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Paul Manners and Kate Higie’s Wedding Day at Corbin View Farms in Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania

It was a picture perfect day to celebrate the marriage of Paul Manners and Kate Higie, who exchanged vows on Saturday, October 21, 2017.  The 2:00 ceremony, officiated by Doug Chambers, took place at Corbin View Farms, in Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania.

Upon the conclusion of the ceremony, Kate and Paul, along with their bridal party and parents, shared photo session time with photographer Eric Kurtz, owner of Eyeindulge Photography, while their guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and conversation.

Once the photo session concluded, introductions began, with parents entering to the Austin Powers Theme Song.  The bridal party then entered to “Uptown Funk”, by Bruno Mars.  Jessica and Robbie made their grand entrance to “Get Down On It”, by Kool & The Gang.

Following introductions, the traditional cutting of the wedding cake took place, while “Get Down On It” continued to play in the background.

After dinner, which was excellently prepared by the staff of 1904 Steakhouse, Paul and Kate shared their first dance together as husband and wife, accompanied by their chosen song, “Patience”, by Guns ‘N Roses.

Kate then shared a special dance with her dad, Bill, dancing together to “I’ll Be Your Man”, by Zac Brown.

Paul and his mom, Dianna, followed, sharing their special moment accompanied by “Home Sweet Home”, by Motley Crue.

Special dances concluded with the bridal party coming together on the dance floor.  “Home”, by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, was the chosen song, which opened up the floor for all their guests.

Their evening of fun and dancing concluded with their family and all of their wonderful friends joining them on the dance floor, accompanied by their chosen final song, “To Be With You”, by Mr. Big.

I had an absolute blast with Kate and Paul and it was a true pleasure to be included in their wedding day!

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