Cover photograph of Maggie and J.P. Neff by Adam Hudson; photographed at The Cedars.
Photo by Courtesy Maggie and J.P. Neff
Getting married in 2010? Or, are you just a wedding groupie? Either way, enjoy the JFP's annual Hitched issue: featuring three weddings and lots of fun tips. Oh, and some alternative vows.
Demetria Robinson and Christopher Thomas
Katie Shelt and Mason Stewart
For the Love of Tea
Old, Borrowed, New and Blue
Build a Cozy Nest
The Groom's Turn
Anna Kline and Walter Biggins
Honeymoons, Mississippi Style
Vows for the Modern (Wo)Man
First off, the cover of the Neffs is completely adorable. Secondly, I so enjoyed this issue. Makes me want to have a wedding all over again!!! Well, not really, but...you get my drift.
Great issue JFP!!!!
Thank you, Queen. It was a fun one to put together! Cheers to ShaWanda, Lacey, the freelancers and the rest of the team. And if anyone out there has good Hitched couples or story ideas to suggest for our regular Hitched columns coming up, write: firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
All of this wedding stuff takes me back to when I met Mrs. Walt. I was rolling in my car when I pulled up at the mall, couldn't find a place to park, threw my keys to the valet. I was only there to hang, wasn't looking for a thang. I was just about to bounce and then I saw Ms. Lady, then I said to myself, there goes my baby, there goes my destiny, the onliest one for me, there goes my baby. We gon fall in love, we go have some babies. There goes my baby. There she goes.
She was coming out the shoe store right in front of Macy's. Then I saw her again at the food court drinking lemonade and conversating. Then I said again, there goes my baby. She gonna be the one. We gonna get married and have some babies.
33 years have elapsed and we're still happily together.
Aw, Walt. You are a romantic. Knew it!
(That poor woman. [ducking])