I met Chris, Ashley and Ashley’s mother Roni a few months ago after receiving a call from the other half of J. Soul Productions, Matt Kriegsfeld. Matt grew up with Ashley and his family is good friends with Ashley’s family so they naturally contacted him to find a DJ for Ashley’s wedding. I jumped at the opportunity to be a part of this special day and the connection was born. Their wedding was held at the Roeder Pavilion at Coronado Shores with the most beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean as the backdrop. The traditional Jewish ceremony was officiated by Cantor Kathy Robbins who was a delight to work with. The Chuppah was brought out followed by the Bridal Party, Chris, the parents of the Bride and Groom and finally the glowing bride Ashley. After the ceremony was over, the guests made their way up to the pavilion and enjoyed refreshments and then the grand introductions began followed immediately by the Horah. Dinner was then served and afterwards, the Mother of the Bride and the Mother of the Groom gave toasts followed by the Best Man and Maid of Honor. Chris and Ashley then took to the dance floor to share their first dance to the Candle Light Remix is “Down” by Jay Sean. They were followed by Ashley sharing a special dance with her Grandfather and her step-father to “Through The Years” by Kenny Rogers. Chris then brought his mother to the floor to dance to “These Are The Days” by Van Morrison. Then it was my turn to get the dance floor going! Ashley and Chris selected a great list of dance music using our online request system and after a bit of dancing, we paused to cake cutting, bouquet and garter. The afternoon wrapped up with the guests dancing to “Closing Time” by Semisonic. It was a great afternoon wedding and I wish Mr. & Mrs. Cunningham the best in everything their union brings to them. Please enjoy the photos and special video I created below as my gift to the bride and groom. 🙂

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