Pavilion at Sandy Pines | Demotte, Indiana
Pj and Jillian married August 25, 2017 at the beautiful Sandy Pines Pavilion. Their day was incredibly perfect and filled with so much love, joy, and laughter. Kris and I laughed so much with them and their families. We truly had so much fun at this wedding!
I captured their E-Session last fall and had the privilege of meeting their four fur-babies. Four, black lab, fur babies. And for those of you who know, I immediately loved them more because I, myself, have a black lab. I thought for sure that adding four dogs into their picture was going to be difficult, but they were the best behaved dogs I had ever met! (Probably because they are black labs)
These two have been together for 8 years and have been engaged for 3 years. I was so happy for them that their day had finally come! You could see all around them from expressions of family and friends, that they too were so excited the day was finally here.
Jillian and Pj made our day easy and fun. They truly did not complain a single time, about anything. They were relaxed throughout the day and never stopped trusting me with their pictures.
Their reception details were incredible and I truly was obsessing over the old farm window they used as the seating chart.
Jillian and Pj, your day was incredible. Thank you so much for allowing us to be a part of it.
Scroll further to read about the pawprint!Gah! These two made it easy to capture their love.
Such a wonderful wedding party with adorable kiddos!!
Jillian and PJ both wore a pawprint on their attire to honor their beloved pup, Bailey, who they recently had to say their good-byes to. So, their parents bought them the best present they could ask for – a new black lab pup that will be ready in 6 weeks!! How sweet is that?!
Among the many sweet things I have already named, this one was of my favorite parts of the evening. They started with the anniversary dance. When there were only 4 couples left, Jillian and PJ had already pre planned for the DJ to then play their grandparents song. Their grandparents have been married for 52 years and the emotions the song and moment brought forth was so sweet!
Their day really was like a fairy tale. Here are two pictures to prove it.