If Rebecca and Chase’s wedding wasn’t the most perfect and personal vintage wedding then I don’t know what is!
June 18, 2016 is a date to go down in their family history, a date to be treasured for generations to come. Just as the treasured the days when their own parents were married.
I’ll let their words tell you their story though…”It was April 1, 2012, Chase and Rebecca were both enjoying a night on the town when eventually introduced by mutual friends. They hit it off immediately.”
“After spending several hours getting to know each other, it became clear to Rebecca that he was a catch and to Chase that she was a keeper! And so began their love story.”
“Rebecca shared with Chase her love for football and her alma mater. Chase had been a lifelong Gator fan, so accompanying her to games and university events wasn’t an issue for him.”
“As for Chase, he lives to fish and fishes to live. Rebecca’s dad had raised her on the water and she was well-trained on baiting her own hooks and releasing her own fish by the time Chase got to her.”
“Chase shared his passion for fishing with Rebecca and now they travel all over enjoying their hobby together!”
“Rebecca and Chase also share an unconditional love for their beautiful little boy, Landen. Raising Landen is their greatest, most joyous adventure of all.”
“As a family, they had made a lifelong commitment to one another. It only seems fitting that their love story proceeds with tying the knot.”
Tell me that is not the sweetest ever! It gets better though..
This dress right here, this gorgeous, detailed, long sleeve gown was Rebecca’s mother’s wedding dress in 1983 <3 It was customized to fit her like a glove and she was absolutely stunning in it!
To make it even better, the buttons were added on from Chase’s mother’s wedding dress ❤
Sweet little Brystal was afraid of stepping on Rebeccas gown but not too much later we had her right next to the bride with giggles and all! :)
Rebecca got ready at the Milking R Dairy farm with her lovely ladies by her side that sequin rose gold Badgley Mischka gowns! Sequins and rose gold are always a good idea! :)
Back at their house, their son Landen played airplanes with his buddy while dad got ready.
Landen and his uncle were the best men and made sure to go over their speech before the reception. 🙂
“Daddy here comes our girl” 🙂
They were both in tears as she walked down the aisle.
Side note: Rebecca’s mom’s maid of honor from her wedding was at Rebeccas wedding as well and if I was tearing up I can’t imagine her. :)
Giving his little girl away to be married the day before Father’s Day 🙂
Landen during prayer, because this is s family commitment now <3
Someone take a wild guess as to why this photo is just AMAZING!
Recognize those sleeves <3
Their engagement photos were all over and if you happened to have missed that post check it out right here! 🙂
Here are the grooms parents on their wedding day as well! I feel like having photos from family members at a wedding is such a precious detail. I did the same at my wedding, I guess its just such an old soul type of thing to do ❤ 🙂
Rebecca grandmother united a tiny wedding dress for her long ago.. ❤
Did I mention the extensive details at this wedding were my absolute favorite! Name meanings and origins from their names 🙂
The sweets bar was pretty extensive and delicious!
And check out this gorgeous naked wedding cake with macaroons and peonies <3
Congratulations to the three of you! The Marsocci’s!!
Second Shooter: Kimberly Smith Photography
Videographer: Asha of Bright Frame Films
Makeup: Danielle Nicole Makeup
Bridesmaids Dresses: Badgley Mischka-Rent the Runway
Ceremony: First United Methodist Church of Okeechobee
Reception: KOA Convention Center