The Currier Museum of Art is stately, elegant, and impressive. And Laurie and Kyle’s wedding fit all those characteristics as well.
They both got ready at the Ash St Inn, but were determined not to see each other before the ceremony, so Kyle stayed on the lower floor and Laurie stayed upstairs. The three children kept going back and forth between floors to make sure that they were in on all the action.
Kyle and Laurie decided they did not want to do a first look, but rather a blind first look, where they could talk to each other, read a note, and have a quiet moment alone.
The ceremony at Currier Museum of Art was beautiful, with chairs set up in the grand foyer. As Laurie made her descent on the grand marble staircase, you could hear gasps from the guests. She truly was exquisite.
Portraits with the two of them were so much fun. They have such great chemistry and photograph so well together. Before going back inside, I gave them just a minute or so where we backed up out of listening range, let them have a moment to themselves to talk, and just photographed from a distance.
Guests entering the reception hall gasped as they walked in. The tall pillars, mosaic artwork, and painted mural all provided a gorgeous backdrop for an elegant table setting, where their guests toasted, dined, and danced.
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