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FNA Events Presents Real Weddings: Rachel and Thomas at the Camden County Boathouse

Updated: Dec 7, 2023

It's time to surrender to "pier" pressure as you join us for another fairy tale ending. Let's batten down the hatches as we embark on another real wedding journey with FNA's one-stop DJ-Photo-Video shop to the Camden County Boathouse!


We began the day with bride and groom prep starting at a nearby hotel as the photo video team loaded up on details and family photos along with poppin' champagne. Knot too shabby!




Our photo/video team Kadyr Leger (photographer) and Michael Vincent (videographer) captured Thomas lookin GQ before the team traveled to the Camden County Boathouse for the ceremony, cocktail, and reception. Before all that magic happened we captured the first look on the dock, followed by group photos, which was off the hook! Canoe imagine a more perfect day? Neither can I!



I don't mean to barge in here, but check out these amazing views from the Camden County Boathouse and the beautiful space they have for an outdoor ceremony. Rachel and Thomas's guests enjoyed this fin-tastic scenery as they got married mid-fall in style! Time for a joke about tying the knot? No no, someone from across the lake said we have to skip that one... Oh well, ship happens.



While the photo video team was capturing some group shots, FNA's DJ team featuring DJ Mormile and Chuckie Hype set sail for what was going to be an epic reception. The crew at this wedding did not disappoint! Check out some of the shots from reception plus a video highlight! We like big boats and we cannot lie!




Last boat naught least, the Photo Booth division came in strong and set up for a night full of unlimited prints. Buoy, did their scrapbook look amazing!



Whale, we had a great time here, and you can tell from the review that the bride and groom did too! We plank you very much for tuning in! Hopefully, we get to do another wedding here. Were you oar'ed out of your mind? Don't be so stern.

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