lindsay & anthony: saratoga national museum of dance
Last time we’ve seen Lindsay and Anthony on the blog was their engagement session that I recently shot. Since then they tied the knot. In fact, 25 days after their engagement I found myself showing up at a house on Saratoga Lake that Lindsay and Anthony had rented for their big weekend. The girls we’re all ready, they had the hip hop music bumping and our beautiful bride Lindsay was just getting her hair did by Lauren. There was all good energy in the house on May 21, 2011! Since the rain decided it had make an appearance throughout the pre bridal portraits we simply shot them inside. By the time we arrived at St Mary’s in Waterford the blue sky was back and the rain was gone! After their mass we headed back to the location I shot their engagement session at. Then it was back up to Saratoga Springs. I swear I should have a freaking summer home up there, it seems like we’re ALWAYS up there! Am I complaining? No. I love Saratoga as much as the next guy! Now we’re at the National Museum of Dance which is in my opinion one of the nicest venues in Saratoga. The party was now in hands of Classé Catering. I believe they not only supplied the food but all the decor and florals too. As I mentioned earlier it was a party from the beginning of the day and that didn’t change one bit when City Rhythm took the stage. They killed it! Another packed floor! But if dancing wasn’t your thing you could have had sat in the caricature artists chair and came home with a cool souvenir or even enjoyed a hand rolled cigar. They really left nothing out! I’d be crazy if I didn’t give my boy videographer Al Woodard a shout seeing as this was two in a row with him this past weekend. You might want to stalk his blog as I heard he’ll be posting a hot sneak peek from their big day. Speaking of blog stalking.. Lindsay I know you’re probably checking in from the Greek Islands as I type waiting to see this so I’ll quickly say THANK YOU! Thank you so much to you, Anthony and your families for having us be part of what was a wonderful wedding. Congrats!!
And here we have a Lindsay getting all pretty’d up!
As I said in my writeup, good energy and lots of laughs..
The dress. How fabulous?
Lindsay had some great bridesmaids! They took care of everything for her!
We’re the luckiest photographers to always get beautiful brides!
I love the light and shadows in this and how the dress compliments the bouquet..
You think she was ready to party?
One more of Lindsay..
St Marys Church in Waterford..
I just loved the way the light poured into the limo before Lindsay was about to get out..
I love these two images. The expression on Lindsay’s father says is all when the doors opened and he see’s his daughter for the first time.
Such a beautiful church..
Mr & Mrs..
another one.. I love this one.
The configuration and Lindsay’s ridiculous eyes. Props to Anthony for the hand tied bow tie too!
I love this one..
A little romance..
my fav from this series..
Revisiting engagement spots on wedding day are fun!
I decided to bust out the old 200 1.8L.. The result is some of the sickest bokeh I’ve scene from this lens and I’ve been shooting with it for years! Can a lens get better?
I love this one..
but I love this one more. Thats why it was my facebook teaser. Talk about comments people went nuts over this one!
Onto cocktail hour..
Some details in the tent..
Mr & Mrs Casale
A great heartfelt toast from Anthony’s best man and brother.
All kinds of good stuff going on at this wedding..
After they cut their cake Lindsay surprised Anthony with the coolest cake I’ve ever seen!!
City Rhythm brought it, packed the floor and sounded great as always.