Thomas Saxey and Cindy Young were married Saturday, May 14, 2011.  The Santa Barbara Wedding reception took place at Fess Parker’s Doubletree Resort.  A perfect spot for ceremony and reception locations Santa Barbara.  The couple contracted Santa Barbara Wedding Services which included Southern California DJ Entertainment, coordinator, photographer, and location.

Santa Barbara Wedding DJ’s Scott Topper Productions provided a Creative DJ Experience in the Reagan Ballroom.  The reception was coordinated by one of the best Santa Barbara Wedding Vendors, Pamela Galvin~ Events & Celebrations, Wedding Planning Santa Barbara, CA. Willa Kveta Photography photographed the Fun! Santa Barbara based Destination Wedding Photographer Willa Kveta takes a photojournalist’s approach to capturing moments as they happen, and a portrait photographer’s approach to capturing beauty as it unfolds before her lens.

The Wedding Party Grand Entrance song was “I Gotta Feeling” by Black Eyed Peas.  The Bride and Groom entered the room in style to Justin Timberlake’s “Sexy Back.”  The couple chose “You are the Best Thing” by Ray Lamontagne as their First Dance Song.  The Bridal Party danced to “(Everything I Do), I Do It For You” by Bryan Adams.  The dance floor quickly heated up to the sound of Michael Jackson’s “The Way You Make Me Feel.”

The Welcome Toast was given by the Mother-of-the-Bride Mrs. Jeanne Young followed by a blessing of the meal by Aunt Lois Gall and Beth Barry.  Dinner service immediately followed with salad as the first course and bread service.  Family Dances included the Mother Son Dance of “A Mother’s Song” by T Carter and a Father Daughter Dance of “Blue Danube” by Johann Strauss mixed well by DJ-MC Scott Topper into the Tina Turner version of “Proud Mary.”  After more group dancing, the Entree and Dinner Service began.  After a ceremonial dinner, several speeches were made.  With glass in hand the first toast to the Bride and Groom was conducted by the Father of the Bride Mr. Mike Young, followed by the Maid of Honor Catie and the Best Man Lee.  A fun yet emotional slideshow was then presented to all guests who were then ready to hit the dance floor for more dancing with Scott Topper Productions, providing wedding services Santa Barbara style.  While coffee service and clearing took place, Higher Definition Media videotaped and captured all the action with a cinematic artistic & creative video production headed by Andrew Waite and his professional wedding services team.

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Once the song “Say Hey” by Michael Franti was played everyone knew it was time for Cindy and Tom to cut the cake.  The Bride and Groom Thanked all of their guests for attending their reception and DJ Scott Topper played “All the Single Ladies” by Beyonce to let the single ladies know it was time for the Bouquet Toss back on the dance floor.  Groom Tom was ready to take off Cindy’s garter to “The Stripper” by David Rose Orchestra and after Tom successfully removed the garter, the eligible bachelors were brought onto the floor for Tom’s Garter Toss to “Just a Gigolo” by David Lee Roth.  The last dance set was quite memorable and concluded with “Send Me On My Way” by Rusted Root, “Save the Last Dance for Me” by Michael Buble and to keep the romance alive, “This Will Be (an Everlasting Love)” by Natalie Cole packing the dance floor with cheers and much rejoicing for the New Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Saxey as we said Goodnight.