And We Danced DJ Entertainment had an entertaining night celebrating the marriage of Justin and Kayla at Toftrees Golf Resort. All present enjoyed the sundown marriage ceremony on Toftrees’ green uniting Justin and Kayla. Kayla wore a sleeveless, mermaid style wedding gown while her bridesmaids were adorned in sleeveless, navy blue gowns. Justin and his groomsmen looked dashing in in their gray ensembles. The parents of the flower girl and the ring bearer garnered attention as they held the little tykes in their arms while walking down the aisle. Justin and Kayla had beautiful, huge smiles on their faces as they faced the audience when being introduced as Mister and Missus for the first time.
The bride’s color scheme for the event was tropical greenery, navy, light gray and gold. Lauren Lucas of Winged Beauty Studio was the stylist for the bride and bridal party’s coiffure. Emily Rickard of Pocketful of Posies created the stunning bouquets, boutonnieres and corsages for the event. The arbor that the newlyweds stood beneath while exchanging vows was also arrayed with a stunning arrangement of white and greenery created by Emily. Melissa Stitzer of The Cakery crafted the wedding cake and cupcakes for the event. Guests the option of choosing a chocolate cupcake with peanut butter buttercream icing, a white cupcake with vanilla buttercream icing or a marble, almond flavored cupcake with vanilla buttercream icing. And We Danced DJ Entertainment was the performing artist for the wedding and reception proceedings.
The bride and groom began their night dancing under the stars to MAX’s Stipped/Acoustic version of “Lights Down Low.” The newlyweds met while working at the Penn Stater Hotel’s restaurant when the bride was a freshman at Penn State University. The couple were very nice when feeding each other a slice of wedding cake. They got a little naughty with the icing after pictures were taken. The traditional father/daughter dance occurred that night. A special moment put a beautiful smile on Justin’s face as he danced with each aunt for the nontraditional aunt/son dance. The couple ended the night with a spectacular sparkler sendoff.
Thank you Justin and Kayla 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!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating Lex’s sweet sixteenth birthday at the Joshua House in Tyrone, Pennsylvania. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths’ BIG camera had a steady lineup of guests grabbing props, stepping behind the camera and posing for a festive birthday picture. The Joshua House was a stunning setting for the sweet sixteen party with balloons, tables, chairs, a birthday cake and an impressive buffet of Lex’s favorite foods. Lex’s mother was the caterer for the appetizing food present for the sweet sixteen birthday celebration.
sixteen celebration began with a prayer followed by the enjoyment of
food. And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided background music for
guests relaxing and enjoying the delicious food. After dinner,
guests gathered around the sweet sixteen birthday cake. And We
Danced DJ Entertainment provided the “Happy Birthday” song while
guests sang to Lex. Lex cut the first piece for herself, and then
spoke to the guests. She thanked everyone present for coming to her
sweet sixteenth birthday bash and wanted everyone to have an awesome
night dancing to the tunes from And We Danced DJ Entertainment or
posing for Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG camera!
Lex and her guests
danced the night away to their favorite top country and pop hits.
The well-known “Cupid Shuffle” and “Cha Cha Slide” had the
floor packed. Pitbull’s “Fireball” had guests forming a conga
line. As Lex began circling around the Joshua House, more and more
guests joined the conga line. Lex could not get her dad or brother’s
to join, but Mom and Lex’s aunts were ready, willing and able to
conga along with the younger generation. Even the older crowd’s
request for some eighties hits had the younger crowd out on the dance
floor shaking their booty.
Thank you Lex for allowing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to provide the awesome tunes for your Sweet 16 celebration!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating the marriage of George and Emma at Robbins’ Paradise Ranch, Julian, PA. Pastor Randy united the couple in matrimony. The bride chose a gorgeous, sleeveless, A-line, Justin Alexander bridal gown. Her bridesmaids were adorned in long, sky blue gowns. George and his men were garbed in white shirts with a formal navy blue suit and tie.
