LGBT Wedding on the Cape… Allie & Melissa
I had the pleasure of meeting this super couple earlier this year at a Starbucks in Springfield, MA.
One of the most important factors when I meet a couple is to make sure that we are a good fit for them. From the moment that Allie had told me their plans for a fun LGBT wedding reception at sea, I knew I wanted to be their entertainer. We chatted a little about some of the additional features we could provide and booked the date.
Fast forward to the big day!
Initially my assisant Jarrod and I were supposed to drive to Provincetown, MA (That’s a 4 hour drive) and meet the ship “Tails of the Seas” at the docks to get set up for the reception. Luckily, after a few conversations with the folks at Captain John’s Whale Watching Tours, we plotted a course to Plymouth to meet the Tails of the Seas and set up on the beautiful ride across Cape Cod Bay.
We set up a basic sound system on the stern of the ship on the sun deck and added a dash of purple and blue with our custom lightscaping along the sides of the vessel. It was a beautiful sight to see…
7 O’clock came and we pushed off and started our journey around the bay. We started the evening off slow with some easy going island music as we watched the shores of Provincetown disappear. The sun was setting, the sea was as smooth as glass, and the fragrant smell of saltwater was in the air.
We hit the lights just as the sun hid behind the horizon and kicked it into high gear. At least 50 people piled up on the back of the ship and didn’t leave until we returned to the docks at 10. People of all ages danced that night under the stars.
Jarrod and I were treated to a very relaxing voyage back to Plymouth where the crew had helped us disembark and send us off back to our home here in CT. It is experiences such as these that make what we do here at Pryme Tyme so rewarding.
You can read Melissa’s review of us by clicking the link below…