Guest Star: Ally and Daniel party East-Coast style

The adorable couple!

Allison Blum and Daniel Rosenbloom were married on July 21, 2012 at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort. Their ceremony took place in the Marriott’s gorgeous Grand Marquee Tent. The duo of piano and violin played classical selections such as “Arioso” by Bach and Pachelbel’s “Canon in D.” Ally was simply stunning as processed down the aisle to the Andre Rieu’s “Love Theme” from the 1968 movie Romeo and Juliet. As soon as they tied the knot the couple started the fun with their recessional- “All You Need Is Love” by The Beatles.

Immediately following the ceremony a Stitely solo pianist serenaded the guests during cocktails. He then joined the Stitely Orchestra bassist, drummer, guitarist, saxophonist and vocalist for a 6-piece group to play during dinner. Ally and Daniel had a typical East Coast timeline that allows for dance sets in between meal courses, so Stitely played Motown, Classic Rock, R&B, and jazz music that appealed to guests of all ages.

First dance

Before even sitting down for the first course, Ally and Dan celebrated their first dance as a married couple to “Marry You” by Bruno Mars. They followed their first dance by cutting their cake to the Phillip Phillips version of “Stand by Me.” The guests then joined them on the dance floor for “Amazed” by Lonestar to kick off the first dance set. After the first set, family members performed the kiddush and hamotzi, followed by speeches. After the salad course, female vocalists Andrea Amos and Joan Collasso joined the band to make a full 8-piece Stitely Orchestra. They kicked off another dance set with some powerhouse tunes like “Rolling in the Deep” and “Respect.” Next came the entrée and a speech by the bride and groom.

Blessing the hamotzi

The next dance set began with the parents sharing their special dances with the bride and groom. Ally choose “Wonderful Tonight” by Eric Clapton for her father/daughter dance, while Daniel danced to “What a Wonderful World” with his mother. Then the room came alive with guests dancing the Hora and Krenzel. The rest of the evening the couple, their friends and family partied down to a mix of contemporary music, classic rock, and Motown.

Ally and Daniel chose not to do the garter toss, but enjoyed tossing the bouquet to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies.” The band kept the energy going strong all the way to the end with their final song “Raise Your Glass” by Pink. After the band departed, Stitely’s DJ Vincent finished up the night beginning with “Don’t You Want to Stay” by Kelly Clarkson and Jason Aldean and “Glad You Came” by The Wanted.

Thanks to all the vendors who made this party so successful! Kudos to Day-of Planner, Melinda of To The Point Events, Laura at the Lincolnshire Marriott Resort, Daniel with Joseph’s Florist, and to David from Jolie Images.


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