“I love you
Not only for who you are
But for what I am when I am with you.
I love you
Not only for what you have made of yourself
But for what you are making of me.”
– Roy Croft
Tyler & Lindsey wed on June 25, 2016. The ceremony took place at one of my favorite Catholic Churches in the area, St. Josephs Parish of Downingtown. The high ceilings and reaching pillars give this location a regal air fit for a princess. Lindsey walked down the aisle radiantly, linked with her father, towards a beaming Tyler.
It just so happened a carnival was set to take place on the grounds and you better believe we took advantage of a quick carousel ride before heading to Meredith Manor. For the second time that day, the location did not disappoint. Tucked away is this beautiful property, complete with archways and gazebos, a glistening pond and plenty of gardens to explore. Guests were welcomed into the historic stone barn built in the 1790’s where they enjoyed refreshments and live music.
Shortly after, the celebration continued in the white tent just outside. The ceiling was draped with twinkling lights and the tables were decorated in the most perfect combination of turquoise and coral.
This day was perfection from start to finish. Yet another celebration that we walked away humbled to be a part of. Love is a pretty great thing and these two are clearly supported and cherished by so many.
Ceremony: St. Josephs Parish of Downingtown
Reception: Meredith Manor
Dress: The Wedding Pavilion at Van Cleve
Groom & Groomsmen attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Florist: Blue Moon Florist
DJ: Musical Expressions by Chet Light
Videographer: His & Hers Productions
Cake: Baker’s of Buffington
Catering: Great Valley Catering Inc.
Hair & Makeup: Salon Fringe