Annette and Jason. I’m trying to think of how to begin this post about two incredible human beings. I imagine the list of people who decide to celebrate 13 years of marriage by redoing the timeline of their life together is few and far between. Add to that the fact that Annette still fits into her wedding dress and you can understand why I’m not sure how to do them justice. When Annette contacted me about doing a session, she not only wanted the usual photographs, she wanted to incorporate every important moment of the history she shares with Jason. I’m thinking “floored” is the right term to use when I describe how I felt about their commitment to their
After meetings, phone calls, and emails, we met at Lake Williams on a gorgeous afternoon. They arrived with their kids and a Jeep full of props and clothing. Even Annette’s parents came along to help entertain the children while they did a long awaited “after wedding session.” We took photos of the two of them, family photos with their kids, and then switched to images that told the story of their time together. They had thought of everything. Where they first met, first kissed, first said “I love you,” had their first date, and where they got engaged. The coolest part? I could see the smiles and excitement as they relived all of these memories that have brought them to where they are today. I can’t be sure, but they may be the most perfect couple ever. In the history of couples.
I would love to share every photograph from their session but there are just too many to post here. Take a look through some of my favorites from the day. Annette and Jason, thank you both for being so involved in the planning of this, thank you for being incredible, and here’s to many more years of the same. We should schedule something for your 50th. I’ll be 77 at that point, but I should still be able to get some photos for you. Happy 13th Anniversary!