Rustic Catering presented a delightful assortment of hors d’oeuvres and a delicious buffet for all to partake and enjoy. Avant Garden created the wonderful flower arrangements for the bridal couple, wedding party, family and tables. VJM Studios was the photographer capturing the couple’s enchanting moments throughout the balmy, summer day and shimmery night. Delectable Delights by Heather Luse created the charming, white wedding cake with vanilla buttercream frosting filled with layers of frosting and raspberry filling. The bride, her bridesmaids and mother’s of the bridal party chose Looks Hair Design to provide the right coiffure for the day. And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided the musical entertainment for the evening.
and Emma began their night dancing to Dan
& Shay’s “From
the Ground Up.” And We Danced DJ
Entertainment kept the crowd hopping. George
and Emma were consistently on the dance floor for every slow dance.
Emma’s brother also celebrated the couple’s nuptials by singing
Nat King Cole’s “Unforgettable.” He
also serenaded his parents with Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever,
Amen.” The crowd was eager to dance and have fun under the
twinkling sky. Even the elk and white-tailed deer at Robbins’
Paradise Ranch made an appearance for the happy couple and guests
throughout dinner and early evening.
Thank you George and Emma 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!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating the fifty-first annual Pennsylvania Counseling Association (PCA) conference at the Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center with guests in attendance. The Pennsylvania Counseling Association planned an exciting night of activities for their guests. Guests partook of a delicious meal crafted by the chefs at the Penn Stater followed by a round of Jeopardy awards. Participants played a round of Jeopardy and received an award. After the award celebration, guests had an opportunity to smile behind the Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths BIG red camera and dance to top music tunes from And We Danced DJ Entertainment.
The Pennsylvania Counseling Association (PCA) is a state branch of the American Counseling Association. The association is broken down into regional chapters, divisions and special interest groups that advocate for Pennsylvania’s professional counselors. They provide a strong voice in Harrisburg for legislation that affects professional counseling. The Pennsylvania Counseling Association encourages and provides continuing education for its members. They promote accreditation, board certification and state licensing for Pennsylvania’s professional counselors. The Pennsylvania Counseling Association provides its members with a dynamic network of Pennsylvania professional counselors.
The Pennsylvania Counseling Association (PCA) consists of five elected officers. The elected presidents of all the Pennsylvania Counseling Association divisions, special interest groups and regional chapters are the policy-making networking body. The policies crafted by the elected presidents are implemented by the Pennsylvania Association Counseling committee, various appointed officials and staff.
The president of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association was a big fan of the eighties and requested a great deal of eighties music from And We Danced DJ Entertainment. Guests also enjoyed line dancing to the “Cha Cha Slide”, “The Cupid Shuffle,” “Watch Me” and “Cotton Eye Joe.” And We Danced DJ Entertainment had an amazing night with the Pennsylvania Counseling Association attendees as they celebrated their fifty-first conference.
Thank you Pennsylvania Counseling Association for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be part of your extravaganza!
Vince and Megan were married in Denver, Colorado and decided to have a reception in the State College area for friends and family. 2019 was the 10 year anniversary of their being a couple, and they emphasized that their wedding reception was a celebration of their first decade together. And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided the music, lights and emceeing for the evening.
Jam Band music was played by And We Danced DJ Entertainment to enhance cocktails along with upbeat music for the dinner hour. A little later, everybody was ready to have fun. Lights were turned down, and the guests began getting up and moving to the music. While some guests left the dance floor to get some fun pictures with their friends and significant others at the photo booth provided by Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths, many began to dance and move to the throbbing dance music. Guests were constantly on the dance floor dancing to their favorite tunes for the entirety of the evening with the sun setting in the beautiful valley backdrop.
Vince and Megan met working together in State College. They later graduated from Penn State University in 2013. After later spending time working in the Denver, Colorado area, Vince and Megan decided to tie the knot there. The announcement of their wedding reception in State College was an exciting surprise to all of their friends and family back home!
