Lucy & Owen’s Amazing Dumfries Wedding
We had such an awesome time at Lucy and Owen’s Wedding at the stunning Hetland Hall Hotel near Dumfries.
When Lucy and Owen first got in touch with us, all they wanted was “everyone to have a great evening and for the dancefloor not to be empty!”. Every couple wants this for their special day, but we genuinely want it too and will do everything we can to make sure it happens. After chatting through their plans, they had a look over our reviews and decided we were the DJ for them.
After announcing in the newlyweds to On Top of the World by Imagine Dragons, it was straight into the Cake Cutting. It was then time for the First Dance and Lucy and Owen chose a beautiful song called Amen by John Adams. With the opening lyrics “Hold me close and never let go”, it created such a perfect moment.
For their second dance, Lucy and Owen invited all their guests to join them on the floor for From Now On by Hugh Jackman and the cast of The Great Showman.
Hetland Hall Hotel, Dumfries Wedding DJ
Now we were ready to open the floor and what better way to start than some ceilidh dancing. Lucy and Owen were unsure how their guests would take to the ceilidh dancing but, after a little encouragement, we had a floor full of couples ready for a Gay Gordons. It’s always such a great way to break the ice and get everyone up dancing.
Lucy, Owen and their guests requested lots of tracks in advance of the big day using our Online Planner. This meant we arrived knowing exactly what they wanted to hear. It was all about the party tunes with a good mix of 90s, 00s and 10s.
For their last song, Lucy and Owen chose a traditional Loch Lomond finish. It was a fantastic end to an awesome night, but it wasn’t enough. We continued playing a few more songs and managed to squeeze in the Dirty Dancing classic – check out the photo of the lift below!
Massive congratulations to Lucy and Owen and thank you so much for letting us be a part of your special day! Shout out to Maggie, Vikki and the team at Hetland for all your help and great to catch up with Martin McNae who was taking care of all things photography.