Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in View Our Blog | Comments Off on Brandon and KayLee – Park Twp. Fire Dept. – Vandergrift, PA

Brandon Morrill and KayLee Bowser’s wedding reception at Park Township Fire Department in Vandergrift, Pennsylvania

Brandon Morrill and KayLee Bowser exchanged vows on Saturday, September 16, 2017 in a 2:00 wedding ceremony.

Their reception, located at Park Township Fire Department, in Vandergrift, immediately followed.

While KayLee and Brandon, along with their bridal party and parents, shared photo session time with photographer, Jamie Steetle, owner of Jamie Steetle Photography, their guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and conversation.

With the conclusion of photos and cocktails, introductions began, with parents and the bridal party entering to “Let Me Hear You Scream”, by Ozzy Osbourne.

KayLee and Brandon were then introduced, making their grand entrance to “Crazy Train”, by Ozzy.

After dinner, which was excellently prepared by the staff of Just Ask Catering, the couple cut their wedding cake, with “How Sweet It Is”, by James Taylor, playing in the background.

The couple then shared their first dance together as husband and wife, accompanied by their chosen song, “I Don’t Dance”, by Lee Brice.

KayLee and her dad, Gary, then shared a special dance, dancing together to “Butterfly Kisses”, by Bob Carlisle.  Brandon and his mom, Beth, also enjoyed a special moment, dancing together to “You’ll Be In My Heart”, by Phil Collins.

The bridal party then joined Brandon and KayLee, dancing to “My Girl”, by The Temptations, which opened up the dance floor for all of their guests.

I had a great time, and it was a pleasure to be included in Brandon and KayLee’s wedding day!  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, “I’ve Had The Time Of My Life”, by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes.

Please join me in wishing KeyLee and Brandon all the best in their new life together!

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