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Congratulations Mike & Jacquelyn!

Mike & Jacquelyn were married back in October.  They had an emotion filled day and gorgeous downtown ceremony/reception.  The ceremony was held at St. James Episcopal Cathedral followed by a reception at the Empire Room in the Palmer House.  We made some quick stops around the city to grab some amazing photos and I had a lot of fun working with the bridal party.  Jacquelyn provided a little info on how she and Mike met and got engaged.

Jacquelyn and Mike went down to Mizzou for her brother, Michael’s, graduation. Mike told Jacquelyn that he had a surprise for her Saturday morning involving friends passing through Columbia. Unable to completely lie to Jacquelyn, Mike “confessed” that they were going to see her sorority pledge class brick at the Alumni Center, but who they were meeting would remain a secret. Though suspicious, Jacquelyn agreed to go that morning. They drove up to the Alumni Center and wandered toward the bricks. Mike pulled Jacquelyn inside to “wait” for friends. About a minute later, he wanted to go scope out the bricks. As Jacquelyn and Mike, walked past the bricks, he pulled her to a row where the sorority pledge class was to be. When Mike pointed out the brick, Jacquelyn looked down to discover that it said “Jacquelyn will you marry me? Love Mike”. When she turned around, Mike was on his knee!

As always, check out a few of my favorite photos.  Thanks again Mike & Jacquelyn for inviting me to be a part of your wonderful day!

*** Click to watch Web Slideshow ***

-Andrew

Vendors

Pastor: Reverend Kevin Goodman
Gown: Priscilla of Boston
Hair: Mario Tricoci
Makeup: Paula of City Lights Makeup Artistry
Bridesmaids: Priscilla of Boston
Groomsmen: Mens Wearhouse
Invitations: Sincerely Martha
Flowers: Belmonte’s Florist
Band: Gold Coast Orchestra
Cake: Take the Cake
Video: Orange Wedding Films

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