And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided ceremony sound and reception entertainment for the marriage of Casey and Sadie held at the Brookmere Inn and Wineries. The happy brides were united in marriage by Bonnie Kline-Smeltzer. Casey was garbed in a white, three quarter length sleeve, lacey, bridal gown while her hair was adorned with a wreath of flowers. Sadie was garbed a black lace, with a gold undertone, sleeveless gown with a chaplet of flowers in her hair. Both brides wore bridal gowns from Ava Laurenne Bridal. Casey and Sadie’s attendants were attired in a rainbow of whimsical, rich earthy colors such as forest green and ocean blue which were inspired by their theme, The Lord of the Rings.

Harrison’s Eatwell Catering staff presented the guests with tempting hors-d’œuvres and a magnificent meal. Avant Garden created the beautiful bouquets, corsages, boutonnières, and wreaths. Dolce Vita Desserts crafted a colorfully gorgeous wedding cake, chocolate, and vanilla cupcakes. Donuts were also available for guests to partake and enjoy. Claudia Harris captured those beautiful and glorious moments between the happy brides, family, and friends throughout the day and evening.

Casey and Sadie made history dancing to Howls Moving Castle’s “Merry Go Round of Life.” The happy brides did not perform the traditional parent dances, but they chose two special songs that guests could dance with a parent or child symbolizing the parent dances. Casey’s brother, Ben, performed a few songs with his band, the Blue Chickens, an up-and-coming State College group. The arrival of Dr. Lawrence Keener-Farley, Dance Master, for the Civil War Dance Foundation and members provided an entertaining hour of Civil War dancing. Guests were taught to line dance to a variety of songs that had people laughing, clapping, and enjoying the experience of nineteenth century dancing. The night ended with Bill Medley and Jennifer Warne’s “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” which illustrated the entire day.

Thank you, Casey and Sadie for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck as you begin your married life together!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of DJing with Silent Sound System at the Pennsylvania Bus Association’s fun-filled Silent Disco reception at the Wyndham Garden State College.  A Silent Disco is a music filled event with DJs mixing music and guests wearing headphones that minimize noise pollution and disturbance.  Guests wear headphones and have access to three separate transmissions of music from three separate DJs.  If they do not like the song on one channel, they may change to another and continue singing and dancing.  The only people that know what is being played by the DJ are the people wearing headphones tuned into a specific channel.  The colors seen on each headphone set indicate what DJ they are listening to at that time.

Silent Discos became popular during the nineties when raves were causing music disturbances to neighbors.  Today, they are being utilized in a variety of businesses.  A backpack is also available that provides the feeling of a subwoofer.  The bass of a song is transmitted to a person wearing the backpack.  So, the thumping beat can be felt even though no speakers are being utilized to transmit the music.

The Pennsylvania Bus Association is a nonprofit organization representing private bus companies.  They represent the business and governmental interests of private bus companies that operate in Pennsylvania.  One of their missions is to promote motorcoach travel through tourism or charter service.  Each year they have an annual meeting.  This year, Happy Valley Adventure Bureau helped create the four-day event with a variety of fun-filled experiences alongside business opportunities.

Each guest was given headphones to wear and taught how to tune into the three different channels.  They then gravitated to the dance floor and began to dance.  It was fun to watch the different colors on the headphones intermix on the dance floor.  One person might be dancing to a song the blue channel and another on the red or green.  It didn’t matter what color guests listened to at the time, but all were dancing and having fun.

Thank you, Silent Sound System and the Pennsylvania Bus Association for allowing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be part of your amazing event! 

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided music and sound for the nuptial ceremony followed by the wedding celebration of Jacob and Colleen at the Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center.  Jacob and Colleen were joined together by Reverend Stephen Hicks.  The theme for the wedding centered around the fairytale Beauty and the Beast.  Colleen was stunning in her off the shoulder, lace bridal gown from Allure Bridal, and she wore a gorgeous tiara reminiscent of Belle’s in Beauty and the Beast.  Her bridesmaids were garbed dark red, off the shoulder gowns.  Jacob and his groomsmen were attired in dark blue suits with dark red ties.

The Penn Stater’s Delyn Walker, Conference and Catering Manager, and her staff supplied the wedding guests with tempting hors-d’œuvres and a tantalizing meal.  Evolve Studio LLC coiffed the bride, bridal party, bride’s mother, and groom’s mother.  Boustany Film Company captured those momentous moments through pictures and video of the happy couple, family, and friends.  Guests were busy behind Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG red camera throughout the night.  And We Danced DJ Entertainment kept the wedding couple and guests dancing the entire night.

