Last Saturday I got to hang out with two fantastic people on their wedding day. Kent and Jessica are perfect for each other and I was so excited to see them finally get married! Check out some of my favorites from the day below! Thanks Kent and Jessica for being up for anything, easy to work with and all around adorable! Thanks too to Kent and Jessica's families who made me feel like a part of their families who made me feel like family. It is no wonder that Kent and Jessica turn out so wonderful they grew up with a lot wonderful people in their lives.
The day started out at the Haircutting Establishment where Amanda did an amazing job on Jessica's hair and makeup. Amanda is the sweetest thing ever so if you need a good stylist look her up!
I loved Kent's face when he saw Jessica for the first time! Kent and Jessica chose to see each other before the ceremony which gave them a few minutes to enjoy each other and allowed for ample time to get some great photographs in a relaxed, unrushed afternoon.
You may have seen Kent's awesome Chevy truck in their engagement photos--well check out this perfect little spot to photograph their rings. The first person to correctly guess where on the truck I photographed the rings in the comments below will receive a $5 Starbucks giftcard...be sure to leave some contact info so I can get it to you
(if I've already showed you the picture and told you where it was taken I'm afraid you can't win because that would be cheating).
Beautiful flowers by Courtyard Garden Flower
--so pretty and reasonable too I hear.
I would definitely check them out!
Don't these ladies look amazingly beautiful?!
Kent and his men rocking the 'mafia' look...do mafia men smile?
The handsome groom!
The gorgeous bride!
I LOVE this picture--these two are so cute together!
There was some serious garter action
Quite a few ladies were ready for the bouquet too!
Classic cake smashing of a stunning cake created by Mechealle DeVries. Every cake of hers I've seen is perfectly crafted and tastes amazing and this was no exception! I love the little one watching the smashing...something tells me he was taking notes and wants to try that at home!
A perfect first dance.
And a whole lot more fantastic dancing as the evening went on--check out these moves below! Please note that the "break dancing" little one standing on his hands is only around three years old. I'm still trying to figure out how he can dance so much better than me. I think everyone who was on the dance floor should try out for "So You Think You Can Dance"! There were some serious moves out there!