Lindsey is an interior designer with an affinity for all things modern, vintage and cool.
Ray is a landscaping creative with a knack for being crafty and the life of any party.
You can imagine the rest: these two know how to put together the perfect wedding day. I booked Lindsey long before her wedding which clued me that she was an orderly gal, and in our meeting it became quite clear that the vision she had for her wedding was going to make for an event I was glad to be a part of. What I didn’t know is that her other half would busy himself perfecting her vision by tracking down antique pieces for use at the reception and even recovering furniture for eclectic outdoor seating. Their creative style was executed perfectly and the wedding set on her family’s farmland was a night I won’t soon forget.
I also should mention that this wedding was my first opportunity to work with Kendall Poole. The girl did an incredible job as wedding coordinator and kept things sailing uber-smoothly. I’d completely recommend you checking into having her help you with your big day.
Lindsey, Ray, I loved becoming friends with you two over the last few months. Thanks for the pleasure.
Apparently a last-minute addition, Lindsey had these antique doors placed in the back of the ceremony area to walk through during the processional…
If my backyard looked like this I’d get married here, too.
One of my favorite wedding day images ever:
Ray reupholstered this sectional sofa himself: