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NJ Wedding Photographers | Lauren and Justin

Photographed by Monmouth County NJ Wedding Photographers Julianne and Steven Markow

by Julianne

I spent an entire day yesterday trying to narrow this blog post down, and finally I gave up. Forcing myself to blog less than this would be like saying “there are too many moments”… which is impossible.

Lauren and Justin’s wedding was one that I could easily say is unique, because they’re unique… and their families are truly two of a kind. I’m pretty positive that some of the things I heard, and saw that day will never happen again at any wedding ever. The entire day read like this: cry, smile, laugh, crazy, beautiful… repeat. It couldn’t have been scripted any better.

Lauren and I go way back, all the way back to doing henna tattoos at Six Flags when we were teenagers… when I met Justin and saw the way they acted together, I just couldn’t wait to photograph them. They are two of the nicest people you could ever meet. When you talk to them you just can’t help but smile… and laugh…

The outpouring of love from both of their families is unbelievable… and seriously could they be more in love?

bride
groom blow drying hair
laughter funny moment captured by the markows

wedding photo of groom with groomsmen
wedding day moment captured by the markows
wedding photo of bride getting make up done by nj wedding photographers the markows
wedding photo of bride getting make up done by nj wedding photographers the markows
tattooed bride getting ready photos by nj wedding photographers the markows
heavily tattooed bride putting on make up by nj wedding photographers the markows
heavily tattooed bride
red wedding shoes
tattooed bride
tattooed bridal portraits
groom sees bride walk up aisle
couple exchanging vows
awesome first kiss
bridal party in the woods
tattooed couple wedding portraits
tattooed couple wedding portraits
romantic wedding day portraits
romantic wedding day portraits
fall wedding photos
wedding portraits in the woods autumn

“We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love.”

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