Jackson and Mollie’s wedding day was one for the books! Seriously though – these two have the sweetest love for one another. On the way home I told my husband, “Jackson and Mollie are perfect for one another. Their personalities so clearly compliment each other, and it’s so clearly that Jackson ADORES Mollie.”
Mollie got ready in her grandparents house, surrounded by friends. Her wedding dress was a GORGEOUS hand-me-down from an elderly friend who was unable to have children, but wanted her dress to be passed on through generations. Her veil was found by her seamstress, who was given it by a gentleman who’s wife had passed away. Somehow, the dress and the veil matched perfectly.
Mollie, her twin sister, and I went to a park where Jackson was waiting to see his bride. After the sweetest first look and some fun bridal party pictures, everyone headed to Siouxland Christian School where the ceremony would take place in less than an hour. They were soon married and spent the rest of the evening celebrating with their family and friends.
Jackson + Mollie, I’m so glad that I got to know you better throughout your engagement! Being your friend *and second cousin-in-law!* is a privilege!
Abbie's interest in architecture made The Salisbury House in Des Moines the obvious choice for her summer portrait session!
Sam and Abbie's Altoona, IA engagement session at Pine Hollow Stables was a horse lovers dream. We spent the whole evening walking around the pasture and even visited the spot where they got engaged!