Jeff and I had the pleasure of listening in to Father Rich’s ceremony in the ballroom as he blended Christian and Jewish traditions into a moving service.
The newlyweds shared a first dance to “I Do (Cherish You)” by Mark Wills. Jason gently led his new wife across the dance floor while Andrea kept her eyes fixed on his, completely attentive to his lead.
THE DETAILS: The tables were strewn with autumn leaves and decorated with giant martini goblets filled with red stones and floating candles. The girls wore wine colored dresses and carried bouquets of yellow gold and burgundy roses.
The speeches revealed Jason and Andrea’s love story, how they met in elementary school and Jason’s school boy crush developed into full blown love. They’d been together so long that Andrea’s father said their names went together like, “peanut butter and jelly.” Their marriage was natural.
The finale of the night came with a photo montage of pictures of Andrea and Jason through the years, as children all the way up to that very wedding day. Guests sprawled across the dance floor to watch and smile over the amazing images captured by Jeff and Lisa of Forever Moments Photography.
Andrea and Jason’s wedding day ended with a send-off to “Two Tickets To Paradise,” a fitting farewell as they departed for their Cancun honeymoon. Congratulations, guys!
Photos by Forever Moments Photography
Video by Best Of Times Video
Flowers by Mahopac Florist