JD and I just love Crystal and Marcus. If you spend any amount of time with them, two things are immediately clear-they are totally meant for each other, and they radiate good times everywhere they go. Their wedding was all about having fun and celebrating the awesomeness that is Crystal and Marcus!
The weather was absolutely gorgeous-and I was totally impressed by Northwest Forest. They have an Alamo. For real. You’ll see.
If there was a Cute Overload for floral arrangements…this would so be on it.
One of the many reasons why I loved this wedding. Crystal went the practical-but-cute route and wore these super cool sandals!
We got Marcus and his groomsmen to do their best Anchorman impression-pretty badass, right?
The ceremony was in a beautiful gazebo area behind the even more beautiful hotel!
We spent a little time at the Alamo, yes-the ALAMO, at Northwest Forest for some portraits after the ceremony.
I just love this photo. During the cake cutting, JD caught some bright flash off a guest that turned out to be awesome-it created a shadow on the wall that looks like some sort of attack is going on!
Zack got attacked by a swarm of women on the dance floor. He acted so embarrassed, but I think this photo is proof he was totally eating it up!
There was a special surprise at the reception-Crystal’s uncle skillfully played the sax for a few songs.
Do you SEE the way Marcus is looking at Crystal? My heart, it is melting.
The toasts at their wedding were probably my favorite so far. The guys were good, but the ladies totally brought the comedy. Crystal’s maid of honor told us a priceless story of Crystal asking her to dig up some information on Marcus, also known as “Coach Handsome!”
Crystal keeps the party going while waiting at the bar!
This little kiddo just plain ran out of steam-but she was dancing up a storm just a few hours before.
Crystal and Marcus, we have so enjoyed working with you and your families. Congratulations!
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