Leah & Gareth’s wedding disco Coombe Lodge
The Bride and Groom booked the platinum disco package for their wedding reception at Coombe Lodge on the 21st September 2019. After meeting with Gareth and Leah a couple of times to go over their wedding plans, I knew it was going to be a great wedding.
The evening started off with the Bride and Groom doing some sparklers outside with the wedding guests. Once they came back in it was time to cut the cake.
I introduced the happy couple to the dance floor while all the guests was clapping and cheering. They had a choreographed dance to Ne-Yo – Part Of The List, this was fantastic and everyone loved it. I can’t wait to see the video to this as I was hiding behind the DJ booth so the photographer could get some lovely shots.
Special groom’s men dance
After 3 songs there was a plan to get the bride and groom up to play the Mr & Mrs game. But this was just set up as the Groom and his ushers had a special dance for Leah. They did a fantastic job and I’m sure this video might go viral, I was looking from the back of the room and it was going great. The guests and the bride was loving every minute of it.
I did manage to take some pictures throughout the evening, you can see a few below and the rest you can find HERE. Please tag and share with your family and friends, I can remember taking one picture through the evening of a guy wearing a ladies hair clip, very funny.
There was loads of dancing throughout the night and loads of different shapes being thrown. A great night had by all, the big high of the night apart from the first dance and groom mens dance was I got asked to play Dexy Midnight Runners – Come On Eileen. This song was for Gareth’s mum, the reaction from everyone was just awesome, singing at the top of their voices.
The staff at the venue were very friendly and helpful. I love working at Coombe Lodge, it’s in my top 3 wedding venues.
Thank you so much for booking with us and we wish you both many years of happiness together. Have a lovely time on your honeymoon, safe travels.
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