Whoa, is it February already? And Friday to boot? Holy cow how time flies. Well, we’re delighted today to share with you Jen & Rob’s wedding, our very first of 2011, with you. Enjoy! And be sure to check back Monday for more 2010 Superlatives!

Want more from their wedding? View the complete gallery here. The password is Jen’s maiden name and is case-sensitive.

The fab team:
Ceremony venue: Christ Episcopal Church
Reception venue and catering: Boar’s Head Inn
Hair & Make-up: Emily Garbee
Band: The John Winntet
Transportation: Albemarle Vintage Limousine
Florist: University Florist

Jen’s gorgeous shoes were custom made for her by Stuart Weitzman to match her dress. So gorgeous!

Jen looking oh-so-stunning!

Jen’s sister practicing her song prior to the ceremony.

One of Rob’s groomsmen plays Guitar Hero while awaiting the ceremony’s start.

Love this of Robert peeking to see Jen!

Whoo-hooo! Just married!

Too cute and too funny!

Jen & Rob were engaged at Christian’s during the snow storm in December 2010, our local (and in our opinion, best) pizza joint, so we had to head over there for some quick portraits. So fun and it had the added benefit of getting them out of the freezing cold!

**love**

Their super-sweet ride to the Boar’s Head!

Seriously LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this shot Bill got after their cake cutting!!

Dear j&r,

It’s hard to describe the joyousness with which you live your lives. From the first time we met, to your engagement session, and then of course on your wedding day, it was obvious to us how much you valued all the people in your lives. It was especially clear, when we chatted about what was most important to you when telling the story of your day, you related to us more about the people in attendance and what they meant to you more than anything the two of you might have shared (aside perhaps from your shoes, which certainly got an honorable mention ;-). There was your sister who sang during the ceremony, your choral teacher who played the organ, your flower girl who braved a brand new post-surgery arm cast to be cute-as-ever,  and of course your parents who really could not stop smiling.

At your rehearsal dinner, Rob, your brother set the tone for the next day’s festivities with his composition and singing of an original score to celebrate your wedding. We don’t think there was a dry eye in the house, and rightly so, given the thoughtfulness and love put into it. We’re so grateful to have been a part of your celebration. Thank you so much for having us out to document it for you. We couldn’t be more thrilled for you both!

xoxo…
…a&b

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