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I loved Jon and Deb the first time I met them. They are truly so joyful and loving. As wedding photographers, we recognize that we get an intimate look into so many families’ lives, and watching Jon and Deb love their family was truly one of the highlights of their wedding day for us. They make everyone they meet feel special– including us. It was such a privilege to take part in their Scottish Rite Cathedral wedding:
How They Met:
“Jon and I met the summer after our junior year of college. I had just arrived home from studying abroad in Florence, and Jon had a summer internship in Chicago. One of my best friends from high school, Gilroy, was one of Jon’s best friend’s in his fraternity at Purdue. Jon came to Gilroy’s house on the weekends and the rest was kind of history. I still remember telling Gilroy early that summer, “I’m going to date ‘Box.'” It still makes me laugh thinking about the fact that I called him by only his last name for a long time.
Our senior year, Jon and I didn’t spend a single weekend apart even though I was at IU and he was at Purdue. When we graduated, Jon and I moved to Chicago together. That’s where we got our dog, Wrigley, together, who everyone knows is our baby. Neither of us could have expected that our careers would lead us to do ‘distance’ from Chicago to Asia, where Jon was working with Honeywell, for about 2.5 years. When Jon had an opportunity come up to move back to the states permanently and work in Oklahoma, it took all of about five minutes to convince me to come with.
We’ve been in Oklahoma for about three years now. We bought our first house here. In July of last year, Jon and I took our annual ‘big trip’ to Europe together, where Jon proposed to me in my favorite city in the world, Florence, almost exactly six years after I left there. It’s funny how life comes full circle :)”
“I wanted a fairly traditional wedding. Studying in Italy was a big influence on my life in many ways, and one of them is my love for architecture. I have a soft spot for cathedral style buildings. We saw a lot of industrial and modern style buildings, which were beautiful, but I knew the moment I walked into the Scottish Rite that was it. Our wedding color was crimson because there is no better color in the universe (go Hoosiers!). Those that know me well know that I rarely wear clothes that aren’t black, so I think it surprised people to see me in a big poofy, Cinderella-style white dress, but hey – you only do this once, right?!”
Here are a few of our favorites from their wedding day…