Holy moly I have certainly hit the ground running today, it;s not even 11am and this is my third post of the day so far! I’m sure you can see why the mass posting is necessary though, I couldn’t let these little babies sit in my inbox untouched for long surely.
The ‘Jactonio’ (Jaclyn & Antonio) wedding is more than just a little bit rad. It took place in New York and was a day full of warmth, tattoos, rock music and of course lurrrve.
Thanks to the ever awesome Matt for sharing! Rock on…
oh and ps…that record player? It’s the cake!
Matthew Miller Photography
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