After Jinger chose her wedding dress on last night's episode of Counting On, she and her mom, her four oldest sisters, Jeremy's parents, Derick, Ben, Israel, and Spurgeon spent the evening at Creative Studio Fredericksburg.
Everyone paired up in groups of two and created a special canvas painting for Jinger and Jeremy's home in Laredo, Texas. Rebecca, the owner of the studio, graciously gave us permission to post the photos that she took during the three-hour session.
Rebecca also shared her experience working with the Duggars and the Counting On film crew:
The cast and crew were so easy and sweet to work with. My friends rallied to help me and went way above and beyond what they expected to have to do.
A highlight for me was painting the teeny tiny couple getting engaged on the top of a skyscraper during a gorgeous sunset in NYC. And, having Michelle Duggar, the Mom, ask me to sing "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes" after discovering I'm a "Princess" (owner of Princess Parties Virginia), too.
And here is Jana Duggar and Joy-Anna Duggar's work of art:
This is the "cartoon" that Jill and Derick Dillard made for Jinger and Jeremy. Facial features are difficult, so they didn't add any. The Dillards also said that the beauty of this painting is that it can age along with the Vuolos, since you can't tell how old they are.
And this picture of the Vuolos' New York City rooftop engagement was done by Michelle Duggar and Jinger Duggar....
Ben Seewald's painting of a coffee cup can be seen in the group photo above. Jessa Seewald, who admits she isn't much of an artist, stayed in the car with Israel Dillard and Spurgeon Seewald while they slept.
Photos courtesy Creative Studio Fredericksburg. To learn more, visit the business website and Facebook page.