Life has been absolutely hectic for us over here the last few months! We just moved into our family’s farm house and we have been helping my grandmother who has been in and out of the hospital after she fell and broke her hip. We have been a little behind on blogs, so we are so excited to finally have had the chance to finish this one up and get it to you guys!
We have had the pleasure of working with a whole group of amazing couples thanks to one of our favorite couples, Crystal and Brett. We don’t normally say we have favorites, but Crystal and Brett were with us when we first started our business. They became our dear friends through their wedding process and helped us with many business decisions for our future couples. They have also blessed us with the opportunities to work with some of the sweetest couples we have ever met. A week before Lindsey & Joe’s wedding we photographed Brett’s cousins wedding, Elizabeth & George. Lindsey’s mom is friends with Elizabeth & George’s parents, and recommended us to Lindsey after seeing Elizabeth & George’s engagement photos! We are so fortunate that Lindsey’s mom loved us enough to send our info their way!
Lindsey & Joe’s wedding at The North House in Avon Connecticut was absolutely beautiful! The classic white foyer of the venue was a dream for us light and airy photographers! The natural lighting from the big windows and all the white walls is exactly what we look for in a venue. After their first look Lindsey & Joe had their ceremony at the St Patrick Church in Collinsville CT before heading back to Avon for their reception. They kept their theme classic with lots of white flowers and greenery (you know by now that is our favorite look!) Lindsey’s girls wore an absolutely gorgeous rose color and the guys were in grey which complemented their simple decor perfectly!
Thank you Lindsey & Joe for allowing us to capture your big day! We enjoyed getting to know you two through the process and can’t wait to see what the future holds for you two!
Shelby & Zachary
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