Jennifer and Jason are such an awesome couple. She loves the outdoors, and nature. He races go-carts. They met at Cowboys Dance Hall. The song “Kiss Me in Dark” began to play, and Jason saw his chance! He laid a big smooch on her and the rest is history! We did their engagement pictures a few months ago and you can see them here. Their wedding was a beautiful mix of their personalities. The Gardens of Cranesbury View was transformed to fit Jennifer’s vision of soft, earthy greens and browns. Her dress was killer! Total glam all the way. Their families were so loving and there were so many moments during the reception that made my eyes tear up. Bethany with Two Times Photography was fantastic second shooting for me. Amy at the Gardens of Cranesbury did such a great job with the flowers. Gorgeous!LOVE this shot Bethany took of Jen’s shoes!These are some of my favorite moments, between Jennifer and her mom and big sister.Beautiful bouquet shot by Bethany:Gah!! I loved this room! I love how Jennifer’s desire for bringing nature inside was so successful. Their families contributed a LOT–Jen’s mom created the wooden stands; Jason’s mom hand-painted 200 wine glasses for the guests to take home; Jason’s grandfather made wine from his own hand-picked grapes and bottled it with custom labels. Yow! Jason’s good friend Edward Frys made the cakes. He was actually a contestant on TLC’s “The Next Great Baker”!Love this one Bethany got of the bridesmaids! Hilarious.So we decided to spontaneously have the guys pick Jen up for a fun shot. There was a bit of trouble executing the move in the beginning, and I can’t help but share. Jen was such a good sport.Wedding Gangnam-style!
Congratulations, Jason and Jennifer!