Updated: Mar 9, 2020
At iExclusive Productions, every wedding we shoot is a work of joy because nothing compares to the amazing feeling of being included in the best day of a loving couple’s life. It’s enough to make you feel like part of the family. That’s why the wedding of Dahvoughn and Jacqueline was extra special – because they are family.
The wedding, which took place at Celebrations in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, on October 15th, was a day when love filled the air, family came together to celebrate, and a whole new family was formed. When we say family came together, we mean it! The groom is my cousin, the minister is my mother and Dahvoughn’s aunt, and even my brand-new cousins, Chris and CJ joined in to celebrate their parent’s marriage. Chris actually cried as he watched his beautiful mother marry his soon-to-be stepfather, leaving barely a dry eye in the house.
From the personalized hanger holding the bride’s gown to the Mr. & Mrs. Sadler cake topper, no stone was left unturned and no detail was overlooked. The ceremony and reception were filled with family and friends who playfully interacted with the couple as they tied the knot. The reception was an absolute blast. From the moment the couple danced their way into the room to the last toast, we had an amazing time as we partied with Dahvoughn and Jacqueline all night long.
As they celebrate their first Thanksgiving as a married couple, we’re honored to share this video featuring one-of-a-kind voiceovers of the groom’s vows as the bride prepared and the bride’s vows as the groom got ready for the journey of a lifetime.
iExclusive Productions pulls out all the stops to capture the splendor and majesty of your wedding day. Even being part of the wedding party didn’t stop us from capturing every memorable moment on film. Dahvoughn and Jacqueline , as you celebrate your first Thanksgiving as a new family, it’s my pleasure to bring back memories of your special day back. Welcome to the family. Welcome to love. You’ve got a lot to be thankful for and we’re proud to have shared your day.