Kiley and Eric chose beautiful Winterthur’s Reflecting Pool to hold their ceremony and reception. Dancing was held on the lower level while cocktails and catering were up around the pool. Lighting was provided by Eventions with Amber Gold breakup patterns. Ryan Winter and crew were accommodating in providing ample power to Silver Sound for our sound and lights. Ben Amaril was in town with DJ Paul Evans, who expeditiously setup 3000 watts of sound, to which photographer Tom Feehly said, “This is the best DJ sound I’ve ever heard.” Likewise, Paul Evans said “Tom is an incredible artist and I can’t wait to see the images.”
Knowing that Kiley’s Dad loves Sarah Brightman, Paul put on ‘All I ask of you’ from ‘Phantom of the Opera’ early on, and later after the welcome toast he danced with his daughter to ‘Time to say Goodbye.’ Being that the Kolb’s are from Alabama, you can imagine the reaction to ‘Sweet Home Alabama.’ In fact, the dancing was pretty strong all night and particularly at the end, with many people clapping and cheering. A good time was had by all.
Special thanks to Jen Lamb at Winterthur who sent the security to find DJ Paul Evans, who got locked behind a security gate on a dead end country road not recognized by GPS.