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Friday, August 14, 2009

Julie and Jason - Married - Part Two

And part two! Here we go!

Julie and Jason's ceremony was held at the Fairmont United Methodist Church in Raleigh, NC. Their reception was held at the awesome 1705 Prime - LOVED that place.

Also, major shout out to Alyse Woodward Events on this wedding.....Alyse rocked it.....no shock there. :)

After we all arrived to the reception, Julie and Jason requested a few more photos before they were introduced - we were MORE than happy to oblige. :)

How cute are these mad libs for the guests to fill out?

And finally, how could I pass up the awesome wine case for one last portrait? :)

Congratulations Julie and Jason! Love you guys. :)


Ruby Slippers said...

Stunning pics, Cheyenne! I LOVE the groomsmen jumping one! And tell the bride I love her hair :-)

Trin said...

Great job! I love the wine cellar photo. I also love the mad libs idea - I might just have to steal that! :)

missjulierae said...

Thank you Cheyenne and Geoff for everything ... such beautiful reminders of a beautiful day :) The mad libs were a last minute project that turned out to be one of my favorite things! Email me and I'll send you the file!

Stephanie Pulliam said...

holy crap! that last shot is ridiculous!!!!!

Jesse Fender said...

I LOVE the picture in the wine cellar! So creative! That might be my favorite of all time!!

Elizabeth Whisennant said...

The mad libs were adorable. I love all the details from the ceremony and reception.

Alyse Woodward Events - North Carolina Wedding Planner said...

So glad we paused for a few shots before the reception - they are my favorite of the day.

Bobbie said...

Oh my goodness! I love these! Amazing!!!!

Anonymous said...

I also love the mad libs idea - I might just have to steal that! :)
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