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Mr and Mrs. Kippen

 Cassie is a fisherman's dream come true, she has always loved everything about fishing, she spends a lot of her time on her boat or dock casting and waiting for the perfect catch and she finally caught a keeper named Jack. Cassie and Jack share a simple love, a love that is strong and very real to everyone they meet. These two have strong faith and a deep love for their families. Their wedding day was a prefect example of this, all day the were both surrounded by so much love. The day was one of those rainy romantic ones, where nothing else mattered to Cassie and Jack, except each other. They made their wedding about what mattered to them the most and yes, Jack even had a fish caught for his bride on her wedding day.





  



I think this was one of my favorite moments of the day, Deb sitting on the ground holding her daughters hand and praying for her. So emotional and so beautiful.


Everything about this wedding had someones special touch, these invitation's were painted by Cassie's sister Jenny.

























Cassie and Jack had some really great details to bring the fishing theme into their wedding. 
They were subtle and very cute.  


This was one of my favorites! They had nets and lanterns behind the head table. 


They had their rings in this pirate ship metal box that Cassie has held onto for years. 


Instead of having a unity candle or sand, they decided that they would braid this piece of rope that they could hang in their home. 


 And of course all the groomsmen and Jack wore fly fishing lures instead of flowers.


















They had this amazing folk band and they played such fun dance music!