I am so excited to finally have photographed this couple’s wedding! They are totally amazing, they make me laugh so much and I just love that they were completely and perfectly made for one another. Their personalities are complimentary, Jason brings the goofy laughter and Rebecca brings the thoughtful side. I love seeing couples like them!
We met up at City Club Fort Worth where they had both their ceremony and reception. After some preparations these two shared a sweet first look in the Oak Room before the signing of the Ketuba. The Ketuba is my favorite part of a Jewish Wedding day, it is the traditional marriage contract, signed by the bride, groom, witness’ and the Rabi. It is truly the marriage of the couple with the ceremony being the more symbolic. You know me, I love weddings and the beauty of the document, the personalization that this couple did to make it special, the words and promises put on paper, a treasure to display in their home….it just makes my grin. During their ceremony one of my favorite moments is from above, truly showing that this couples marriage will be full of laughter. Rebecca circled the Chuppah 7 times before taking their places under it to say their vows. As she circled Jason counted, out loud and everyone in that room was laughing, smiling and seeing what I saw, a beautiful marriage. Thanks guys for letting me take part! Can’t wait to share the party with you tomorrow.
Rebecca & Jason’s Fort Worth Wedding was made perfect by the following vendors:
City Club of Fort Worth – Ceremony & Reception Site, Catering
Whittington Bridal in Kingston, Texas – Bride & Bridesmaid Attire
Not Just Invitations
Special Shout Out to Michelle Peyronet who was my Second Photographer for this wedding!
Rebecca walked in and it was just tears. Those tears quickly turned to laughter though as one of her bridesmaids kissed her forehead leaving a big old lipstick kiss! Quick fix for the tears. Look at her bridesmaids looking on as Mom helped her dress! So cute.
Rebecca helping her Daddy with his bow tie.
Warding off tears again!
Jason and his guys wore power ranger cuff links.
Love their first sight!
The couples wedding rings on their Ketuba.