Our son and his sweet fiance (now wife) were married in the Provo City Center Temple. They were sealed for time and all eternity. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints believe that marriages performed in the holy temple can last throughout the eternities and not end at death.
The Provo City Center Temple is absolutely gorgeous! It was originally the Provo Tabernacle and was first built in the late 1800's. A fire destroyed it in 2010. Only the exterior walls remained. In October 2011, it was announced that it would be rebuilt as a holy temple using the original tabernacle walls. To learn more about this historic building and the transformation from tabernacle to temple, please click on the link below.
From Tabernacle to Temple: Provo's Legacy of Worship
Our son and his beautiful bride were married in one of the gorgeous sealing rooms inside the temple. To see one of these exquisite sealing rooms, click HERE. Their wedding day was beautiful. It was overcast for part of the day and there were some raindrops, but that was okay.
Since the wedding and reception were held in Utah and we live in California, we hosted a wedding open house in California so that family and friends here could celebrate the wedding with us.
We are so excited and happy to welcome our newest daughter-in-law into our family. We love her already!
I'll share more photos of the wedding, including photos from the open house, on my personal blog, Jana's Place.
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