Sara and Jake were set up by a family member who could plainly see their compatibility. Turns out their grandparents are from the same small town. And they both play a wicked game of softball. Oh and love fishing, basketball, and skiing. And probably 100 other of the same things that I didn’t learn about from the little time I got to spend with them. They both fed themselves a bite of cake before deciding how to deliver it to their new spouse. I can’t think of another couple who seemed more in tune when it came to personality and interests. And their wedding day seemed just as in sync. Their was just enough rain to keep things cool, but stopped when we really wanted to be outside. The sanctuary at North American Martyrs was huge enough to seat their million adoring family and friends. They rented a bus, not a trolley or not a party van, but a giant tour size bus to fit us all in. And the good times didn’t stop all night. I wouldn’t have changed a thing about their amazing day and from what I could tell from the toasts and wedding video there’s nothing these newlyweds would have changed about their journey to that day either. Fish and softball trash talk included. Enjoy the sampling:)
Absolutely love the pictures you have posted -Awesome job of capturing wonderful memories!!! Also really enjoyed your comments on their day!!!! Again-thanks,Kim Miriovsky.