Karen and Jamie’s Wedding at The Twentieth Century Club

Karen’s family are wedding experts. Though none of them work in the wedding industry, all 4 of Karen’s sisters and both of Karen’s brothers are married. Karen and Jamie were married in the same church as all of her sisters and one of her brothers. When one of the bridesmaids asked “Where do we go to wait for the ceremony?” another one said “Ask someone in the family–they’ve done this before.” Even though they have all been to many weddings in this church, everyone was just as excited for Karen and Jamie as they must have been the first time they watched someone else come down the aisle.

Karen and Jamie were married in a ceremony at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St Clair. They celebrated their vows with dinner and lots of dancing at The Twentieth Century Club.  Karen and Jamie chose The Twentieth Century Club because they love to dance and the dance floor is huge! At the end of dinner, Nicki heard Karen say “I just can’t wait to dance the night away.” And she did!

Congratulations, Karen and Jamie!

  • KellyOctober 3, 2012 - 10:39

    What an absolutely stunning bride and handsome groom. These pictures represent their relationship and their personalities perfectly – always smiling, always looking at each other in love and surrounded by great family and friends. It was an incredible weekend, thanks for sharing it with everyone and capturing all the great moments, Randi!

  • Debbie BagotOctober 3, 2012 - 13:23

    OMG! These are beautiful. You both look amazing.

  • Karen McClintockOctober 4, 2012 - 21:19

    THANK YOU, Randi and Nicki, for these amazing, amazing photos!! We love them and can’t wait to see the rest!!!

  • MariaOctober 11, 2012 - 16:18

    Words cannot express how much I love that nose squish picture…you totally captured Karen and Jamie. You rock Randi!

  • Christina MontemurroNovember 8, 2012 - 08:44

    Randi, every photo is stunning. Great work sharing the story of Karen and Jamie’s wedding day – and especially the final capture. What a perfect ending (and perfectly lit!).

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