Recessional

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Walking Down the Aisle

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Groomsmen

The bride and groom chose gray, pink, and white for their color scheme. The groomsmen certainly looked the part in their sharp gray tuxedos. We love how the groom stands out among them in his dark blue suit! The crew was ready for a fun evening ahead.

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Bridesmaids

The bridesmaids wore gray dresses that were strapless, light, and airy. Absolutely perfect for some dancing later in the night with The Band! We love the sashes tied to all their bouquets.

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Venue

Take a look at this amazing photo of the Nemacolin Woodlands ResortFineline Weddings captured this shot of the couple right before heading off to cocktails. The strings trio played light music to entertain their guests as they nibbled on tasty treats.

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Reception Venue

Oh, what a set up! The tables were draped in lace overlays, gold china, and cute tuxedo wrapped menus. Votive candles sparkled and tall floral centerpieces decorated every table. Their florist, Neubauer’s Florist, did an excellent job!

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding White and Gray Wedding Cake

The ballroom was spacious, plenty of room to have a good party! The bride and groom danced to “All of Me” for their first dance. Next, the groom chose a song for his bride- “Gorchivo Vino”. Right after the song ended John Parker Band announced that it was time to join in on a traditional Greek dance!

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding First Dance Reception Venue

~Reception Highlights~

Bride & Groom Dance: All of Me– John Legend

Father & Daughter Dance: Daddy’s Angel– Anthony Carter

Mother & Groom Dance: The First Lady In My Life– Paul Todd

Special Requests: Bridal Party Entrance- Bust A Move, Greek Music

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Father Dance

John Parker Band first explained, and then led, the breaking of the bread tradition as guests were seated. The mother of the groom and bride took part in holding and feeding the bride and groom a piece of the bread. Then, the best man had to break the bread in half over their heads, symbolizing who would be the bread winner and big spender of the family! John Parker Band was happy to be a part of the fun tradition. Guests were treated to a sit down dinner as toasts began from various family members. Soon the bride would dance with her father to “Daddy’s Angel” and the groom with his mother to “The First Lady In My Life”.

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Groom and Mother Dance

The party really got rocking with some Bulgarian music. The bride and groom knew how important it was to their family to play familiar music. The band was able to play many of the songs they requested & DeeJay all the rest. Another Greek tradition is the money dance, which everyone danced and cheered, tossing money around. Doesn’t that look like a blast? That’s a great shot below of everyone having a good time!

“The band did a wonderful job! The night was a big hit. Everyone was very impressed with the professionalism of the band and the quality of the entertainment John and his group provided.” -Groom

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Money Dance

The newlyweds had a huge list of songs for John Parker Band to play. Many of their choices were top party hits from today with a mixture of classics, such as “Twist and Shout” and “Summer of 69”. There was never a dull moment at this wedding and there was something for everyone to enjoy, including a complete fireworks display and an after party with John Parker playing DJ music!

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding John Parker Band Peforming

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Reception Dancing

Nemacolin Woodlands Pittsburgh Wedding Fireworks Display

Ryan and Jorjetta had a fabulous wedding with all their friends and family. The Nemacolin Woodlands Resort was the perfect venue for their nuptials and celebration. Fineline Weddings took beautiful photos of their day that the couple will cherish for many years to come. We hope you enjoyed viewing them as much as we did!

We’d like to thank Ryan and Jorjetta for having the John Parker Band at their wedding. The band was able to provide strings at the ceremony, live music at the reception, and even acted as a DJ at the after party! What more can you ask for? This premier band truly has everything to offer. We’d love to chat with you about your upcoming wedding or event! Be sure to contact us today to book Pittsburgh’s Best Wedding Band.

~Vendor List:~

Ceremony & Reception: Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Photographer: Fineline Weddings

Florist: Neubauer’s Florist (Ceremony)

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort (Reception)

Entertainment: John Parker Band

Tamiko & Justin Pittsburgh Wedding~ University Club

Tamiko and Justin had a fairy tale wedding. The couple held their ceremony at a traditional cathedral church with all their friends and family in attendance. Their reception, which took place at the University Club in Pittsburgh, was the perfect spot to celebrate their nuptials. A top live Pittsburgh based band was enlisted to perform for their guests and everyone joined in on the fun, especially the groom and his groomsmen!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Newlyweds

These are just some of the amazing photos that their photographer, Elizabeth Craig, captured of City Heat and the groomsmen having a great time. The night ended with a sparkler send off of the newlyweds. What an awesome day!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Flower Girls Ceremony

The couple exchanged their vows at the Heinz Chapel. We love this photo of the flower girls walking down the aisle. The chapel was stunning, with stained glass windows, lanterns, and flower pom poms.

