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The Big Day: Jason and Bree Quicksall

Jason and Bree (Frick) Quicksall would admit that of all the stages they’ve graced, this one might have been the most impressive.

The long-standing musicians who can be seen on just about every intimate stage in the city – from the Rumba Café to Natalie’s Coal-Fired Pizza – chose The Athletic Club of Columbus for the biggest gig of their lives, the century-old landmark becoming the site of one helluva matrimonial jam.

When people weren’t packing the dance floor to a rotating cast of Columbus all-stars – Jon Elliott of The Floorwalkers and Jesse Henry of the Spikedrivers among them – they were hamming it up for the Columbus Photobooth Company, with prints guests could take home as favors.

Speaking of photos, the newlywed Quicksalls put their own modern photographic spin on their Big Day, capping the ceremony by making it Facebook official.

Love: signed, sealed with a selfie…

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Travis Hoewischer

I've been working in journalism in central Ohio for more than a decade, and have been lucky enough to be a part of (614) Magazine since the very first issue. Proud to live in a city that still cares – and still reads.

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