Lindsay is absolutely one of the sweetest women I have ever met. She has such a pure heart and the most contagious smile. I looked up to her so much when we were in college together and I have loved spending time with her while we worked together leading up to her wedding. I loved photographing her day and the beginning of her life with Kris. Every detail was intricately planned out and nothing was forgotten. Each tablescape was unique and featured the most amazing vintage and eclectic treasures that Lindsay had collected in the months leading up to her wedding. The Historic Potter Farm was an incredible setting – Lindsay and her sweet girls got ready in the tiny little cottage on the property and the ceremony was held right beside the barn with the most beautiful light spilling onto the yard. The day ended with delicious dinner and dancing inside the massive two story barn. It felt like their day was over before it started – I had so much fun it flew right by.
Venue: Historic Potter Farm, Bowling Green, KY | DJ: Spin-A-Round Sound, Sellersburg, IN | Videographer: Garret Hoover, Indianaplois, IN | Florist: Western Kentucky University Florist, Bowling Green, KY + picked from family/friends gardens | Cakes: Kentucky Wildflour Cakes, Beaver Dam, KY | Decor- A la Occasions, Bowling Green, KY, Borrowed and Blue Box Events, Owensboro, KY, + thrift stores