Jacob and Colleen began their wedding celebration with Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”  Their first dance was followed by the special parent dances with the bride and groom.  Once the dance floor was opened to guests, the lights were dimmed, and the music began to pull people to the dance floor.  And We Danced DJ Entertainment crafted a phenomenal light show that showcased the music guests were tripping the light fantastic to on the dance floor, and the crowd requested two encores before officially ending the reception.

Thank you, Jacob and Colleen for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck as you begin your new life as husband and wife! 

And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided musical entertainment at One Blue Village’s Blue White Scholarship Breakfast at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center prior to the Penn State Blue White football game.  One Blue Village is a non-profit youth organization founded by Carmen and former Penn State football player Lee Rubin.  The energetic couple had a host of celebrities supporting their efforts to raise money to help young, high school individuals empower themselves and further their education.  Many of these fine individuals were present at the breakfast and voiced their happiness with the Rubin’s and One Blue Village’s efforts with programs to help promote them in being better individuals and obtaining promising job opportunities with either a trade school or college.

The One Blue Village event began with music provide by And We Danced DJ Entertainment, guests strolling around the silent auction full of Penn State football memorabilia, Lee Rubin remarking on the event, Dwayne Fitzpatrick’s invocation and moment of silence, following a meet and greet, and a delectable breakfast buffet.  Once guests had a chance to enjoy their meal, Lee introduced the main speaker for the event, former American football tackle and former Penn State football alumnus, Garry Gilliam. 

Garry spent time talking about his childhood leading up to attending the Milton Hershey School and finally attending Penn State and playing football.  Today, Garry works closely with young individuals especially from his former school in Hershey, Pennsylvania.  He tries to help these people engage in academics and athletics like the One Blue Village endeavor.   Following Garry, a student spoke of One Blue Village’s work in helping him do well in school, find a job, and attending college in the coming future.  Carmen and Lee ended the event with awards, the winners of the silent auction, and a thank you to all who have helped their non-profit organization.

Thank you, One Blue Village for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your Blue White Scholarship Breakfast.

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment performed at the wedding celebration of Haley and Noah held at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. The happy couple were united in marriage by Sarah Voight at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in State College, Pennsylvania. Haley wore a bewitching white, three-quarter length sleeved, lacey, and beaded gown from Formalities by Tracina Fisher. The theme for the event was fall coloring featuring brown, plum, and peach colors. The bridal attendants were garbed in delightful plum gowns. Noah and his groomsmen were arrayed in brown tweed jackets displaying a hint of orange and gray pants.

The Penn Stater’s Delyn Walker, Conference and Catering Manager, and her staff presented the guests with tempting hors-d’œuvres and a magnificent meal. Avant Garden created the beautiful bouquets, corsages, boutonnières, and table arrangements. Delectable Delights by Heather crafted a gorgeous, tiered wedding cake with two white dogs as the top centerpiece. The featured dogs resembled the two dogs that are part of Haley and Noah’s family. The Mane Style coiffed the bride, bridal party, and bride’s mother. Bob Lambert captured those beautiful and glorious moments between the bride, groom, family, and friends throughout the day and evening.

Noah and Haley love the classic songs spanning from the 1960s through the 1980s in addition to modern classics. Haley belonged to a swing dance club in college, and many of her friends showed that they could jitterbug and perform ballroom dancing moves. Noah and Haley began the night dancing to Etta James’ “Sunday Kind of Love.” And We Danced DJ Entertainment opened the dance floor, and friends and family began to shake their booty to the music. Noah requested the “Chicken Dance” be played, and he shook his feathers alongside Haley, family, and friends to the timely classic. Haley’s grandfather, who is in a wheelchair, led the dancers in a conga line around the room. Throughout the night, guests were laughing, smiling, and dancing to the beat. In the end, family and friends congregated around Noah & Haley while they danced their final dance of the night.

Thank you, Haley and Noah for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck as you begin your new life as husband and wife!

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State College, February 25, 2022. — And We Danced DJ Entertainment was announced as a winner of the 2022 WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards®, an accolade representing the top wedding professionals across the board in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism reviewed by couples on WeddingWire, a leading wedding vendor marketplace. The 14th Annual Couples’ Choice Awards honor top wedding vendors worldwide.

To determine these distinguished wedding professionals, WeddingWire analyzed reviews within its Vendor Directory across more than 20 service categories—from venues and caterers to florists and photographers—to find the most- and highest-rated vendors of the year. The winners exhibit superior professionalism, responsiveness, service and quality when interacting with the millions of couples who turn to WeddingWire to help with their wedding planning process each month.

