I have known Lyndsay since my awkward middle school days. We met while our families were stationed in Germany with the military and little did I ever imagine that I would travel across multiple state lines to photograph her gorgeous spring wedding to a guy that compliments her so completely. Being with Lyndsay, her family and all our friends from nearly ten years ago was an amazing reunion and we all picked up right where we left off.
Lyndsay and Chris were married at Historic Jordan Springs (an 1800s hotel turned Civil War hospital turned turned monastery turned museum) in Winchester, Virginia on a chilly, slightly sprinkley March day that forced their outside ceremony plans to become an intimate indoor wedding. The conditions of the day did absolutely nothing to dampen their love and excitement. Lyndsay is one of the most precious, organized, and self-driven women I know. I felt such a peace meeting Chris and seeing them together. He is so attentive and encouraging and is exactly what God intended for my sweet friend. I was over the moon photographing their day and being a part of the beginning of their marriage.
Venue: Historic Jordan Springs | Event Design & Day of Coordination : Colt Nutter of Historic Jordan Springs | Floral Design : Flowers By Snellings | Wedding Gown, Veil, & Belt : Amy’s Bridal Boutique | Shoes : Ann Taylor | Bridal Jewelry : Noonday Collection | Hair : The Salon | Bridesmaid Dresses : David’s Bridal | Suits : Men’s Wearhouse | Cake : Mrs Victoria Johnson | Invitations : Kimberly’s | Burlap Banners : Burlap Elegance | Catering : Historic Jordan Springs | DJ : Historic Jordan Springs | Officiant : R. Yoder – Dayspring Mennonite