It was the perfect day for Kathleen and Aaron's wedding, on September 23rd 2016. Close friends and family gathered around the couple, to celebrate their special day.
The reception was held in the Terrace Room at the Butler Days Inn. As guests entered the Terrace Room, they were able to notice how beautifully decorated it was. The tables were covered in elegant black table cloths, while the chairs had beautiful and crips white chair covers on them, which were complimented by black satin sashes. There was a separate Sweetheart table for the Bride and Groom, which had a white table cloth accented with a beautiful flower arrangement with dinner candles. Each table had lovely centerpieces, which were a Burgundy Rose trio, provided by The Bloomery. Purple lighting in the room, helped to set a very elegant and fun tone.
Appetizers were served around at 6:00 to all of the guests. They included a cheesball display, as well as grilled shrimp and beef kabobs, which were brought around by the Terrace Room staff. At this time, beverages were also being served.
Around 6:30, the bridal party arrived at the Terrace Room, and it was time to announce the new Mr. and Mrs. Whigham!
At 7:00 dinner was served. The couple chose a traditional sit down dinner, which consisted of a ceaser salad, followed by New York Strip Steak and Stuffed Chicken Breast, as the main courses. To go along with the main course, the side dishes were Zucchini Medley and garlic smashed redskin potatoes.
After dinner, the couple cut their beautiful 3 tiered cake and it was served to all of the guests for dessert. The cake was a vanilla cake, with carmel and buttercream filling. The cake was provided by Cakes by Natashia.
Now it was time to party! DJ G-Touch from Gem Entertainment, provided the music and fun for the evening. Dancing and laughter and love filled the air. It was certainly a memorable night for the newlyweds, and one that they will remember forever.
The Crystal Room and Terrace Room staff would like to send our congratulations to the Newlyweds! Best of luck Mr. and Mrs. Whigham!