With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Double Wedding, Double Anniversary, Double Joy!

Friday, June 5, 2009

Double Wedding, Double Anniversary, Double Joy!

Seven years ago...
(Jamie & Jill in the back yard prior to leaving for the church)
One couple is cautious, planning, deliberate... one couple more spontaneous. One couple chooses a date in June and begins planning, thoughtful about schooling and schedules. One couple says, "yeah, we think we are going to marry in August."

Two marriages in two months??? Mother-of-the-Bride(s) is struck with an idea... just an idea.
One young man is excited, the other is pensive... tentative (understandably, as most don't expect to share their wedding day). More pondering the idea.

It's a go! Now, to plan a day that celebrates the union of husband and wife before God, family and friends... one that allows for the spotlight to shine on each couple individually... and yet encompasses the precious closeness shared by sisters that not only entered the world together but have a bond that enables them to relate to each other in ways singletons can not imagine.
It was all of that plus so much more...
(Beautiful Brides)
(Our Four Daughters)
(Jill, Mom & Jamie) (One VERY proud Dad) (Waiting Grooms)

(a loving kiss)

(Mr. & Mrs. Joshua and Jamie & Mr. & Mrs. Brad and Jill)

(a family picture)
(The Wedding Parties)
From this day forward...

Happy Happily Everafter you guys. You can't imagine what a tremendous blessing all four of you are to us. We love you and are so proud of you!
Mom and Dad
The music playing is called Freedon by Michael W. Smith. It was what the couples selected as the Bridal march as their Dad walked them down the isle to their waiting Beloved.

Oh, did I mention Josh also has an identical twin :)

I have no greater joy than to hear my children are walking in the truth.3 John 1:4
Photo's by Photo Loft Photography, Medford NJ


Walking on Sunshine... said...

This was one of my father's favorite verses!! I love the idea of a double wedding. The pictures are so beautiful. Your one daughter on the left looks so much like you!! What beautiful dresses and how sweet they look on their dad's arms!! Love it!!! Thanks for sharing the pictures!

Mildred said...

What truly magical wedding pictures and such lovely daughters, mom and dad! You are truly blessed!

Happy Anniversary to both.

Lady Farmer said...

Oh, that was enchanting!
Thank you for sharing such a memorable event with us.
Oh, and Happy Aniversary to the happy couple(s)!!
Blessings to you all!

Miss Jen said...

That was simply marvelous!!! :>)
I enjoyed every picture...
your daughters were BEAUTIFUL Brides!!
What a neat story... loved it, loved it!!!!
Reminds me of Jane and Lizzy at the end
of P&P 1995... too lovely *sigh*

Happy Anniversary to
Mr. & Mrs. Joshua and Jamie
& Mr. & Mrs. Brad and Jill!!!! :>)

Many Blessings~ Jen

Nadine said...

Simply beautiful - the brides, the wedding, the parents, the sisters. Your children are beautiful. Lovely pictures.

Congratulations and Happy Anniversary.

crochet lady said...

How wonderful to be able to share that special day with a sister. The photos are wonderful, both ladies so lovely in their gowns of white.

My hubby and I got married on my mom and dad's 35 wedding an. It was very special too.

~~Deby said...

What a great idea this way..and the pictures are beautiful....you have such pretty daughters...they take after their mom !!!

Joy said...

That is so beautiful! (sniff) I've got my hanky out now...(sniff) I'm so emotional and sentimental, I can cry at stranger's weddings (and funerals, and births an TV)(now wringing out hanky...)

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Oh my goodness, what a double dose of beauty and magic your two girls had at their dream wedding! Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us!

Loved all the beautiful pictures. Can't imagine that Josh is also a twin!!!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

beautiful photos!! thanks for telling this story. came over from angelic accents.

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Thank you for sharing this! I've never seen pictures of another double wedding before! And I've never attended one except mine! I remember the priest at our wedding said, "Luigi and Lito...oops, it's my first time to officiate in a double wedding" He got the names mixed up, saying both the grooms names!

Your daughters are lovely! I'm sure it became more memorable for them because it was shared! Patsy from


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