Great things come to those who wait. Surely, both Shaila and James know that. She’s powered through nursing school and James has just wrapped up Pharmacy school. Oh, and they’ve waited 10 years since they started dating for this wedding to happen.. Not only does that kind of timetable warrant some pretty fun comments, but it also gives your families plenty of time to get know and love each other. It also means that you share the same huge group of friends, and that you have an incredible ease with your spouse that can only come from making it through the awkward high school years together. In case you were wondering, that kind of history could not have lead to a better wedding! It was a party all day long, grandparents included! Shaila and James, it was so obvious that this wedding marks the beginning of a new chapter in already beautiful relationship, So here’s to making it together through the awkward fiesty grandparent days too:)
Sometimes I think it would be fun to shoot for a newspaper and be on the edge of breaking news, or even writing for one. However, I’d have a hard time narrowing down headlines for my articles. Here’s my finalized list for what the headlines I could use for a write-up on Jake and Emily’s amazing wedding this weekend..
-The Ringbearer was hitting on the Bride
-Turns out you can be a world class usher on crutches
-Let’s just finish the sand ceremony later
-Wedding party did everything I said, and then a bit more
-Tiny bridesmaid carried into the reception unceremoniously
-Serious struggle to cut the cake is rescued by doughnut ball exchange
-Bride never stopped smiling and laughing
-Mariachi Band rocks wedding jams
-Photo props were all over the dance floor
-The Macarena never had it so good!
-Photographer divulges a desire to never leave reception due to the amazing company, and doughnuts for days
Yeah, see, I’d be a terrible writer, but maybe I’ll keep chasing that dream of photojournalism. Thanks for giving me some glorious fresh content you lovebirds! Enjoy your sampling!