Thursday, November 14, 2013

My Baby Sister as a Blushing Bride

And now, the moment you've all been waiting for... Mrs. Jenny Free!

I am by no means a pro photographer, but I tagged along for the bridal session and managed to get in some okay shots between fluffing the dress and teasing strands of hair to fall just so. It helped that the scenery was GORGEOUS. Welcome to American Fork Canyon, people. I miss those mountains so dang much. Too bad we otherwise aren't fans of Utah!

Jenny's dress definitely pulls on my heartstrings. Our great grandma made it in 1952 for our grandma's wedding in 1953. Then our mom wore it when she married our dad. Jen pulled it out of storage, gave it a few quick updates, and made it her own. Three generations of brides in one beautiful, handmade, heirloom dress.

Keeping with the heirloom theme, Jen wore this Navy locket from our great-grandpa, and Trevor wore a tie clip from our grandpa, the husband of the dress's original owner. Jen's custom ring really completed the look with its vintage design.

 But seriously... these mountains...

Cute candid - ooohhhh! They love each other!

Here's to a happily ever after for my baby sister and the wonderful man she married.


  1. I LOVE these! The details collage is my favorite! You're an amazing photographer! Love you!

    1. Thanks, Jen! You guys look amazing in all of this - I can't wait to see the real ones by the pro!


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