Lindsey + Brian summer wedding
It was a super hot beautiful day in July, preparations were made for preventing covid and the guest list had to be cut due to govenor’s orders. Despite the list being shorter their day was so special and filled with joy. Everyone celebrated their love for one another and it truly was such a special day.
The day was perfect, Lindsey got ready with her gals and laughed all morning. She was so relaxed and you could tell she was just so happy to be marrying Brian. They got married in the most beautiful little chapel hidden in Louisville, Ky, and the venue was just a few miles away in Simpsonville at a cute and whimsical barn. Their colors for their wedding was a mint & peach summer color, it all went beautifully together. All Guest had to
wear mask to enter the chapel, so after the ceremony all guest lined up and the Bride and Groom ran through the train of their family and friends. Their chapel ceremony and the walk through was so beautiful, and such a great way to say hello to guests. It was all so special. Only immediate family and bridal party attended the reception. They are hoping to have a bigger reception this Fall to celebrate with all the special people in their lives. All in all their day was so beautiful and their love for each other was shown throughout the day. It couldn’t have been any better.
Wedding Sources :
Ceremony |The Well’s Farm Lawenceburg, KY
Venue |The Well’s Farm Lawenceburg, KY
Wedding Coordinator |Connie Gott
Flowers |David, Kroger
Engagement Ring | Zales
Bridesmaids Dresses| David’s Bridal
Grooms Attire | Men’s warehouse
Caterer |Hill of beans
Cake |Elly spencer
Hair |Greg wells
Entertainment |Broderick redden
Head Photographer | Tonya Lynn
Assistant Photographer | Becca Graham + Jordan Williams
Videographer | White owl weddings
Officiant |Mark sims
Film Lab | Photovisions
Finally! A brand new website, and I can blog now! YAY!
When I was thinking about what my first blog post would be, I had a few ideas, but what stood out the most was my success. I have to admit it hasn’t been easy. There have been a lot of tears involved — I have missed family gatherings, been absent in my friendships, and put a lot on hold in my life.
This is going to be my fifth year as a photographer. WOW! I can’t even believe I am saying that. Five years. It is crazy to look back and see the progress I’ve made. I am so excited to see where Tonya Lynn Studios goes from here. I don’t want to stop learning and growing, and am so grateful for the experiences I’ve had.
Last year, I attended a wedding workshop hosted by photographer Katelyn James at her home. I met 12 incredible women and learned so much. Next week, I will travel to Florida to train with the best in the country. I am thankful for this opportunity, and the ability to share with you what I learn on my blog. Stay tuned!