Monday, February 27, 2012

Part Six: Wedding Day

The moment I saw a picture of the San Diego temple was the moment I decided I wanted to get married there. I was just a little thing, but my did I fall in love with that temple. I had a small hand-held size picture of it in my room until I graduated high school. It's just SO PRETTY! Definitely a fairy tale castle. AND I FINALLY GOT TO SEE IT WITH MY OWN TWO EYES! Even Rachel and Maggie paused to stare at it when they arrived. I was so happy that I had the opportunity to attend Travis and Cami's wedding. I love watching the expressions of love on new couples faces. 
So geniune- So fresh- So beautiful- So In love. 


There it is! STUNNING! It's right off the interstate too! I squealed the moment I saw it!
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Pictures like these painfully remind me that I am an amateur photographer who has a lot to learn- {sigh}
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Kenzie shot one of me with my dream castle! YES! Thanks Kenzie!
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Susan and John- the beautiful Mother of the Groom...
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I love these too... so so so much... How must it feel to attend your grandchild's wedding? The JOY! It's all over their faces...
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Caitlin and Billy with their temple...
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THE BRAND SPANKING NEW COUPLE!!! Coming out their special exit! So happy!
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Rachel and Maggie were IN LOVE with the baby Jesus from the manger scene... in love I tell ya...
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Our crew... this trip worn my children out! Do you think she could catch a fly with that yawn?
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Reception- Mother and Son dance...
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My amazing parents enjoying the festivities...
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Congrats again Travis and Cami! Thank you for letting all of us be apart of your special day! 

2 comments:

Nathan & Holly Larson said...

You may be an amateur, but I'm constantly impressed with how much you've improved! And I think your pictures are spectacular!! They just keep getting better and better! Oh, and your trip sounds fabulous!!

Pop and Nana said...

Wow! Such great memories to re-live over and over again. Thanks Jess!