We have another winter wedding to feature on the blog this morning! We’ve done a lot of winter weddings this year, but that might be at least partially due to the winter that never ends. Fortunately we’ve had a pretty winter though too, and some great weddings. This wedding was not only pretty but also had a couple I already knew (and loved), and was a Hall of Springs wedding. Everyone who follows the blog knows how much we love a Hall of Springs wedding, especially with a classic C+W couple… so let’s dive in!
We’re always looking for these expressions once the dress starts getting put on. It’s funny but you can feel the energy shift once the wedding dress gets put on in the brides room.
Another beautiful C+W bride!
Lisa had a nice moment with her father once the dress was put on
Alice captured this great little series of the flower girl, I love the image of her looking at the bride through the window
Chad is a man after my heart with his family shoe cleaning kit. A man who takes care of his shoes instantly gets props from me (anyone who knows me knows I love shoes). It was a great touch in the getting ready
In addition Lisa shared this about Chad: “Chad is an illustrator and is big on typography. We loved our invitations of with our names in League Gothic and the ampersand in Adobe Caslon Pro Semibold Italic, so we made that into an “L & C” logo that we sprinkled through out. Our friend carved the logo into wood for us, and my sister-in-law created a sign for the back of our chair.”
It was time to set up the first look once the getting ready was over
It was cold, but these 2 were troopers once again! In the engagement shoot it was mosquitos and tall grass, this time it was freezing wind and ice patches. No matter what these 2 have huge smiles in front of the camera – thank you!
The teaser on the C+W facebook page
One of my favorite wedding portraits, you can see the nice light trying to sneak in the background
The wedding ceremony was back at the Hall of Springs
The set up around the Hall of Springs was beautiful, and organized so all could see the ceremony
These 2 brought the energy for what ended up being an awesome reception (props to DJ Paul Malo who was a rockstar the entire night)
Lisa+Chad designed the ballroom at Hall of Springs to have an ivory, gold, and red color scheme which was beautiful
As if this wedding wasn’t already awesome enough, let’s add in some killer fireworks!
For the grand finale…. we’ll add some C+W photobooth images!
Thank you both for everything, from the engagement shoot to the Hall of Springs wedding experience. It’s been a blast every step of the way.
Ceremony+Reception: Hall of Springs
Dress: Adorae by Sottero & Midgley
Flowers: Linda Meek
Officiant: Reverend Joy Burke
Entertainment: ceremony – Adirondack Cellist; reception – DJ Paul Malo
Hall of Springs Wedding Photos: Clark+Walker