All photos courtesy David Spence via Amy Raab (thank you so much for sharing these with us, David!) First off, can we say we love the United States Naval Academy? There's just something so romantic about a beautiful couple executing a elegant navy theme in such a classic venue. Jenna and Mike are the kind of clients we love - sweet, charming and surrounded by friends and family who really know how to party. And by really party we mean REALLY PARTY.

Mahan Hall was the perfect spot for David to capture bridal portraits, how gorgeous is Jenna here?!

During the Father of the Bride's speech, Jenna's dad (who we hear knows how to party!) mentioned that Mike had asked him for his daughter's hand in marriage, and that his answer was "What took you so long?" He said that he was happy to be gaining a SON, not a son-in-law, but a son, and welcomed all of Mike's family openly into his own (awwww!). He said he knew from the second time Mike came over to his house that he "was a keeper."

Jenna and Mike shared their first dance to Zac Brown Band "Whatever It Is."

Our own Anthony Simpson absolutely loved being a part of this party, spinning a good mix of 70s favorites, a small set of 80s rock and keeping the dance floor packed the rest of the night with more modern favorites like Flo Rida, Akon, LMFAO (the groom's favorite!) and the Black Eyed Peas.

Yeah, about that party? Like we said, A PARTY.

A paper plane send-off wrapped up this evening!

If you're absolutely dying to see more of this awesome Annapolis wedding, head over to Amy Raab's blog for even more amazing eye candy.

Congrats, you two!