At the end of the night, many of the guests thanked And We Danced DJ Entertainment for a great time! We had a totally awesome time ourselves, and we thank Vince and Megan for inviting us to be the entertainment and emcees for their wedding reception. Congratulations to both of you!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of celebrating the winter holiday season with Avail Technologies, Inc. at the Mountain View Country Club. Avail Technologies planned an exciting night of activities for their employees and guests. Guests had a chance to bet on some horse races following dinner followed by a spectacular prize giveaway for employees, a lovely speech from Avail President/CEO Dorsey Houtz concerning the growth of Avail, music and dancing from And We Danced DJ Entertainment and photo booth fun from Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths.
The Mountain View Country Club provided delightful hors d’oeuvres, a wonderful dinner buffet along with an after dinner buffet of delicious snacks and sandwiches for guests. Star Valle Entertainment and Decor created the beautiful snowflake balloons, centerpieces and tree displays adorning and enhancing the holiday season for Avail’s holiday party. Lotsa Laffs Photo Booths was busy snapping shots of Avail’s family and their guests posing with holiday and non-holiday props. And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the Avail family and their guests dancing to hits from the past and present. Avail President/CEO, Dorsey Houtz, could be seen strutting his stuff to the staff-requested ZZ Top song “Sharp Dressed Man!” Avail Technologies continued to dance past midnight before saying goodnight!
Avail Technologies was founded in 1999 by Dorsey Houtz to provide technology to certain mid-size transit agencies. Since its inception, the company has grown under Dorsey’s leadership providing target markets cost-effective and cutting-edge services and technology to meet the needs of transit operators with medium-sized fleets. Today, Avail Technologies is the nation’s leading provider for transit operators. They are proud to be the chief provider of services and technologies to this specific segment of the transit market. In 2019, Avail Technologies was ranked one of the “Best Places to Work in PA!”
And We Danced DJ Entertainment had an amazing night with Avail Technologies employees and guests as they celebrated the holiday season. Thank you Avail Technologies, for choosing And We Danced DJ Entertainment to be part of Avail’s holiday party!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment provided light background music during the marvelous dinner. The Nittany Lion Inn captured everyone’s attention with the prime rib carving station. Other delicacies were abundantly displayed to fit vegan and non-vegan appetites. After dining on the delicious entrees, the lights were turned down, and the guests began to have fun dancing to classic, pop and international music favorites.
While some guests enjoyed dancing the night away, other guests spent time with friends and significant others at the Lotsa Laffs Photo Booth which was located inside the Nittany Lion Inn Ballroom this year. Lights were flashing throughout the night while guests danced to old standbys such as the Cupid Shuffle, Wobble, Cha Cha Slide and the Cotton-Eyed Joe. The dance floor was packed with guests that dancers were also dancing behind the DJ booth.
Each year the Graduate and Professional Student Association raises awareness for a local charitable organization during the Winter Gala. This year the Graduate and Professional Student Association collected donations at the door for Centre Safe, formerly the Centre County Women’s Resource Center. This organization helps to empower people that have been sexually abused, stalked or experienced domestic violence.
The Penn State Graduate and Professional Student Association Winter Gala is one of our absolute favorite events of the year! We can’t wait until next year when they host their next Winter Gala!
And We Danced DJ Entertainment had the pleasure of providing sound and music for the recent marriage of Fallon Mazza and Gary Glatz at Rolling Rails Lodge in Port Matilda. Fallon and Gary were married inside the lodge by Dr. James Glatz, an uncle to the groom. Fallon wore a stunning Casablanca strapless, white, jeweled gown from Diamonds & Lace Bridal Boutique. Gary and his ushers sported dark gray suits and white shirts. The bridesmaids were garbed in burgundy sleeveless gowns and carried handmade bouquets featuring burgundy and white flowers.
Viva Bella Salon was the hair designer and makeup artist for Fallon, her bridemaids and the mothers of the bride and groom. Tap Root Kitchens, a culinary enterprise gleaming ingredients from local farmers, presented a delightful assortment of hors d’oeuvres and a delicious buffet for all to partake and enjoy. Mallory Toulouse of Jane and Dave Photography was the incredible photographer capturing the breathtaking moments featuring Fallon, Gary and their loving family and friends. Shirley McLaughlin fashioned the splendid wedding cake. The newlyweds also had the traditional Pittsburgh Cookie Table alongside 3rd Wind Coffee Company’s fresh brewed coffee.