Being with Natalie and Jonathan on their wedding day, something was made instantly clear to me: These two are so loved by their friends a family. When you spend a little time with them, its absolutely clear why. They’re amazing, genuine, good, and nice people.
I have to say a little about all the things I loved about this wedding day. I loved that while the guys and girls were getting ready, both rooms have the University of Michigan game on (even though it didn’t end so well for our mutual alma mater that day). I loved that Natalie arranged for a bagpiper to surprise her guests during her processional (and drive many of them, including myself, to teary eyes). I also love that said bagpiper played the Michigan fight song when they exited the church (I mean, really, what alumni couldn’t love that). In addition to these awesome details, you should know that Natalie made both of her veils (you can see her awesome line of bridal accessories here) and that Jonathan attended law school at Michigan and some of the pictures from the law quad are in front of the door that lead to his dorm during his time there. Lastly, Natalie and I both share an affection for the late 50s and early 60s and I loved how that influenced the day (especially in the adorable cake topper). Anyways, I could ramble on about everything I loved about this wedding, but instead, I’ll just let you take a look for yourselves.