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Jason and Andrea’s Wedding

Yes, we shot yet another wedding at Villa St. Clair this summer – for 3 total weddings there in 6 weeks! We should have had some sleeping bags and a change of clothes there for a while! 🙂

Jason and Andrea had a beautiful day and we were so glad to get to join them for their wedding. These guys are so young and cute – they reminded me of Stanbo and I when we first got hitched – awwww! One of the highlights of the day for me was definitely the fact that Andrea had, not one, but TWO GREAT-grandmothers in attendance! They were both so darn cute and it was super special to have them there. Getting to see all the unique families we meet come together for each couple’s wedding day is one of my favorite things about what we do! Family is such a gift.

Anyway, on to the favorites 🙂 . . .

I love checking out what the guys did during the “getting ready” time versus what the girls were doing. It’s usually pretty funny!

Girls: getting dressed, relaxing

Boys: Playing video games!

But what’s important is, when it was go time, Jason was totally ready to see his bride!

Jason’s mom was so sweet – I don’t think she stopped crying all day! Here’s her family trying to comfort her and it looks like they did a pretty good job. That is SO gonna be me when baby Quin gets married! AGH!!! 🙂

Could these two be any cuter?! Answer: NO!

This is probably my favorite of the day . . .

The father-daughter dance was such a tear jerker!

As was the mother-son, of course! 🙂

Jason: The look you see in Andrea’s eye in this picture (where you are about to shove cake in her face) is one you will see MANY times during marriage. It’s the “don’t even think about it” or “you are dead meat if you do” look that every wife gives her husband on a regular basis. You need to memorize this look and take caution!

These girls are my buddies – they’re all really into photography, so we had some good discussions about that . . . and boys, of course! 🙂

Don’t forget to behave during the removal of the garter – your wife’s great-grandma may be watching!! 🙂

The boys here on the left were fighting over who would be the winner of the garter toss . . . and neither of them wanted it! Commitment issues?! 🙂

Congrats, love birds!

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