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October 25, 2012

Featured, an International wedding blog






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World travelin’, sustainability guru, humanitarian, foster and adoptive mommin’, photographer, photobooth-er, educator, multiple hat wearing entrepreneur. This girl’s love language is hugs and her tank is filled by serving others. You can find her under a palm tree, on a mountain, renovating a vintage trailer/house or running through the sprinklers with her husband, two boys and three fur babies.

I was contacted last week, but a lady from Vienna … who runs an international blog and I was so excited that she asked to feature me on her wedding guide/blog. Chelsea + Justin’s wedding has been drooled all over. I am so honored, and very thrilled to share with the whole WORLD what hard work they put into their wedding, and how neat they are as a couple and family.

Once again, I present to you our featured wedding + story on the Der Hochzeits wedding guide. Please click here or visit the link below to read more.

PS. It’s in another language.. so if anyone needs the translation, please see below these images.


Der Hochzeitz, Guide and wedding blogs, Destination wedding photography, Jana Marler

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Translation of blog post:

“The wedding of Chelsa and Justin is probably one of the most magical weddings, which we have here each show.
One highlight follows the other and looking at the pictures is delighted to again and again.

Chelsea and Justin we had a long wish list for their wedding. Your dream wedding should personally be especially memorable, comfortable, vintage-inspired and easy on the budget especially. The two had only a budget of about $ 2500 (only a photographer).

Therefore, creativity and technical skill was required. 
Both wanted in any case, that their groomsmen wear suits or tuxedos, so they worried cheap shirts, all of which were colored with a delicate shade of blue and pink combined with flies and suspenders. The bridesmaids wore dresses in sweet pink with unusual fabric flowers in pastel shades.

From antique stores unique decorative elements were gathered. All family members and helped build such a nicely decorated goal for the wedding ceremony and for the candy table were baked delicious sweets which were served in cute wooden boxes.

The ceremony was especially touching for the couple. It was very personal words chosen, the music it played and sung, and love was in the air.

After the wedding, Chelsea and Justin were pelted with marshmallows – sugar sweet idea.

Chelsea’s father rigged soft “Cs” with music sheets wrapped, which served as a seat cushion. Everywhere pretty flowers were in ancient vessels, signs with touching lyrics, straw bales, decorated tables and chairs …..

The Tortenfiguren have their story. Justin made a long time ago a stick figure made of cardboard from Chelsea and they stuck a veil out for the event that they would marry. Justin kept on that piece and gave it to his mother, asking her to use as a pie piece. Justin’s mom rigged then the suitable groom.

The remarkable photographer Jana Marie kept the many charming details firmly in beautiful images that make the best moments unforgettable.”

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