Vows: Together Forever
"In celebration of your love and commitment to one another, you may now kiss your bride." (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)

"It's three months since we wed," shares JMMB Money Transfer Ltd Client Service Officer Sandy Mullings with Tuesday Style Vows (TSV). Her smile widens as she takes us back to August 22, when Tax Administration Jamaica Collections Officer Lorenzo Jackson slipped the ring on her finger. The intimate ceremony took place at the Antioch Assembly Of God church and was officiated by Bishop Paul Nelson.

"We grew up together and really enjoyed each other's company. In fact, our parents were very good friends," she added.

Few were surprised when the two started dating and Lorenzo proposed.

Now back to their special day.

With official photos taken at the Hope Botanical Gardens, the newly-weds headed to their intimate reception at Fran's Wedding Centre.

The intimate gathering was filled with happiness and laughter. Master of ceremonies Anthony Gibbs kept the guests engaged with a suite of fun-filled games prior to the blessing of dinner, courtesy of Prophet Camile Taffe. This was followed by the cutting of the Janelle Stewart vanilla and strawberry wedding cake, speeches and the newly-weds' first dance as husband and wife to Charlie Wilson's You Are.

The newly-weds and their guests then partied to the tunes of DJ Screechy.

A honeymoon will follow at a later date.

The couple's wedding rings (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Lorenzo and Sandy stand prayerfully at the altar. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Sandy and Lorenzo perform the sand ceremony witnessed by their best man Cleve McCarthy. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Tuesday Style Vows introduces Mr & Mrs Lorenzo Jackson. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Sandy stuns in a spaghetti Maggie Sottero fully beaded fit-and-flair gown with a layered organza skirt from Bliss Bridal Boutique while clutching a bouquet of red and white roses, gypsophila, lilies, and white orchids. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
The couple share lens time with their best man Cleve McCarthy and maid of honour Abibola Cox. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
The bride with her mother Donna Swaby (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Lorenzo and his mother Hyacinth Hurlock-Jackson (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Sandy's father, Henry Mullings, escorts his daughter to her bridegroom as she sings Chaka Khan's Through the Fire. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)
Lorenzo (centre) shares the frame with his brother Leon Jackson, nephew Kyle-Amir Jackson and cousin Jodi-Ann Campbell. (Photo: Kamar McHugh Photography)

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