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On a postcard-perfect day in late June (the 23rd of 2018, to be exact), Jacqueline Elizabeth Frick and Christopher Ewing Hulsey exchanged vows in front of loved ones as a bagpipe played a harmony as beautiful as the couple.

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Jacqueline and Christopher tied the knot at Our Lady of the Pillar Catholic Church, located in St. Louis, in a ceremony that was officiated by the Rev. Oscar Vasquez.

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Richard and Lynn Hulsey of St. Louis are thrilled by their son’s marriage. Christopher is seen here with his parents and his brothers, groomsman Scott Hulsey and best man Nick Hulsey.

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The bridal party included (pictured top to bottom, left to right) best man Nick Hulsey, with groomsmen Scott Hulsey and Jonathan Frick; and bridesmaids Alex Marino and Una McGarry, with maid of honor Sarah Benoist.

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Resting on a polished silver tray, place cards, with attached horseshoe charms, directed guests to their tables at the reception.

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The bride and groom celebrated with guests at the Old Barn Inn, built in 1843 and now part of the Inns at St. Albans. The reception featured incredible cuisine by Catering St. Louis and entertainment by Millennium Productions.

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Joanne and Jerome Frick of Wildwood are delighted by the marriage of their daughter to Christopher. Jacqueline is seen here with her brother, groomsman Jonathan Frick, beside their parents. The bride’s hair and makeup was done by Maggie Haberberger of Studio Branca.

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Encore Baking Company designed this tiered wedding cake, topped with edible calla lilies and showcasing the bride and groom’s new monogram.

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