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Michael Nepsa and Taylor Cunningham’s Wedding Day at the White Barn in Prospect, Pennsylvania

Congratulations to Michael Nepsa and Taylor Cunningham, who celebrated their wedding day on Friday, September 27, 2019!  Their 4:30 ceremony, located on site at the White Barn in Prospect, was officiated by Pastor Brian Greenleaf.

Following their ceremony, and while their guests enjoyed cocktails and hors-d’oeuvres, Taylor and Michael, along with their families and bridal party, joined Amanda Bubb, owner of Amanda Bubb Photography, for pre-reception photos.  Mark Mower, owner of TYL Video, was also on hand to capture every special live moment

Special introductions then kicked off the reception, with parents and the bridal party entering to “Can’t Stop The Feeling”, by Justin Timberlake.  Michael and Taylor then danced in to “A Guy With A Girl”, by Blake Shelton.

Following introductions, they shared their first dance as husband and wife, dancing to “Is That Alright”, by Lady Gaga.

The couple shared a special moment with their parents.  Taylor and her dad, Mark’s chosen song was “A Song For My Daughter”, by Ray Allaire.  She then dedicated a song to her other dad, Mike, dancing to “My Wish”, by Rascal Flatts.  Michael and his mom,Donna, concluded special dances with their song, “Mom”, by Garth Brooks.

The wedding cake was then cut, while their chosen song, “How Sweet It Is”, by James Taylor, played in the background.

With the conclusion of dinner, which was prepared by the wonderful staff of Medure’s Catering, the dance floor was opened to all guests.

I had a blast with Michael and Taylor, and it was a pleasure to be included in their 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, “Bye Bye Bye”, by N’SYNC.

Join me in wishing Taylor and Michael all the best in their new life together!

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