For those who like flowers, this group brought in van-loads of flowers, along with unique vases and other memorabilia to contain them. Almost every table had a unique decoration, and nearly every flat surface was adorned with flowers. The bathrooms had flowers. The result really helped make the venue a better place (see Tammy Denny and Christy Anderson). The ceremony was set up for 230 people, all under the covered area, while the alter was outside on the patio overlooking the wildflower meadow. The DJ was set up outside on the stage but was able to connect his system to our house system so he could play an even level of music throughout the venue. One unique item we saw was that the DJ (Tory Mabe) had actually made them a personalized CD with songs they requested at their wedding. Another first was that, not only did this group have lights along the back edge of the patio near the meadow, they actually had lights down in the landscaping to help light the meadow at night. There were also colored lights set up inside the venue. About half of the tables were set up inside the venue, with the bride and groom situated in front of the fireplace. The cake was only a reach away from them, which worked well. The remainder of the guests were at tables on the portion of the patio just outside from the pool room. The food was served by the Dan River Restaurant in the main indoor area – see the delicious looking peaches. The pool room was used as a bar area. After the ceremony, the ceremony chairs were re-arranged around the dance floor for the rest of the night. A fire in the fire pit later at night. A surprise video was streamed through the house AV system.