Lori and Jason are so special. I know I already told you this before, but they are so nice and kind. I feel lucky to know them.
Their wedding ceremony happened to be in Millcreek Canyon. It is was a very intimate ceremony. There is a saying that you have to wear something old, new and borrowed for your wedding. Something old was Lori’s and Jason’s handkerchiefs that they inherited from grandpa and grandma Crawford’s. Something new was Lori’s wedding dress. And something borrowed was a bracelet borrowed from maid of honor Christy. Lori and Christy have been best friends since they were in high school.
Jason and Lori traveled a lot and lived abroad. That’s why they brought a few foreign things into their wedding and implemented a few traditions. Lori lived in Australia for a year. There, it is a customary for the bride and groom to sign the marriage license as part of the wedding ceremony. Jason and Lori chose to do this as part of their ceremony as a way to honor her Australian friends who could not make it to the wedding. Also, Jason and Lori recently returned from a mission trip to Swaziland, Africa. The men’s ties and Sweeheart table runner are from Timbali Crafts in Swaziland, the girl’s earrings are from South Africa, and the Jason and Lori’s toasting glasses are from Nwgenya Glass in Swaziland.
Something special about Lori and Jason is that I could notice that they care about people that they love so much. They also love serving people. I remember when I took their engagement photos they just got back from their mission in Africa. I could feel how much love they had towards those people that they spent time with.
I was so happy to see these two getting married. Have a wonderful life, Lori and Jason!
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Location: Millcreek Canyon, UT
Equipment: Canon 5d Mark II