9.07.2020

"The Big Day" Recap!!


The pics ya'll have been waiting for!!!
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We were all so blessed to take part in this Christ-honoring wedding!

Also, many thanks to Emily Mitton (link provided) for the awesome job on the pictures!

 
"The Lord hath done great things for us; whereof we are glad."
Psalms 126:3

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures!

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  2. Beautiful pictures. Were r they gonna live

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  3. The pictures are absolutely amazing, especially the one of all of you! Allison was a radiant bride. Where was Elizabeth's dress purchased at?

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  4. What lovely photos! Were they able to go on a honeymoon or did the "pandemic" impact that?

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  5. Oh, what a BEAUTIFUL day!!! Thank you so much for sharing this glimpse into Allison♥Jeremiah's *special* day!! The pictures, the radiant bride♥handsome groom, the colors, the sweet moments captured, the DRESS, the flowers, the smiles, the JOY!!! I've been so blessed by the example of these two, in their sweet trust and commitment to God's perfect plan, and in seeing His faithfulness displayed in their lives. Praise God!

    Thank you so much for letting us share in the special day, even across the miles! May He continue to lead and richly bless this precious couple, as they live joyfully and fully for Him as *Mr.♥Mrs. Jeremiah Helferich!* Woohoo!!! And happy just-over one month anniversary!:)

    With love and blessings,
    ~Martha Joy

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  6. Dear family,

    A big THANK YOU for the beautifull pictures.
    God bless your family.

    Best regards from Switzerland in Jesus name.

    Family E.

    PS: The Rebecca's dress was beautifull to. Where do you buy this?

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    1. You can find it on Mikarose clothing! But it was altered.

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