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Badger: Wedding Photos

It's been awhile since I blogged, and I can't think of a better way to get back into the swing of things than by talking about the Badgers and their lovely April wedding!

How can I describe this couple? They are fun, silly, chill, go-with-the-flow, spontaneous, casual, and relaxed. They love to have a good time.

They also have their priorities on track. You can just tell that they love each other, and they show that love in their affectionate embraces, loving words, constant support, and kind service.

I also know that they value their marriage and are willing to work at their relationship for eternity. How do I know? Well, Jordan and Lacey were married in the Indianapolis LDS (Mormon) Temple. Mormons believe that when marriages take place in this sacred building - the House of the Lord - that the family bond lasts beyond death. It's one of the sweetest beliefs (and one I cherish myself, as I married my husband about three years ago in the Louisville LDS Temple).

Jordan and Lacey, trust me that April weddings rock! I should know - that's another similarity we share. But it does bring it's own fair share of weather issues, right? It's sunny, cloudy, then threatens rain. That's ok - we do what we have to do and we get GREAT images. Happens every time.

Can we talk about Lacey's dress for just a second? It's beautiful, right? That train is absolutely stunning - my favorite part! Lacey told me it was a bargain and I loved it even more. In a world that thinks expensive things are better just because they cost more, I think we need to see that value and beauty do not necessarily equal dollar signs

One special tidbit about this wedding: my husband was a groomsman! You can tell which one he is - he's the shortest. But I loved having him there as I worked! So fun!

Jordan and Lacey, keep dancing, singing, playing games, and having fun!

Thank you so much for including me on your special day. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Badger!

P.S. The cake was AMAZING!

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