Wedding professionals who win WeddingWire Couple’s Choice Awards® are members of WeddingPro, a leading B2B wedding brand. A marketplace and community for wedding professionals, WeddingPro connects businesses with more than 13 million unique monthly visitors who are planning weddings on WeddingWire and The Knot, as well as with hundreds of thousands of pros in the industry. Through its online marketplaces, educational programs and community-building events, WeddingPro is dedicated to helping wedding professionals build relationships with couples and pros that grow their businesses.

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About And We Danced DJ Entertainment

Professional wedding DJs since 1994! The answer for experienced and professional DJs and event services in State College and Altoona, Pennsylvania, And We Danced is a full time entertainment business in Central Pennsylvania’s Centre County region. Planning a wedding, party or corporate event around Penn State University, Blair County or the Happy Valley area? Our finesse in event direction provides an unique experience that fits your style. Check out our great photo booths too! And We Danced would love to be considered the professional disc jockey entertainment for your upcoming event!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of providing the musical entertainment and emceeing for Michelle and Brice’s wedding reception held at the Graduate Hotel in State College. Michelle wore a beautiful white, short sleeve wedding gown with wonderful lace and jewel embellishments from Formalities by Tracina Fisher. Since Michelle loves peacocks, she chose the colors displayed on a peacock, teal and blue, for her attendants’ gowns. Brice and his attendants sported black suits embellished with a peacock feathered boutonnière. Deacon David Lapinksi performed the wedding ceremony for Michelle and Brice at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church.

The Graduate’s Director of Sales, Jessica (Jacoby) McCloskey, and her staff presented the guests with tempting hors-d’œuvres and a magnificent meal. Pocketful of Posies’ Emily Rickard created the beautiful bouquets, corsages, boutonnières, and table arrangements with peacock colors and feathers. Dolce Vita Desserts crafted a splendid rendition of a peacock with feathers flowing down the tiered wedding cake. Michele Glunt of Cherry Lane Salon coiffed the bride, bridal party, and bride’s mother. Daniel James Photography captured those beautiful moments between the bride, groom, family, and friends throughout the night.

And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the crowd rocking the entire night. From the first to the last dance, Michelle and Brice were displaying their dancing moves. The newlyweds started their night dancing to Tina Turner’s “The Best.” Later, family and friends cuddled up to their mates while enjoying some slow moments on the dance floor. The crowd continued to have fun performing the dance routines for familiar line dances. Michelle and Brice could always be seen hugging, kissing, or smiling at each other throughout the night.

Thank you, Michelle and Brice for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck as you begin your new life as husband and wife!

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And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating the wedding of Logan & Brooke at their Centre Hall property. The father of the groom, Scott, performed the wedding ceremony. The highlight of the ceremony was the flower guy’s entrance to “Gettin’ Jiggy With It.” He really knew how to dance and grind to the music. His hilarious entrance set had the guests smiling while awaiting the entrance of the bride, groom, and attendants. Brooke wore a gorgeous white, sleeveless, pearl and jewel encrusted wedding gown, and her bridesmaids were attired in sleeveless dusty gold or pale pink gowns. Logan and his entourage were garbed in dark green suits and ties.

Pocket Full of Posies created the breathtaking flower arrangements, bouquets, boutonnieres, and corsages worn by family and friends. Logan and Brooke cut a charming wedding cake designed by Cakes by Kelly who is the sister-in-law of the happy couple. Mommy’s Donuts were displayed for guests to partake and enjoy. Ashley Snook treated the guests to a scrumptious array of hors d’oeuvres and a captivating barbeque meal. Nhi Thai of Nhi Thai Photography was the wonderful photographer that captured the exciting moments of the happy couple, family, and friends throughout the day and evening. Bliss Salon’s Mandi McGhee was the hair designer for Brooke, her bridesmaids, and mother.

And We Danced DJ Entertainment kept the guests dancing and having fun the entire night and early morning hours. After introductions, Logan and Brooke performed their first dance to Brett Eldredge’s “Wanna Be That Song.” Brooke danced with her father to Luke Combs’ “Without You.” The happy couple, family, and friends were having fun cutting the rug on the dance floor to great tunes. Be it country, R&B, rap, or top 40, couples could not stop celebrating the joyous occasion. Many times Brooke was spotted with her peeps getting down to the music.

Thank you, Logan and Brooke for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be a part of your wedding day festivities. Good luck in your new life as husband and wife!

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