I think that this couple’s vows to each other were perhaps some of the sweetest I have ever heard. They made me cry, perhaps because as Lindsey vowed to be a Godly wife and some day Mom it reminded me of my own vows I said on my wedding day. Personal vows are difficult to write and I know from experience that it feels a little daunting BUT I think it is the best way to truly personalize your ceremony and your commitment to one another. If their marriage just almost lives up to their promises it will be a love filled home with a ton of laughter. Their day was full of moments that tugged at my heart strings and every person there.
Stacey, Linsey’s sister, is helping her with her birdcage veil. I can’t wait to get a photo similar to this at Stacey’s wedding later next year with Lindsey helping her.
An embrace from Jason and Lindsey’s Dad before he takes her as his wife.
Jason was SO happy to see his bride. Sarah Halferty snagged this photo right as he took her arm to lead her up the stairs to the altar.
Their ceremony was full of emotion from tears to laughter. The pastor did a great job telling some funny stories from their past.
Lindsey’s sister and best friend looking on as she laughs.
See, I wasn’t the only one crying.
ADORE how Lindsey clutched her chest and Jason said his vows.
Celebrating after pronounced man and wife.
A private moment.
Completely not sure what the flower girl is doing but I saw it as I was shooting formals and asked Sarah to get it and I am glad she did.
Lindsey & her Dad during their dance.
Jason and his Mom twirling around the floor.They look like three sisters but the beautiful one on the right is their Mommy.
Toasts were hilarious and emotional.
Jason is one FINE dancer. His brothers weren’t too bad either. They had fun.
A stolen kiss on the dance floor.
Those guys were really wanting that garter (photo by Sarah Halferty)