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A Fort Belvoir Wedding

  • Jeff + Rosie

Jeff’s brothers stepped up to the microphone at reception and explained that even though they were young when Rosie came into Jeff’s life, they remembered seeing him change… and it was a good change. Rosie and Jeff started dating in high school… and while some say high school is too early to seriously date someone, I think these two would disagree. There are only a few people in the world that are lucky enough to meet their soulmate in high school and Jeff and Rosie are one of those couples!! Their love has been growing for one another for so many years! They fell in love as teenagers, went to college together and then moved to NY for grad school and now, as of Sunday afternoon, they are officially Mr. and Mrs.!!! I loved watching them say their vows and exchange rings! After each part of the ceremony, they would smile and squeee one another’s hands because they knew they were closer and closer to being husband and wife!!

Their families smiled, cried and cheered as the priest introduced the new Mr. and Mrs. Lindemann!! I just loved being a part of this beautiful wedding and the weather couldn’t have been more perfect for Jeff and Rosie! These two are the best! I literally pulled off of the side of the road (well, Michael pulled off, I rarely drive these days) and asked Rosie and Jeff if they were ok with standing in a field really quick to catch that last little bit of golden light and they were in!! Not only were they willing to take a few more pictures but they were excited about it! Those portraits ended up being some of my favorites from the entire day! I can’t wait to share! Enjoy this summary of Jeff and Rosie’s big day in images!! Jeff and Rosie, thank you for allowing us to celebrate alongside of you!! What an amazing day!!

Rosie’s mom wore this on her wedding day! 

LOVE that portrait on the left! Rosie you were a beautiful bride!!

What a cutie!

Rosie’s parents…

Love this!

Married!! And the ring bearer offered up a high five as they exited! :)

So much joy!!

It’s SUCH a blessing to marry into a family that loves your family! Love this shot of the moms taken by Michael! I was wondering what took him so long to meet us outside but he was obviously shooting important moments! :) 

Rosie and Jeff have some of the cutest “Grandma” shots!

Favorite!!

Love these!

We had to show off a little of the FALL leaves in Fairfax!!

To the field we go!

Last but not least… how adorable is the photo squad on the right?! ha!

 
Ceremony | St. Leo the Great Catholic Church
Reception | Fort Belvoir Officer’s Club
Florists |  Brookhill Event Florals and Design
Dress | Kleinfeld’s
DJ | Andrew Yanziac
Hair | Bubbles for Hair
Cake | Bee’s Wedding Cakes

xoxo, Katelyn
12 Comments Weddings
  1. Amanda reply

    Gorgeous Katelyn! And don’t you LOVE those fall colors! We have been shooting them like crazy! Perfect!

  2. Kathryn Grace reply

    Mmm, love the field shots. Anybody who is hesitant at first to climb into a field has got to feel it’s worth it when they see the pictures!

  3. Elise reply

    Oh so very beautiful. Many blessings to them! And yes, I love the family shots!

  4. Melissa Farmer reply

    Beautiful! Congrats to fellow CNU alumni!

  5. Kristina W. reply

    Haha, I love the last photo on the right! Such adorable photographers-in-the-making! :)

  6. Maggie reply

    LOVE the field shots. They’re so romantic and intimate.

  7. Carrie logan reply

    those pictures of celebration right after the ceremony are my fave. :) priceless. goooo michael + katelyn! ;)

  8. Jennifer reply

    Congrats!! Absolutely beautiful!!

  9. Kimber Wassenberg reply

    All their portraits are amazing and I love those bouquets! Amazing job as always!!!!

  10. Allison reply

    Gah, those grandparents shots– so emotional! Love it! And love those b&g portraits :)

  11. Rici reply

    Love this bride!! Delicate style.
    ~ Saluti.

  12. Angela Snyder reply

    Oh my goodness, those grandma shots almost made me cry, I wish i had those from mine..and her bouquet is awesome!

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