|Jordan Lee Gons, the groom, my brother|
with Jordan Elliot, the ring bearer, the nephew, my little man
|Sarah, maid of honor, waiting her entrance, smiling back at the bride; and the two beautiful little flower girls eager to see what's going on.|
|Look how she looks at him--endearment and respect, yes, truly love. |
Lissa, you were a beautiful bride because you are a beautiful woman.
Congratulations, Jordan. God has given you a very, very good gift!
Thanks, Jennie, for capturing this moment in a beautiful black & white!
|One of the symbolic traditions Jordan & Lissa incorporated into their ceremony was the pouring of two individual jars of holding sand into one larger jar.|
|"Hey, we're outta here." So maybe that's not what he actually said, but you know he was thinking it.|
|Happy to have the wedding as something they can look back on. Now husband & wife!|
|Father of the groom & mother of the bride making sure it's official.|
|My cousin, Anna, down from Maine, holding Mark.|
|Little ladies and gentlemen...|
|Enough playing gentleman with the little ladies. Can I please play Angry Birds!? To his delight, one of the bridesmaid willingly donated her iphone to the keep-little-boys-entertained foundation.|
|Very proud of Micah who was, on his own, without being asked, a big helper opening doors for guests, welcoming them, and (here) holding baby Mark.|
|Thank you, Jordan & Lissa, for including us all in your big day! We love you so much!!|
|My man & our 3 little men.|
|The flower girls' adorable little sister.|
|David & Marett|
|Jordan with long-time friend Cyrus and Lissa's brother|
|The wedding party|
|Baby on the runway--TOO CUTE--so happy with one sock off; the other, no doubt, soon to follow.|
|(You do realize this could be us in ten years, right?)|
|And one of my favorite shots before heading out to the heart of East Hampton for a fun "Pride & Prejudice" styled photo shoot before the reception.|