“I love her and that is the beginning and the end of everything.” The Great Gatsby
During bedtime prayers, Whitney’s parents would pray with her, telling her that God would send her the perfect partner, her husband. Coincidences are believed to be God’s small miracles. Meeting Jeff was one of those moments. Whitney kept running into people who knew him, who believed that they would make the perfect couple. The day she finally met him, she asked God to send her a sign to show that he was the one. Her prayers were answered… as was his. Their usual shyness was gone and a confidence in the love they held replaced it.
Another coincidence or small miracle would happen at her 1920’s themed wedding. Her aunt walked through the door and gave her a message from her grandmother in heaven. It was a handwritten note and gift… a 1920’s flapper. Whitney knew her grandmother was her.
Whitney walked down the aisle to Jeff who never took his eyes off of her. Their heart felt vows touched everyone.
If you believe that seriousness was the sub theme of this wedding, you are mistaken. Jeff and his guys walked into, “The Mob Goes Wild,” their parents had a kissing contest before the toast, and Whitney not only smashed cake in his face, but rubbed it in his beard. Party they did because, “A little party, never killed anyone.”
Venue: The Summit House in Fullerton California
Photography: A Story in Time Photography– Jessie Cadenas and Tyler Wadsworth with the photography assistance of Stephanie Arellanes
To see all pictures from this event, click HERE.
JacobBeautiful story and pictures! You really are blessed to do what you love!
MonicaAbsolutely gorgeous pictures!!! Whitney was the Princess and Jeff the Prince!
Rob DodsworthSuch elegance and what a gorgeous couple. Really beautifully captured!
Charlene HaoBeautiful pics
Kailie VongsagaBeautiful pictures!
RachelThey are so cute together!