The leaves were changing as Miranda was changing her last name. Miranda and Keith chose The Lincoln Loft for their autumnal wedding, and we couldn't be more excited to show you how their big day turned out. Emilee May captured an unforgettable first look followed by a stroll through downtown Watertown, which was all dressed up in fall colors for the occasion. The couple also took advantage of all of the loft's scenic spots to take a few more pictures for their albums. They then had their heartwarming ceremony which led up to their beautiful and lively reception. Take a scroll down memory lane with us as we relive the Gronzo's wedding day.
What's more romantic than your intended seeing you for the first time on your special day? Nothing comes quite close.
Stroll through downtown Watertown
Watertown is stunning with a fall backdrop and Emilee May took advantage of all the pretty spots and colors.
Photo Opp at the Loft
The loft has so many picture-perfect spots for photo opportunities - inside and outside! Click here to see our favorite locations and take a peek at some of the spots Miranda and Keith chose below.
Miranda and Keith's ceremony was as beautiful as it was touching. The love between the two of them was undeniable as they said their vows and then "I Do" under the loft's twinkly lights. We loved their rendition of the unity sand ceremony. They now have a physical reminder of the love they share and the special day that solidified it.
The dining area of the loft was an array of brown, woody colors with pops of orange and muted pink florals. Our farmhouse tables provided cozy settings for dinner, dessert, and conversation. We also brought out our wooden sawhorse table to display the many champagne glasses to toast the newlyweds.
Lounge Setup 1
Our first lounge setup gives off all the rustic, fall vibes and plenty of comfort.
Lounge Setup 2
Our second lounge setup provides the perfect amount of contrast to our light, airy loft. The bright orange florals and soft candlelight give a coziness to this darker toned display.
The Dessert and Drink Stations
You can't have a wedding without having some refreshments! We served a variety of drinks off of our new classic wooden mini bar and cinnamon sugar doughnuts from the Burrville Cider Mill off of our slatted mini bar. Finally, we used our white slatted risers to display the wedding cake and some beautiful fall florals.
Cake cutting time is our favorite. We love how the Gronzo's caramel-coated cake turned out and we're sure it tasted even better than it looks.
Hitting the dance floor
We love to see people of all ages take to the dance floor.
We were sad to see the Gonzo's go but enjoyed watching them leave. Their sendoff consisted of their guests lining up with sparklers to see them off.
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Photography: Emilee BeauSoleil
Venue: The Lincoln Loft & Studio
Specialty Rentals: Pretty Little Vintage Co.
Flowers: Alchemy Blooms FD
Cake & Sweets: Vanilla Bean Bake Shop