Despite having nearly 150 of their closet family and friends, Lindsey and Timothy’s wedding was intimate, cozy and a total reflection of them as a couple, The wedding focused on delicious Louisiana cuisine and dancing and laughing the night away.
I mean seriously how cute are they?
Timothy’s father, Miguel, presided over the ceremony, which not only brought heartfelt words of wisdom from his years as a pastor but also gave advice to the young couple in what a marriage is, touching on that despite everything that is beautiful about this day.
The rings came from Timothy’s grandparents who had passed shortly before their engagement. The rings hold the weight of nearly 50 years of marriage as a reminder of what commitment, being true partners and ultimately unconditional love. It is without a doubt that Lindsey and Tim will have a strong, healthy marriage.
Other family details include the incorporation of Lindsey’s grandmother’s bible. The bible is where the readings for the ceremony came from, as well as a locket with both her grandmother and grandfather are pictured. The stunning locket was wrapped along her bridal bouquet.
Lindsay told her sister Ashley that she would love to have a coffee bar at the wedding. Ashley contacted Smoke Eaters Coffee Catering and surprised Lindsey and Timothy at their reception. What a lovely surprise it was!
The rustic outdoor wedding has the perfect details for your spring or summer wedding, from the floral to the handmade fans for the guests.
Coordination: Poppy Lane Events,
Photography: Jen Menard,
Florals: Merry Floral,
Venue: The James Grace House,
Calligraphy: Ashley D’Aubin,
Baked Goods: Benjamin Bubbles -- A Bake Shoppe,
Dress: Watters / Bridal Boutique of Baton Rouge
Rings: Family Heirlooms
Coffee Bar: SmokeEaters Coffee Catering,
Bridesmaid Apparel: Show Me Your Mumu,