I was excited to meet up with Jodi and Vance for their wedding. They had styled their wedding in a retro 60s/70s kind of a theme, so I was going in shooting with that in mind. I actually really like that era so it promised to be a fun day!

Jodi wore a modified version of her mother’s original wedding dress. Her daughter (the flower girl) also had a dress from the same source! So cool!

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Getting prettied up!

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And of course, the church also had that retro feel to it. The ceremomny was lovely. Congratulations!

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Jodi and Vance were driven around in a couple of awesome classic American muscle. More details to follow!

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All the boys!

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We went to Plaza Bowl, which also had the perfect retro decor. Might as well throw in a couple retro poses in there too, right?

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The girls were hilarious!

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Car #1: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T.

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Car #2: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

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Guys looking suave

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King and Queen. Chilling out a bit at the Chateau Louis.

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The reception was really nice.

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First dance!

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Jodi and Vance, congratulations on your wedding! It certainly was a great day and I loved the retro feel.

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