They could not have been happier on their wedding day. And although Jay & Dianna agreed to minimize their “high fives”, they just couldn’t help it. When you’re that happy, you just can’t contain yourself! It was so great catching so many moments where that’s just what they did, well, because that’s the thing they do. It’s who they are. It’s so important for us to document and capture who people are and what’s unique to them, not just take pretty pictures. We captured Jay & Dianna doing what they do and being who they are on a day that will never be forgotten!!
We had so such a blast! The wedding party was fun, energetic and so happy to be a part of this day with Jay & Dianna. We got to ride around in a cool trolley and also create some awesome images in front of sheriff cars, one being Jay’s. Because of the later ceremony start time and the fact that they wanted to go straight to the reception afterwards, Jay & Dianna chose to do a first look. We were able to get everything done beforehand. After the first look and some family formals in the Catholic Church, Jay and Dianna had some bride and groom time together on the same grounds that brought them together – where Dianna’s house once stood. This is the same place where Jay also proposed. It only makes sense for that place to be part of the day that marks the beginning of their journey together as husband and wife. It’s where they would like to rebuild a house and build their family one day.
Their day was beautiful and elegant and the weather was amazing! They were united as husband and wife at Epiphany Catholic Church with an elegant reception at the Columbia County Fairgrounds banquet hall. Francis Event Designs did it again!!! Nice job, Amy
Thank you so very much, Jay & Dianna, for inviting us to take part in and document your wedding day and tell your amazing story.
Please visit Jay & Dianna’s story page and view their wedding day slideshow by clicking the link below. Stay tuned for their full-image gallery soon. Album pre-design will follow shortly thereafter.