We rushed outside when there was a break in the rain. As everyone got situated outside, the skies opened back up. It could not have been more perfect if we planned it. While we were ready to just sit in the rain, it was officially called to relocate back inside. A common theme that every couple seems to give as advice is “things aren’t always going to go your way, but at the end of you day you marry the person you love”. And their wedding was no exception. The threat of rain loomed all day, and it held out until everyone was dressed and ready to take photos outside. While the outdoor ceremony was rained out, the love still flowed just as happily inside (well with the exception of Blake who was not interested in all the attention).
While the rain may have dampened us, it didn’t dampen the spirits inside. The indoor ceremony got underway a little late, but it was worth the wait! While short time, always hurts us, we managed to come out with some really beautiful photos when it was all said and done!
If you happened to watch the news in Connecticut in October, there is a pretty good chance you might have seen one of the more heartwarming moments of the evening. Andrew sang and absolutely lovely rendition of a Dustin Lynch song for Kelly and her Father who had lost their Mother and Wife earlier this year.
It was a night full of amazing people, celebrating an amazing couple, and we were honored to be a part of it.
Wedding Dress by:
La Sposa from Lastrina Girls Bridal Salon 860-344-8113
Florist: Wild Orchid 860-344-9233 www.wildorchidflorals.com
Priest: Father Shawn from St. Josephs Independent Catholic Church 1-888-688-2871 www.mysaintjoes.org
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Crystal Peak
Hair and Makeup: EG Salon 860-346-7714 www.egsalon.org
DJ: Donald Prue
Cake: Cakes Unlimited 860-482-7060 www.cakesunlimited.biz
Bridesmaids Dresses: Allure Bridal from Lastrina Girls Bridal Salon www.LastrinaGirls.com
Groomsman Attire: Modern Formals
Favors: Miss Shelleys Southern Jams & Jellies www.southernjamsandjelly.com
Second Shooter: Special thanks to Hoan from HKT Photography