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James Stewart and Katie Everson’s Wedding Reception at Laube Hall in Freeport, Pennsylvania

James Stewart and Katie Everson exchanged vows on Thursday, July 26, 2018, in an exotic destination wedding set in beautiful Rivera Maya, Mexico.

Their reception celebration, located at Laube Hall, in Freeport, took place on Saturday, August 11th.

While Katie and James, along with their bridal party and parents, shared photo session time with photographer Joe and Jamie Fairley, owners of
Fairley Foto, their guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and conversation.

Introductions began with the conclusion of the photo session, with parents and bridal party entering to “I Gotta Feeling”, by the Black Eyed Peas.

James and Katie then made their grand entrance, accompanied by their chosen song, “Forever”, by Chris Brown.

Following introductions, James shared a special dance with his sister, Heather, dancing to “I Hope You Dance”, by Lee Ann Womack.  Katie and her dad, William, then shared their special moment, dancing together to “What A Wonderful World”, by Louis Armstrong.

Special dances concluded with James and Katie, who were accompanied by their chosen song, “How Long Will I Love You”, by Ellie Goulding.

After dinner, which was excellently prepared by the staff of Medure’s, the traditional cutting of the wedding cake took place, with “How Sweet It Is”, by James Taylor playing in the background.

Uplighting, provided by Red Hot Chameleon Entertainment, set the mood with tropical colors of teal and coral filling the room.

Their evening of fun and open dancing concluded with their family and all of their wonderful friends joining them on the dance floor, accompanied by their very appropriate final song, “Margaritaville”, by Jimmy Buffet.

I had a blast with James and Katie, and it was a true pleasure to be included in their celebration!

Join me in wishing Katie and James all the best in their new life together!






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