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Jessica and John’s Barn Wedding

Filed in Wedding — June 26, 2014

Here is a sneak peek of photos by Laurelyn Savannah of a sweet couples, Jessica and John, that got married on June 21 at Over the Vines.  It was raining just before their wedding began, but Jessica was determined to get married outside so despite the light showers we went ahead with the ceremony.  They were such a fun and laid back couple that they easily went with the flow when the decision was made to bring the wet chairs inside for guests to sit down on after the ceremony in case it continued to rain, and instead have the guests stand throughout the ceremony.  So as the ceremony began I encouraged the guests to come in closer and surround the couple with their love, giving it a warm and intimate feeling.

 

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