Saturday, July 24, 2010

Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Hewitt

Today I got the privilege of going to a great family friend and Young Life leader's wedding. Jamie is married! And it's kind of crazy to think about. But it's so cool! I have been to a wedding or two before this one but none were quite like Jamie and Carolyn's. It was so beautiful! Wow. They memorized the vows and they both said them just so it would mean more. And they wrote a marriage vow together that was in the program and it made me want to cry it was so beautiful. It's really amazing when two people are really truly in love. Especially when that love is centered around Christ. Beautiful. And that's the only word to describe this wedding. I'm so glad I got to go. I definitely would've missed out on something really special if I hadn't. So congratulations Jamie and Carolyn! 

Getting to go to their wedding today sort of helped me to see that getting to photograph weddings and engagements for a living would be the coolest job ever. I was completely jealous of the photographer there and I better get to see those pictures! I'm sure they're fabulous!!!! But it definitely was neat to watch the photographer and I really hope I get to do that someday. =).

But here are a few pictures I took throughout the day. Well, mom took a couple too. =). Some were taken here before the wedding but most were taken there, in Lexington. And I forgot the mention how beautiful the Washington and Lee campus is. And the chapel. Gosh. I want to go there now... But anyway, I didn't take any during the actual ceremony. =(. I didn't want to annoy anyone. Haha. I figured the photographer had that covered anyway. But even though there aren't any ceremony pictures, there are a few others that are good. =).











































































































































2 comments:

  1. Meredith, these are beautiful! I love the lemon wreath one. :)

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  2. Lauren!!! Thank you, thank you! :)

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