Dan and Jenny are the kind of people you instantly make friends with. They made sure everyone was having an amazing time at their wedding, they made sure I had a spot for dinner (and put me at the “fun” table!), and they made sure they weren’t too busy for a hug goodbye at the end of the night. I knew when I met them at their engagement session it was going to be a fun filled year planning and prepping for their wedding day – and it was!
The dark skies and weather leading up to the ceremony were a lil concerning but the rain held off and went right around us just in time for their outdoor vows. The backdrop of the golf course at South Hills Golf and Country Club was gorgeous as Dan and Jenny promised their forevers to each other and officially became a duo. During their ceremony they made a unity painting together – the blank canvas representing the start of their lives together and the colors representing the experiences and milestones that lie ahead – the moments that become the days that make up the years. There will be spots on the canvas that blend and flow together and places where the colors stay separate but still compliment each other. Spots that look dark and messy. Other places on the canvas will remain bare, but when you step back and look at the canvas you will see “an original masterpiece” unlike anything else. How cool is that?! What a great depiction of what life and marriage is all about. I love when couples incorporate such unique details in their day!
Below is the story of Mr and Mrs Zirbel! Take a look:
Dan surprised Jenny with FOUR Packer tickets before the ceremony – lucky girl!
How cute are these ring bearers?!
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