We left Jill and Ramez’ wedding with that all over warm and fuzzy feeling we get once in a while; we love our job so much we still can’t believe it’s a job.
And as far as we can see it, there’s no other way to start a party than to invite a lot of Jordanian folk to your wedding. Finally: a group who dances through every food course!
Of course Jill was stunning, she looked like a china doll. Of course Ramez was gorgeous. Of course The Four Seasons Boston made sure everything was perfect.
A personal highlight?
Jill singing, really well, with the band. The song? ‘Don’t Stop Believin” by Journey.
I know, you love him already, don't you?
I know, I know. She's smart, too. And nice. Don't be mad at her.
Those are her real eye balls. And her real face.
Ramez is about to see his bride for the first time. That's her walking up behind him.
Here she comes!
I think this is what someone looks like when they're in love.
The ring shot
A reassuring glance during the ketubah signing.
I realize you don't want it to happen at your own wedding, but what's not to love about a temper tantrum down the aisle?
I think he likes her.
Ramez' expressions are so priceless. He gave us the giggles all night. Love this guy.
How's that for carrying a theme through everything?
I love this shot of Ben's of Sam, Ramez' hilaaaarious brother. He looks like he has a halo in this picture, but don't be fooled. :)
love your wife. love your brother.
Apparently Jill is a little nervous about the size of the bite she's about to be served.
Is this the best cake shot you've ever seen in your life? Ben Wight and Jill Haddadin will go down in history for this one.
Ready or not, Jill
They spent most of their wedding in chairs over people's heads.
Jill KILLED this song with the band. Oh, and there's her biggest fan in the front row ripping on his air guitar. Hope he doesn't drop his pick.
Oh, you only use napkins to wipe your face and cover your lap? How lame.
And the rest is history.....