“a home is much more than a house built of lumber, brick, or stone. a home is made of love, sacrifice, and respect. we are responsible for the homes we build. we must build wisely, for eternity is not a short voyage. there will be calm and wind, sunlight and shadows, joy and sorrow. but if we really try, our home can be a bit of heaven here on earth.”
– thomas s. monsoni think out of all the weddings i’ve photographed, this one felt the most surreal. to watch someone i’ve known (literally) for her whole life be the most stunning bride on her wedding day? it’s so crazy, in the most wonderful way. just 2.5 years ago was the last time i had jenn in front of my camera, you can click HERE to see those photos (and if you scroll all the way to the bottom there are a few REAL fun throw back photos ;) ) safe to say, i’ve never seen jenn happier than she was last friday, when she and dallin were sealed in the washington dc lds temple on the most perfect winter day. it was beyond freezing outside, but these two had the biggest smiles on their faces all day long, just so happy and joyful to be surrounded by all of their favorite people. it was truly such an honor to be a small part of it all! congratulations to the new mr. and mrs. harris! xo! the best part of this next photo? dallin’s niece in the front corner giving that side stink eye! ;) cracks me up every time!this four lovely ladies have always held such a special place in my heart! i adore each one of you!
one of my favorites from the day! the temple grounds are beyond stunning!these next two were favorites as soon as i took them! love love love!these guys showed off some pretty incredible dance moves! ;) all of these adorable little ones stole the show! they had the best time and it made me so happy to see how much jenn and dallin clearly adore their nieces and nephews!so so so happy for you, jenn! i adore you so!happy new year!! :)