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Jennifer was the essence of cool, calm and collected.  Joe didn’t talk much…you could tell he was so anxious to get the ball rolling.
Jenn’s friends and family smiled and teared up all, of course, so excited!  Joe and his boys made light and laughed, Joe could not stop smiling.
The final moments before walking down to Joe the bagpipes played and not one person in the room could deny the strength of the moment.  It was AMAZING.
Jenn’s dad took a deep breath, Jenn looked at her dad, smiled and made the move towards her husband.

It was an INCREDIBLE night!  My Joe and I could not have wanted to be anywhere else.  The amazingness of this couple is, well, just AMAZING!
The Country Club was BEAUTIFUL.  The crowd contained dancing fools…so many pictures of these dancing fools I had to only put up a few or else there would have been an insane number of pics in the post. (so be sure and get the link from the sweet couple)
The bride and her crew of girls made an appearance on stage.  The boys smoked their cigars.  It was a pants splitting good time…literally.
Jenn and Joe…we ADORE yall!!  Thank you for allowing us to document your entire night…You KNOW we CANNOT wait to watch your marriage grow, as well as CANNOT wait for the next time we get to hang out!!

Some of Jenn & Joe’s memories from the day:

Q. What was your favorite part about the wedding?

A. Seeing everyone have so much fun, the food, dancing with Joe.

Q. What was one quirky of crazy thing that happened on your wedding day?
A My sister and I did a dance we learned at summer camp years ago on stage to “Proud Mary,” it was amazing. And my garter fell off my leg as we were trying to leave, so I kicked up my shoe and shoved it in Joe’s pocket.

Q. What was the most special moment on your wedding day?
A. Walking down the aisle with Joe as husband and wife.

Q.  Any special details you would like to tell us about?
A. My something borrowed was a vintage fox stole, my something old was a tennis bracelet I received from my parents at my debutante ball, my something blue was my sapphire earrings from Nordstrom and my something new was my Christian Louboutin shoes. Sugar Kissed Bakery made the hundreds of cupcakes and the cake balls made to look like baseballs delivered to the out-of-town guests hotel rooms. My bridesmaids all wore earrings by Kendra Scott. I gave Joe an antique pocket watch with “To my husband and my hero love, your wife” engraved on it and we intended to heirloom it to our son/grandson

Q. Where will you be as a couple in five years? Hopes, dreams, kids, etc.?
A. Hopefully still giddy to be around each other and with a child or two. Probably still playing baseball, but certainly happy… if not happier.

Q. What do you look forward to the most about being married?
A. The promise of forever.

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In the words of the bride: -vendor love-

Church: Second Baptist
Venue: Houston Country Club
Dress designer: Marissa
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Bridesmaids: JS Boutique
Tuxes: Al’s Formal Wear
Flowers: Suzie Miller
Cake: Marlene Romero
Band: Complete Desire

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