Posted By Enchanted Celebrations on 10/07/2019

Sarah and Jonathan’s Wedding At Scotland Run Golf Club


Congratulations to Sarah and Jonathan on their whimsical wedding at Scotland Run Golf Club in Williamstown, New Jersey! The happy couple tied the knot on August 31st. Our Scotland Run Golf Club wedding DJs made sure they danced their moonlit night away.

First, Sarah began her morning dressed in a floral robe before slipping into her delicate lace dress. She looked like a Disney princess surrounded by bright yellow sunflowers. Meanwhile, Jonathan was adjusting his fittingly yellow tie and deep blue suit. He held their adorable pup as he got ready for their big day. Our Scotland Run Golf Club wedding DJs were ready to let their dog loose on the dance floor; however, it was time to head to their ceremony instead.

Jonathan’s face lit up as Sarah made her way down the aisle. Their ceremony space was adorned with sunflowers of course. Then, they exchanged their sweet handwritten vows to each other. Nothing but smiles, the happy couple was announced husband and wife. Right away, Jonathan planted his blushing bride with true love’s kiss. As their wedding party cheered, Sarah and Jonathan made their way back up the aisle and out to the balcony where they snapped some lovely photos together. After sipping some champagne, they were off to their reception.

Finally, Sarah and Jonathan were husband and wife. After sharing their first dance, they took a bunch of silly photos with the help our Scotland Run Golf Club weddings DJs and their photo booth. They truly had the time of their lives. In the end, Sarah definitely made the right choice with Royce.

Congratulations, again, to Sarah and Jonathan on their fairy tale wedding at Scotland Run Golf Club! Thank you for choosing our Scotland Run Golf Club wedding DJs to share your happily ever after with.

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