The forecast called for rain, but nothing could dampen Josh and Lindsey’s shine. If anything, Rust Manor House looked all the more picturesque with the clouds setting the scene and the drizzle making everything look a little softer. The bridal suite was gorgeous with the wallpaper completing Lindsey’s vision for a day detailed with a soft light blue. Lindsey stepped into her gown and the room was quiet, her friends beaming at her. She was truly a vision. Josh and Lindsey met in the garden for their first look, exchanging a few tears and the comfort of each other’s arms. They carried on as the rain started to fall, laughter and joy only increasing when their friends joined them for photos.
Under their tent, in the presence of their loved ones, they promised publicly what they’d decided in their hearts long ago. To love each other for a lifetime. To commit to being best friends and sharing their lives. Before long, it was official and they were walking back up the aisle – married! The rest of the evening was happy blur. A surprise toast from Josh’s brother. The most idyllic setting to enjoy dinner. And so much dancing to be enjoyed. The sun even poked out for a few minutes to give Josh and Lindsey that golden light that they deserved :]
What a day! Congratulations to the Gaults!
venue: rust manor house // photographer: kaitlyn phipps photography // planner: the party project dc // florals: rick’s flowers // deejay: love and light entertainment // hair: sasha styles // make up: reborn beauty dmv //
This bridal suite was to die for and the custom watercolor of the venue by Lindsey’s cousin was the sweetest touch.
Lindsey was so stunning.
I meannnn! We may have had rain, but goodness was it a gorgeous day!
A first look in the gardens.
So tender and sweet. Just loved this moment for them.
Loved portrait time and all the different looks the manor had to offer!
Busting through bridal party portraits in the rain! If you look closely you can see the drizzle!
A little commotion for this gorgeous veil :]
Love this, Josh!
A moment before cocktail hour.
Thank you sunshine for these five minutes of golden light!
Let’s start the party!