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Maria never saw herself getting married. She wasn’t one of those little girls growing up who envisioned her wedding dress and what it would look like. In her own words, “Just as I had accepted my spinsterhood, I logged onto my old dating site account for one last look and saw a message. For the first time ever the message was actually intelligent. His profile made him out to be the biggest dork ever & yet something was drawing me to message him back. After a few messages we set up a time to meet. I knew going into this date that there was no way this was going to go anywhere. So instead of listening to all the advice to not be myself, I went 100% as myself. No make up. No fancy clothes. No thoughts of holding back and not sharing my opinions or thoughts & for the first time ever, he actually cared what I had to say. He was interested in my opinions. He wanted to hear my thoughts. I had gone on this date thinking there is no way I could ever be interested in this guy and yet here I was walking away from the date looking forward to the next one.”
Maria & Jason’s River Farm Wedding fell on a gorgeous day at the beginning of September. Their non-traditional, traditional Jewish wedding was full of a mint green wedding dress, seeing each other before the wedding & all the traditional of a Jewish ceremony. The day reflected them exactly as they are. A way their relationship started out. No secrets. No hidden selves. Just Maria & Jason. Congratulations you two!! May you be blessed with a lifetime of honest love!
Signing the Ketubah – the Jewish Marriage License
I LOVE their cake!! Fluffy Thoughts did an amazing job!!!
While not all of these rings are Maria & Jason’s – Maria wears the twisted rose gold & Jason wears the gold band. Jason’s band was his grandfather’s wedding band. The diamond bands on the top & on the bottom were the wedding band his grandmother & great-grandmother’s. We decided they needed to be together one last time.