Gaby and Brandon understand how to dance as well!
His reply: It has just started.
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We went right into our first dance to You Are The Best Thing by Ray Lamontagne. The lyrics fit us so perfectly.
Guess who rallied for the sparklers?!
We finished with a sparkler exit, when the dancing was over.
I promise you I wasn’t doing the Y M C A!
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After dinner we had cake! The Clifton Inn’s pastry chef made our cake and designed the textured frosting look, and it was decorated by our florist with all the flowers. I had hoped to use the wood slice I bought as the foundation, but when it arrived I knew it’d be too little, so it held the servers rather!
Thomas LOVES to dance at weddings, and so having a good DJ was very significant to him. We used John Garland of Garland Studios, and I honestly thought he was the best DJ I’ve ever danced to! That is probably because he played with so many of our requests — every song was a hit.
We did the father + daughter and mother + son dance to Kokomo from the Beach Boys! Thomas and his mother stole the show with their dolphin impressions!
I said to Thomas the week after: I am so sad it’s over.
I loved when Thomas did his Justin Timberlake impression and hiked up his pants to match the cropped trousers JT wore throughout the Cville concert. LOL!
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A highlights for me was dancing to Can’t Stop The Feeling and Despacito!
There were chocolate with ganache and two flavors: vanilla with curd and vanilla custard. I tried both and they were both fab!
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