Nikki and Adam’s wedding brought on the brightness of early summer with a vivacious purple and yellow color scheme that was nothing short of a feast for the eyes. Of course, it wasn’t just the decor that made this wedding exciting! The fun-loving guests + the foot-tappin’ music of the John Parker Band = one fantastic evening.
The generous Christina Pocratsky has generously provided us with some of her fantastic pics from Nikki and Adam’s wedding day.
The wedding ceremony took place in the rustic Whyel Chapel right in Jumonville. The bride and groom said their vows before a modest altar covered in white peonies and yellow roses, which flawlessly matched the bride’s bouquet.
After saying their “I do”s and taking more photos than they could count, the wedding party headed out for a fun reception night. The Hopwood Social Hall – where the reception took place – was aglow thanks to the elaborate rhinestone chandeliers and elegant floating tea light centerpieces. Darin Myers made sure that everything ran smoothly for the evening. After enjoying dinner, the space transformed into a rockin’ dance party in no time flat!
First Dance: “Then” by Brad Paisley
Father/Daughter Dance: “Secret of Life” by James Taylor
Mother/Son Dance: “Forever Young” by Rod Stewart
Songs of Note: “Country Roads” by John Denver
“Thank you and your band members for making Adam and Nikki’s wedding reception so much fun…you are absolutely fantastic.”
– Father of the Groom –
With over 300 guests at this wedding, you can be sure that the dance floor was never empty! Everyone had a night to remember, all to the music of Pittsburgh’s most fun wedding band.
Need to add a little spice to the dance floor to get your friends and family movin’ and groovin’? Then contact the John Parker Band for more information about their services!