To say that Monica was “beaming” on her wedding day would be an understatement. Monica smiled from ear to ear, the. entire. day. And Jason seemed to know that he was a pretty lucky guy too, getting to marry Monica. :) It was a beautiful day for their wedding at Ft. Belvoir and it was evident that they allowed every moment sink in- they were overjoyed to be celebrating their wedding with family and friends, and even more excited that this was just the beginning of their marriage.
I am telling you, I think her face was stuck like this. :)
The traditional Saber Arch.
I always say, when you have a wedding party of 16, it’s best to squeeze them all in to one small space. (I’ve actually never said that… but it sure was fun to try!)
We took time for portraits around the Officer’s Club on the Army base.
An impressively coordinated first dance.
Monica and Jason had an early afternoon reception. This did not, however, mean that the party was any less rocking…
This definitely happened. (Yes, that is two of the groomsmen/groom’s brothers doing leap frog on the dance floor).Congratulations, Monica + Jason. Love you guys!