When asked to shoot a wedding for a previous college friend(s) of mine, I was thrilled to say the least. I was not only looking forward to seeing old friends, but also having the pleasure of enjoying their music together. I don’t remember the exact day of freshman year when I met John and Billie Jo, but I do recall a few late nights with them, listening the ‘the Wingmen’ serenade us around a campfire. For Jo, John was a package deal, guitar, voice, looks, and all; among charming, intelligent, and downright chivalrous. These two were the most visibly happy couple of 2011; their smiles and laughter are contagious. Their wedding party was filled with siblings and dear friends who were equally as ecstatic to be a part of their day. Their pre-Chinese fire drill prank was one to remembered as well as the inside handshakes, shot gunning, and dancing. My little sister was out from Utah and was able to come along and see what her big brother does for a living. I am looking forward to many more photo-adventures together. Looking at these images, I realized I included the moments sometimes left out of wedding blogs. I am hoping to include more of these types of images in the future. The wedding story just wouldn’t be complete without those in-between images that are not always perfect or planned, but are real life. The photos that remind you of a moment, an emotion, a fleeting thought all leading up to the words “I do.” You might not remember every single person who was at your wedding, or remember what was on the tables, but I hope you remember the way you felt about one another on that day, because when it is all over, your commitment to one another is all that matters. Enjoy the in-between moments because your life is full of them.