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Exchange Rings

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Ceremony Location

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Bridal Gown

The bride was a beauty in her tulle gown. The bodice was covered in a delicate overlay of lace and flared out at the bottom. We loved her long veil and bouquet of roses.

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Groom

Truly a man of style, the groom looked the part in his gray suit. He must have been anxious to perform with City Heat – (which he did) later at the reception!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Court Outdoors

The bride and groom chose pink and gray as their color scheme. The bridesmaids were elegantly dressed in soft pink dresses. The groomsmen wore gray suits and awesome socks, featuring their favorite superheroes!  We bet they were all looking forward to dancing the night away with the band!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Groomsmen Wearing Fun Socks

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Formal Bridesmaids Outdoors

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Bridal Bouquet

The bride’s bouquet was a true work of art created by their florist, Bella Floral. The bouquet was a mixture of pale roses and baby’s breath.

~Reception Sountrack~

Bridal Party Entrance: Busta Move, Young MC

Cake Cutting: You Are So Beautiful, Joe Cocker

Bride/Father Dance: I Loved Her First, Heartland

Groom/Mother Dance: My Wish, Rascal Flatts

First Dance: Everything, Michael Buble

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding First Dance

After the ceremony guests headed to the University Club for cocktails. City Heat was ready to announce the bridal party to the song “Busta Move”. Guests were treated to a sit down dinner and listened to toasts before the bride changed into a different dress- much easier to dance in! She danced with her groom to “Everything” for their first dance.  The groom and his mother danced to “My Wish”. And a special song was played by City Heat for the bride to dance with her father to “I Loved Her First”. What a tear jerker!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Groom and Mom Dance

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Father

The band had the pleasure of announcing a special surprise for the groom. A grooms cake was made for him in the shape of a Les Paul guitar. The groom had no idea the bride had this in store for him! To make the moment even more memorable, City Heat played a recording of “Over the Rainbow”. How incredible is that guitar cake!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Grooms Cake

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Bride and Groom Cake Cutting

Bella Christies also made a three tiered wedding cake for the bride and groom. It was adorned with pink roses and rested on top of a gold platter.

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Cake Feeding

The band was eager to start the party and get guests out on the dance floor. City Heat played top hit songs, oldies, and popular party & wedding reception hits. The couple requested a few songs, such as “Superstition” and “My Girl”. They also went through the band’s extensive song list to pick out more tunes they knew everyone would enjoy. City Heat was able to deliver and rocked the house, with the help of the groom and his groomsmen!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Playing Music Reception

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Watching Performance Reception

City Heat was terrific. We received compliments all night! My only complaint was that time went too fast! Everyone enjoyed themselves and it made the wedding perfect!” -Mother of the Groom

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Performing at Reception

The night was an absolute blast as City Heat continued to play tunes that brought everyone out to the dance floor. You know it’s a good party when no one wanted the night to end!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Having a Good Time

When it was time to say goodbye to the bride and groom, everyone gathered outside to hold up sparklers for the bride and groom. What a perfect way to end the celebration. We wish them many years of happiness and love!

University Club Pittsburgh Wedding Sparkler Sendoff

Tamiko and Justin had a beautiful wedding. City Heat was honored to be a part of their day. Everyone was amazed by their talent and professionalism. Truly, a great wedding band! Are you planning your special day or event? Give City Heat a call today to discuss the details of your big day! For even more information on the vendors Tamiko and Justin used for their wedding, including their photographer Elizabeth Craig Photography, take a look at the list below. You can also view a short video of their day here.

Tami and Justin’s Wedding Feature Film from ChristinaMontemurro

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

~Vendor List:~

Ceremony: Heinz Memorial Chapel

Reception: University Club

Photographer: Elizabeth Craig Photography

Videographer: Christina Montemurro

Florist: Bella Floral

Cake: Bella Christies

Entertainment: City Heat


Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh Wedding~ Molly and Andy

Molly and Andy had a classy wedding celebration. The Hotel Monaco in Pittsburgh was the perfect fit for their ceremony, outdoor cocktail hour, and reception. Having every part of your wedding at the same location is so convenient, and easy, for friends and family! Especially when the venue is as beautiful as the Hotel Monaco. With high ceilings, retro carpeting, and a large dance floor, there was nothing more the couple could have asked for. Except- an awesome live band!

The couple knew they wanted to have a great party and chose a the best Pittsburgh Wedding band to perform at their reception; John Parker Band. The band played top hits and made their reception one memorable night!

