Lauren and I celebrated our love for each other with a summer wedding, garden ceremony and white tent reception” shared Lindsay. “Live music that filled the dance floor with family and friend the entire night and ending with a sparkler send off.”
Each marrier had both of her parents walk her down the aisle at the ceremony. Lauren and Lindsay had four bridesmaids and a best man on each side. Lindsay also had two maids of honor standing by her and Lauren had a maid and a matron of honor with her. The wedding party wore a variety of pale pink, teal and gray shades.
Lindsay wore an all white suit with brown suspenders. Lauren walked down the aisle in a sleeveless lace dress and the two tied the knot outdoors under a wooden trellis.
A play off of the couple’s last name, the signature cocktail offered was “Len-o-made,” a fresh squeezed lemonade with muddled raspberries and Tito’s vodka. Hand-selected beers were served alongside the “Len-o-made” as guests played games of Cornhole.
String lights decorated the inside of the reception tent keeping the dance floor lit well into the night as the band played on.
Photography: DP Studio
Venue: Crossed Keys Estate
DJ: Time Machine Band
Hair: Dawn Rose + Wanda Cuzzola
Makeup: Gillian Moritz Beauty Group – Makeup Luxe
Florals: Event Designs by Katherine
Wedding Cake: Crossed Keys Estate
Wedding Dress: Rosa Clara – Jaehee Bridal // Bindle & Keep (Custom Suit)
Bridesmaid Dresses: Show me your Mumu
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