There are so many things that have made this wedding near and dear to my heart. When we (Nick [my husband] and I) met with these two to discuss their wedding day timeline a few weeks before their wedding, we could tell just how excited they really were not just for the wedding day - but for their marriage to begin! It always warms my heart to see couples who are focused on what truly matters and what lasts. While the flowers, details, and cake are only their for a day, your significant other is with you forever. The commitment that's being made is so much more important than the perfect timeline or even the most gorgeous dress, and while Lindsay and Jimmy's wedding was gorgeous, what really excited us about photographing their wedding were their love for each other and for their Savior!
We started off the day with Lindsay at the couple's brand NEW house! They hadn't officially moved in yet (which means no furniture), so we were able to use the gorgeous light in their soon-to-be living room for lots of the getting ready shots - score! Along with a heartfelt ceremony at Crossroads United Methodist Church, the couple celebrated at the Mayernik Center at the Avonworth Community Park. Between the ceremony and reception, we stopped over at Robert Morris University's Massey Gardens (taking photos in any kind of garden is my favorite!) to commemorate the place where they first met and fell in love. Ah, those sweet, small details made all of the difference in a wedding day story! And now - I'll let the photos speak the details of this story themselves. We love you guys and are so excited to see where God leads you in your marriage!
Ceremony: Crossroads United Methodist Church (Main Campus)
Reception: Mayernik Center in Avonworth Park
Photo Location: Massey Gardens at Robert Morris University
Catering: Monteverde Catering
Cupcakes: Fabulous Homemade Cookies (especially the oreo truffles ;) )
Videographer: Nick Sasala of Jenna Hidinger Photography, assistance by Alisha Sasala
Photographer: Jenna Sasala of Jenna Hidinger Photography
Second Photographer: Sara Dinwiddie of Sara Lynn Photography