You can tell a lot about people by the people around them…and Lindsey and Rob are surrounded by a lot of quality people. On their gorgeous September wedding day, no fewer than 13 attendants stood beside this delightful couple as they pledged their lives to one another…not to mention their amazing families, who have supported them (and their adorable girls, Gracie & Sadie) all along the way. It was a privilege to be part of such a sweet celebration.
Lindsey and her ladies got ready at Rob’s mom’s home, while the guys got ready at Rob & Lindsey’s place. Unbeknownst to Rob, Lindsey had arranged a very unique form of transportation to get him to the church on time – a 1942 restored army vehicle. As part of their touching ceremony, Rob made a promise to Gracie and presented her with a special necklace…and let’s just say there weren’t too many dry eyes in the house during that moment. Finally, these two said their I Do’s and sealed it with a kiss.
Then we were off for portraits ahead of their fun-filled reception, which included a delicious dinner, a gorgeous cake and cupcakes (made by the sister of the bride…sparkly and delicious!), a Ukrainian dance troupe that wowed the crowd (and made Lindsey, herself a trained Ukrainian dancer and former instructor, proud), and the most unique father-daughter dance I’ve ever seen. Finally, it was time for everyone to dance the night away, which they were only too happy to do!
Lindsey and Rob, thank you so much for having me along…what a joy!
Lindsey’s bouquet was stunning…and included some very special touches, such as her grandparents’ wedding rings.
The gents got to the wedding in style in “Linda,” a restored army vehicle that Lindsey arranged as a surprise for her groom.
The bride’s sweet ride…
These two had their first date at the Fort Pub…so wanted to drop in with their bridal party for a quick photo! (And possibly a shot.)
Dress: Isabelle’s Bridal | Bridesmaid’s Dresses: David’s Bridal | Flowers: She’s My Florist | Hair: Heather McMillan – Shear Envy | Make-Up: Kerri Schallié | Caterering: Two Peas Catering – Columbia Bible College | Cake & cupcakes: the bride’s super-talented super sister Wendy Heppner | DJ: Wailin Dalen Entertainment | Transportation: Infinity Limousine Langley; “Linda” (1942 Chevrolet 1.5 ton) – Greg & Sandra Bater; “Dad” 1969 Chevelle – Bob Kellie | Venue: West Langley Hall | Chair Covers/Sashes: Kristen Day Event Co. | Lights: Sitka Studios | Second photographer: the lovely Amber Leigh Photography | Videographer: Erik Baldwinson