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Their photographer, Christina Montemurro, took advantage of the many photo opportunities the venue had to offer. There were plenty of spots for beautiful photos indoors and outdoors. The bride and groom opted to do a first look before their ceremony. What a special moment, seeing each other in their finest- the bride in her white dress and the groom in his suit. We adore how lovingly looked at one another in the photo above.

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The bride’s gown was sleek and elegant. Her dress had a high neckline, a beaded belt, and pleated skirt. Her makeup made her eyes pop and her smooth up-do held her veil in place. What a great dress to dance in too, later in the night!

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The bride’s bouquet had purple, gold, and white flowers. It was absolutely stunning and was put together by florist, My Garden Floral. If you look closely, you can even see some fruit in the mix! How unique.

Hotel Monaco-Pittsburgh-Wedding-Groom-Before-Ceremony

We love this photo of the groom as he waited to see his bride. The black and white curtains were a cool backdrop for this photo. Christina Montemurro and her team sure knew how use backdrops and lighting to their advantage! Just wait till you see the photos taken of John Parker Band at the reception.

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We love when a bride allows her bridesmaids the freedom to chose their style of dress. Wearing the same shade of purple, the girls looked lovely, some wearing strapless, one shoulder, and or a V-neck. They all carried bunches of white roses and were so pretty! There’s no doubt that these ladies would have a blast at the reception- short dresses are so fun to dance in!

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Even though the groom saw his bride before the ceremony, he looked just as happy and amazed her as he watched his bride walk down the aisle.

~Ceremony Music:~

Processional: Ray LaMontagne- You Are the Best

Bride: Adele- Make You Feel My Love

Recessional: Amos Lee- Windows Are Rolled Down

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During the ceremony the band played pre-recorded music as requested by the bride and groom. Take a look at this impressive space. There was a long runner scattered with rose petals, white backed chairs, and a funky carpet. Not to mention the silhouette of the couple as they await to be announced husband and wife.

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Cocktail hour took place outdoors on the rooftop of the Hotel Monaco. Guests were able to take in the amazing view of the city. Soon the doors to the ballroom would open and John Parker Band would be ready and waiting to introduce the bridal court. A night of fun was about to begin!

Hotel Monaco-Pittsburgh-Wedding-Reception-Centerpieces

Inside the ballroom the decor was modern and elegant. The black table tops had white and cream floral arrangements. The band was all set in front of the dance floor. So much room to dance! John Parker Band waited for everyone to be seated and announced the bridal court.

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For their first dance the bride and groom chose the song “El Camino”. After toasts, the groom shared a dance with his mother to “Standing on the Moon”.  The couple requested a few other specialty songs, such as “Wagon Wheel” and “Shake It Off”.

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~Reception Soundtrack:~

First Dance: El Camino– Amos Lee

Groom & Mother Dance: Standing on the Moon– Grateful Dead

Specialty Songs: Wagon Wheel– Old Crow Medicine, Shake it Off– Taylor Swift

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Hotel Monaco-Pittsburgh-Wedding-Pie-Collection

Instead of going the traditional route and having a cake at their wedding, the couple had an array of pies! How amazing do they look? We love this idea. Lemon meringue, berry, and cherry cobbler! They must have been delicious.

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The evening really got going after dessert was served. John Parker Band made it their mission to read the crowd and play hits to keep everyone on the dance floor. With a list of over a hundred songs to chose from, there was never a moment the band did not know what to play. The bride and groom enjoyed themselves and so did their guests.

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Thank you for making our wedding so memorable. The band was truly amazing! Our guests had such a fantastic time. We feel lucky to have had you at our wedding!” –Bride and Groom

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The band was really rocking it that night! The dance floor was packed. The band loves to get the crowd involved by offering the microphone to guests. Care to sing along?

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These photos are the best, showing how much fun every guest had at the wedding. What a night to remember!

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Molly and Andy’s wedding was truly a memorable event. The John Parker Band was honored to be a part of their special day and had a wonderful time performing for their friends and family. We are so grateful to their photographer, Christina Montemurro, for sharing so many photos with us. You can view more from Molly and Andy’s wedding on her blog. She is truly a gifted photographer! We hope you’ve enjoyed the photos as much as we did.

If you are looking for amazing live entertainment for your wedding or event, look no further than John Parker Band. For all questions and inquires, don’t hesitate to contact them today! We would love to hear about your special day and make it spectacular.

~Vendor List:~

Ceremony: Hotel Monaco

Reception: Hotel Monaco

Photography: Christina Montemurro

Florist: My Garden Floral

Dessert: Hotel Monaco

Entertainment: John Parker Band