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Trevor Boyles and Ashley Kunert’s Wedding Day at Lingrow Farm, in Leechburg. Pennsylvania

Congratulations to Trevor Boyles and Ashley Kunert, who celebrated their wedding day on Friday, October 26, 2018!  Their 4:00 wedding ceremony, located on site at Lingrow Farm, was officiated by Reverend Dina McGee.

With the conclusion of the ceremony, Ashley and Trevor, along with their families and bridal party, all gathered for photos with photographer Ben McMillen, owner of Ben McMillen Photography.

Introductions followed, with parents and the bridal party dancing in to “Can’t Stop The Feeling”, by Justin Timberlake.  Trevor and Ashley then made their grand entrance, accompanied by their chosen song, “Feel So Close”, by Calvin Harris.

Immediately following introductions, Ashley and Trevor shared their first dance together as husband and wife, accompanied by the awesome song, ”Hold You In My Arms”, by Ray LaMontagne.

This was followed by a special dance with their two beautiful daughters, Willow and Gwendolyn.  Their song choice was “My Girl”, by the Temptations.

The traditional cutting of the cake then took place, with “Is This Love”, by Bob Marley, playing in the background.

After dinner, which was prepared by the wonderful staff at The Twisted Thistle, Ashley shared a special dance with her dad, Frank, accompanied by “Over The Rainbow” by IZ, followed by Trevor and his mom, Nancy, dancing to “Days Like This”, by Van Morrison.

“Levels”, by Avicii, was the chosen bridal party dance song, which opened up the dance floor for all guests.

It was a true pleasure to be included in Ashley and Trevor’s wedding day and I had a wonderful time!  Their evening of fun and dancing concluded with all of their friends and family joining them on the dance floor, accompanied by their chosen song, “Home”, by Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros.

Join me in wishing Trevor and Ashley all the best in their new life together!

 

 

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