We have the honor of providing music for many fun events at Mercury Hall, and Scott and Kate’s wedding was no different. The couple held their wedding ceremony under an intimate huppah held by close friends and relatives. They chose to be married at the head of Mercury Hall’s limestone path, with their guests sat along the gravel pavilion. Scott and Kate crafted heartfelt vows to each other, which they read in the presence of their families and friends. With a hearty “Mazel Tov!”, Scott broke the glass, signifying the end of the ceremony and the beginning of their lives together.
Guests then moved inside for cocktail hour, where they were treated to the sounds of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Louis Prima by DJ Floyd Banks. For their tablescapes, Scott and Kate decided on potted succulents surrounding rustic floral arrangements. Mercury Hall is a great wedding venue in that they provide tables and chairs on site, so you don’t have to rent those from a rental company. You’re also able to bring in your own caterer, florist, bar, photographer, and staffing company, unlike some venues in town. This is great because it doesn’t restrict your choice in vendors, and really allows your wedding to align with your unique vision. Andy Sams was the photographer for this wedding, and he always captures great shots that showcase the fun weddings we work with his team.
After dinner, DJ Floyd opened the dance floor and rocked Scott and Kate’s Mercury Hall wedding until the very end. Everything from Bon Jovi to the Chainsmokers, Ray Lamontagne to Flo Rida, and Stevie Wonder to Bruno Mars was a hit. Hill Country DJ event had grandma and grandpa up and dancing to Tony Bennett and James Brown. Another successful Mercury hall wedding in the books; we look forward to the next one!
Photos by Andy Sams Photography