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Vivienne and Jason’s Classic and Romantic Wedding

Filed in Wedding — July 18, 2017

Congratulations Jason and Vivienne! Wishing you all the best on your journey ahead as husband and wife. It was an honor to officate your wedding.

Check out this link with more photos by Booth Photographics.  I couldn’t have described this wedding day and this stunning couple any better than this:

Vivienne and Jason’s day was one we’d been waiting for all year! From a work perspective, we knew we’d have the pleasure of working with one of our favorite planners, Cherry Blossom Events, and one of the best videographers around, Vaughter Weddings, and my floral darlings, Daffodil Parker. 

I knew we’d get to sleep in, drink coffee on our deck, and then go work with our dream team of vendors and I was so thrilled! But more than that, I was drawn in by the amazing, nuanced love I saw in Vivienne and Jason and I completely melted to see them so deeply happy. 

In our first meeting, Vivienne claimed in her hysterically direct way “Planning a wedding is expensive! I’d rather spend that money on Chanel handbags!” I laughed then realized she meant it…then laughed even more. I loved Vivienne and her insightful commentary from the moment I met her. But what I loved more was what she said next: “but Jason is so important to me and I want him to be surrounded by his family.” She knew how to love Jason in a way that meant adjusting her priorities to give something special to him. 

And Jason, a talented Dentist and quiet, introspective guy, knew how to be the stable, attentive support for Vivienne during times of intense pressure. It was really amazing to see how they chose love and gave love to each other.

Vivienne and Jason, thank you for including us on such a special day. I laughed, cried and cried again. Thanks for loving each other with your daily choices-it’s so inspiring and beautiful! Enjoy a few of our favorite photos from your day! More coming soon!

Thanks to my dream team:
Event planning and design: Cherry Blossom Events | Videography: Vaughter Weddings | Florals: Daffodil Parker | Venue and Catering: The Madison Club

 

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Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

Booth Photographics Madison wedding photographer

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