The double doors closed behind her Maid of Honor and then opened at the same time to reveal to Scott the bride he had waited for so patiently and prayed for so fervently. I’d be willing to place a bet that he didn’t hear a word the pastor, his grandfather, said until it came time to repeat his vows, because he couldn’t take his eyes off her. He didn’t look away but stared at her in a quiet awe that seemed straight out of a movie. Scott and Jessica were married Saturday and I was so thankful to be a part of it! I know God is doing something special in their lives and so did everyone else in the room. I teared up at least three times as they made their covenant with each other and the entire room joined in a chorus of sniffles as Scott presented the late mother’s mother with a single rose after he and Jessica lit their unity candle. I hope you enjoy a few shots from the day!
They kept sneaking peaks at each other during the solo…
We have one like this from their engagement shoot too, I just love the color in those eyes!
While we were taking this photo, Scott declared, “Now that’s a perfect picture.”
Even amongst the paparazzi at the reception, they had no idea anyone else was in the room while they danced.
I think everyone needs a guest willing to teach Michael Jackson dances to the reception guests!
I had to sneak this one on the blog because all of her bridesmaids were married and being married myself i love to see romance between husbands and wives, especially at weddings!
Congratulations guys! I hope you’re enjoying your honeymoon and that Scott’s parents cancelled their coinciding reservation, haha!