Of all my brides this year, Lindsay had to be one of the easiest. From the first meeting until the day of her wedding, she was just happy, happy, happy. And working at Saratoga National Golf Club is always a good time because of the people involved.
COLOR AND STYLE
Lindsay and her mom, Carol, really let me do my thing with some gentle guidance along the way. In fact, they were so easy on me, I called them as I was putting the flowers together just to make sure I had it right! Traci at Saratoga National worked with the family helping them find fun linen and chair accents to add to the design we had going on. The wedding colors were all very soft, but the girls got a fun pop of deeper color tones for a little pow! We used tall stands on the head table laced with delicate crystal strands on clear strings to add just the right amount of shimmer to the room.
Most of the weddings we do at Saratoga National have the ceremony on site, but Chris and Lindsay did the deal at Jermain Memorial Presbyterian Church in Watervliet. What a beautiful church! Cocktails were held poolside at SNGC, and then it was party time in the ballroom!
Behind the lens were the Elarios. Behind the camera was Mr. Al Woodard. Serving it up Mazzone style was Traci, Danielle, and Sean from Saratoga National Golf Club.
Congratulations Lindsay and Chris!