As we begin to return to a state of normalcy, we’ll continue to highlight as many beautiful marriages as we can. Danielle & Nick were married at the beautiful Sydonie Mansion in Mt Dora, FL surrounded by their closest family and friends. Kimberly Santana Photography captured their moments to last forever.
 
The couples’ parents’ entered into the outdoor ceremony space to United Guitar Players’ “In My Life”. The beautiful bridal party entered to Brooklyn Duo’s cover of The Goo Goo Dolls’ “Iris” shortly before Danielle made her grand entrance to Haley Reinhart’s rendition of “Can’t help falling in love”. Their officiant pronounced them husband and wife before they made their way back up the aisle, hand in hand, to Counting Crows’ “Accidentally in Love”.
 
For reception time, guests were seated to the couples’ chosen “Beautiful Day” by U2. We introduced their parents to The Beatles’ “Come Together”, and the bridal party to The Alan Parsons Project’s “Sirius”. The Mr & Mrs were called for their grand entrance to “I believe in a thing called love” by The Darkness.
 
The couple shared their first dance to “Beyond the Sea” by Bobby Darin. Danielle danced with her father, Curtis, to Tom Petty’s “Wildflower,” Nick danced with his mother, Debbie, to “Take it to the limit” by the Eagles.
 
“I can’t help myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)” by the Four Tops narrated their cake cutting shortly before opening the dance floor with a mix of rock, country, disco and hip hop. Our bride tossed her bouquet to Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger”. For the anniversary dance, we played Al Green’s “Lets Stay Together”. And the last song of the night was “Shut up and dance” by Walk the Moon.
 
The couple shared a private last dance to Bright Eyes’ “First Day of My Life”.

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