The date: November 2, 2002.
The place: Capitol Hill Arts Center in Seattle.
The event: a musical comedy extravaganza, also including nuptials.
This is not your average wedding, nor your average wedding video. Mark Pesce
was our emcee; Erik Davis
was our officiant; and many of our closest friends from all over the country were on hand for singing, dancing, fireworks, and in the midst of all the mayhem, a bit of romance too.
Print these documents and pretend you were actually there!
- 1. Invitation - A grand and glorious spectacle of romance and nuptials is announced. (Or read the PDF!)
- 2. Coming Attractions - It's a very special episode of "JenMoon & Scotto's Life."
- 3. Intro & Mark's Entrance - James Kent introduces the main event, and Mark "Zidler" Pesce appears to emcee the proceedings.
- 4. The Wedding Party - The supporting characters are introduced in all their radiant glory.
- 5. Scotto's Entrance - The groom appears, and promptly blinds the audience with his dancing skills (and his suit).
- 6. Jen's Entrance - The loveliest Moon on planet earth descends from her trapeze - just in time for another dance number!
- 7. The Lovers Meet - Despite incredible odds, fate steers the bride and groom together - through the magic of song.
- 8. The First Date & The Proposal - Events move quickly, from a delightful oatmeal dinner, to a surprise proposal of marriage!
- 9. Erik's Entrance - The wedding officiant, Erik Davis, arrives on the scene.
- 10. Jen's Speech - Jen performs a secretly-prepared monologue for Scotto.
- 11. Scotto's Song - Scotto performs a secretly-prepared song for Jen.
- 12. An Interruption & An Invocation - Roz speaks now instead of forever holding his peace; and a blessing is offered by Erik and the guests.
- 13. The Vows - Sealing the deal.
- 14. The Rings - Stylish jewelry accessories are presented.
- 15. Finale - "Everything's going so well!"
- 16. Susie's Toast - This is the sentimental toast to the bride and groom.
- 17. Tyler's Toast - This toast is, to put it mildly, much less sentimental.
- 18. The First Dance - Choreographed by Kerry E. Christianson.
- 19. Shooting The Bouquet - You didn't expect us to just throw it, did you?