Lindsey slipped into her beautiful wedding dress in The Suite at The Estate on Second surrounded by her favorite people while Aaron anxiously awaited his bride in The Attic. Lindsey stepped out in a classy and timeless A-line gown holding a bouquet of pink flowers. Sparks were flying and smiles filled Aaron and Lindsey’s faces when their eyes met for their first look. After first look romantics, Lindsey, Aaron and their bridesmaids and groomsmen went outside to snap some photos before the ceremony commenced. The groomsmen and Aaron were dressed in navy tuxedos, but Aaron wore a red tie while his groomsmen wore white ties. Lindsey’s bridesmaids wore very light pink maxi dresses to match their bouquets and both the groups had some fun before heading inside for the ceremony.
The Ballroom was decorated in eucalyptus garland and guests found their seats. The music cued up as Aaron, his groomsmen and the bridesmaids made their way down the aisle. As soon as Lindsey walked out, Aaron was overwhelmed with emotion and so was Lindsey. You could see by the look on their faces how in love the two were. They both held hands while speaking their vows. “I dos” were exchanged and Lindsey and Aaron were pronounced husband and wife. The newlyweds sealed the deal with a kiss and cheered with their guests while they walked into cocktail hour. Pomodoro Bruschetta was tray passed while everyone sipped on drinks from the bar. Aaron and Lindsey had two signature cocktails that were being shaken and stirred for guests who fancied something fun: An Italian Margarita and a Moscow Mule. Guests names were written on a vintage white French door that acted as a seating chart and guests took their seats for dinner. The wedding party made their grand entrances and Aaron and Lindsey shared their first dance as husband and wife. For dinner, Caesar Salad, Sausage Stuffed Mushroom, Chicken Parmigiana, Penne Alla Checca, and Italian Green Beans with Pancetta were served buffet style. All the single ladies and gentlemen were called to the floor for the garter and bouquet toss before everyone danced the night away.