Denise & Jack | Grand Lodge

Remember this stunning couple?  (Engagement Photos)  Denise and Jack tied the knot on August 10th.  The girls got all dolled up at the Orenco Station Hotel and prepared Denise for her Groom by helping her get her dress on (twice lol) and praying over her.  Jack saw his gorgeous bride at a park nearby and was all smiles.  Everyone headed over to their church, Westside Bible Fellowship, for the moving ceremony.  Prayers were shared, a unity candle was lit and one of the groomsmen sang a heart-felt song for the couple…meanwhile the cute flower girls munched on goldfish crackers.  Denise and Jack and said their I do’s and were pronounced man and wife.  They were so happy walking down the isle you just couldn’t help but to smile as big as they were.  We rushed off to the reception at the Grand Lodge in Forrest Grove.  The tables were decorated in purples and pinks and smelled like lavender.  Denise and Jack enjoyed a wonderful dinner with their “I do” and “Me too” forks.  After a few toasts and some cake-in-the-face action we snuck off to take a few photos in the lodge.  The couple returned and danced the night away with family and friends.  At the end of the night they ran out of the lodge as laughing guests tossed lavender and waved goodbye to the couple.  Denise and Jack enjoyed their honeymoon in Hawaii and are now settled in their new home in Texas.  Denise and Jack- congratulations to both of you, Edward and I wish you nothing but blessings, love and happiness in your marriage.  I hope you enjoy the photos.

 

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September 5, 2013 - 2:27 AM

Kira - So beautiful, love the night time photos!

September 5, 2013 - 11:04 PM

Adventures in Dressmaking - Gorgeous! We got married at McMenamins Edgefield so I always love seeing other weddings at McMenamins settings!

September 6, 2013 - 9:38 PM

Pech - Love the shot with the blue sky echoing the colors of the bridesmaids dresses, and the detail of the two lil girls and the goldfish for a bit of whimsy!

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