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Winter Wedding at The Officer’s Club

18 Jul 2019, Posted by P.J. Oswald in Weddings
A groom kisses his bride on the nose as her veil waves in the foreground

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”. As time-honored a tradition as it may be for a bride to gather these things on her wedding day, I reckon a sense of humor and a heaping helping of joy are even more crucial. And Lizzie and Jacob brought exactly that during their winter wedding at The Officer’s Club in Sacramento.

I’ve known Lizzie since her high school days back when my wife and second shooter Erica coached her cheerleading squad. Lizzie was a total sweetheart then, and that hasn’t been diminished by time. After all those years since high school she found her own sweetheart in Jacob. Now Jacob is a military man who understands discipline. Though he also knows how to crack up and geek out at the right times (check out his Iron Man tie pin). Put these two in the same state and you get a recipe for love, and as it happens, marriage.

Although they would start their married life on base in Montana, they chose to marry in their hometown of Sacramento. And wedding day celebration spanned the halls of St. Ignatius Loyola Parish to The Officer’s Club—as you’ll see in the memories below…

Lizzie and Jacob, it was an honor to serve you on your wedding day and meet the people most special to you. It was so obvious that you’ve got all the raw material you need to form a relationship that lasts a lifetime–no matter where on Earth you roam. You’ve got something special here, you two. We pray that the years ahead are as rich in love and joy as you’ve ever known. Blessings on what’s next!




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Stellar Service provided by:

Venue: St. Ignatius Loyola Parish / The Officer’s Club

Catering: The Officer’s Club

Dress: Miosa Bride

Tuxes: Macy’s

Florals: Arden Park Florist

Rings: Samuel’s Diamonds / Macy’s

Hair: Brian Guy at Cheveux Styling Salon

DJ: Sounds to Go

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