Janice and Jeff have such a cool story! They met in high school and and didn’t see each other for decades – or did they? When they reconnected in the 2000s they discovered their paths had actually crossed many times through the years but not once did they bump into each other.
Thanks to the modern world and the internet, their paths finally crossed again and the rest is…history! This summer they decided to get married and created a lovely backyard wedding at their home and their family helped them celebrate on what was seriously the nicest day we had all summer!
Taking the burlap and sunflower trend to an entirely new level, Janice and Jeff set the internet on fire with their ceremony arch! So simple, but huge impact and my friends and followers LOVED this idea!
2 ladders held it all together and propped up photos of loved ones who were with Janice and Jeff in spirit. The candles are battery operated to nothing dangerous going on.
A closer look – burlap, sunflowers, twinkly lights, battery candles, and a few things we all have in our garages – brilliant!
So here’s the thing….sometimes we don’t get it right on the first try. Not every relationship is THE ONE. Janice and Jeff show us that the universe knows what’s what and won’t put what’s right for you, in front of you, until you are right for it. Now that the time is right, they get to live their happily ever after together, madly in love! I love their story!
I made vow books for Janice and Jeff, and we included a Red String of Fate ceremony in their wedding and it was beautiful! So perfect for their story!
So happy to finally be married! Yay! I had such a great time with them and their families – I wish we could do it every week!
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