On a gorgeous September day on a back road in Canterbury, a bride and her closest friends gathered in her kitchen to prepare for the moment of a lifetime. Although it was not the location they had planned for, the day was shaping up to be one they would not soon forget. The details alone made this day special.
Smiles and laughter were in abundance as I walked into the soon to be newlyweds home as they talked about memories past and what the day would bring.
As the time for the first look grew nearer, the bride slipped into her beautiful lace covered gown with the help of her mother and maid-of-honor.
The groom waited patiently as his bride approached. A loving smile spread across his face as he saw his love for the first time.
Before the guests arrived and the ceremony began, the wedding party took some time to get their portraits done. They sure did not disappoint and had the cutest ring bearer to boot!
As the sun began to set, the bride took a brief pause before heading down the aisle as her mother pinned her bouquet with portraits of her father and grandmother.
She made her way down the aisle and the couple said their "I dos", officially turning the page to their next chapter in life.
The wedding party celebrated by popping champagne and toasting the newlyweds to a life of happily ever after.
The evening was spent relaxing with loved ones, eating delicious food from G Seven Catering, and dancing the night away. As darkness fell, a personal fireworks display ended the evening with a celebratory bang.
Thank you so much to Bethany & Brandon for not only trusting me with your special day, but your engagement photos as well. This past year has been a windfall of a journey but your wedding turned out absolutely breathtaking. I wish you a lifetime of everlasting love and joy. Here's to turning le page and enjoying this next chapter in life and all of those to follow!
September 25, 2020 - Canterbury, CT - Bethany & Brandon LePage