December 5, 2009

Lance & Jennie

Lance is in the Army and is currently stationed in Albuquerque. Jennie had the fun task of planning her wedding in her home state, while residing 2 time zones away. Jennie was a stunning bride and I could tell she really was excited about the day. She laughed a lot, and had a huge smile the whole day. While Lance may not have looked as excited, I understand he IS in the military and I can’t expect him to show too much emotion. Had the weather been a little warmer, the ceremony would have been outside, but sometimes these things do not work out the way you would expect! Best of luck to both of you!

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