Let’s Get Rustic!
Rustic style weddings are completely fashionable right now. I never get sick of playing in modernized barbs. Oak Lane of Oregon was definitely one of the most unique barn style weddings I have played.
The ceremony at Oak Lane of Oregon was much like any other. I played Canon in D, 1000 years from Twilight, and other fairly typical wedding songs. The bride walked down the aisle, like most other weddings I have ever been to. They were married, and everyone clapped like they usually do.
The difference was that there was a 400 pound pig walking around throughout the entirety of it. There was also an alpaca right on the other side of the fence. There were ducks, chickens, and roosters clucking about throughout the day.
I couldn’t get enough of that pig. I probably took 50 pictures of him. You are lucky that I’m only posting one of them here.
Party Time at Oak Lane of Oregon
It was a hot day at Oak Lane of Oregon, so when the ceremony ended, everyone headed inside for cocktails at the bar. Then we all headed upstairs for some awesome barbeque for dinner. You could tell everyone was ready to party.
Once we finished eating, we moved a few tables out of the way to make room for a dance floor, and I happily jumped in to move a few myself. Then it was time for our awesome dueling piano show!
We had a great line up of requests, and had no shortage of genres to cover. The father of the bride was a big Pulp Fiction fan, so I played You Never Can Tell for him. Another highlight of the night was when the Mother of the Bride tipped us (all the money went to charity) to play The Thong Song.
Finally our Oak Lane of Oregon wedding had come to a close. Once everyone had left, the next phase of animals came out. There were six dogs that wandered around while we broke down our gear. They were all very friendly, especially the little three legged chihuahua.
Oak Lane of Oregon – Until Next Time…
The whole day at Oak Lane of Oregon was awesome. Check them out here! I had fun, the guests had fun, and I know the animals had fun. Especially the kitten that kept climbing in my piano. If you want us (and maybe this cat) to play your next event, contact Felix and Fingers today!
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