Luke and Makenzie’s Bolton wedding began on a rainy Friday morning in Bolton Landing, at the Bolton Conservation Club. The ceremony took place inside the rustic building overlooking the perfect Adirondack pond scene. Luke and Makenzie were both teary but all smiles as Makenzie walked down the aisle. The ceremony was performed beautifully by Makenzie’s brother, Christian, and was peppered with special moments like readings and a ring blessing by both sets of parents. The sweet ceremony ended with a kiss and the couple headed outside into the fog for family photos. The dock on the pond provided the perfect backdrop for photos, and the sun even came out to brighten up this Bolton wedding day. Luke and Makenzie shared a few moments alone for formal photos before joining their guests in the tent for their first dance and parent dances. Beautiful food spreads by Deliciously Different provided snacks for guests. The Weber family even produced a special beer for the wedding, from their brewery “Common Roots.” Guests then joined the newlyweds inside for heartfelt speeches and a delicious dinner. We wrapped up the day with some fun photos by the Deliciously Different Bar Car! Wishing extra luck to this couple! (Bonus: I got to see Kayln and Evan – whom I photographed at Camp Chingachgook in 2015! Kayla is Makenzie’s sister :))
Check out the beautiful wall art gallery Makenzie and Luke purchased for their bedroom! Stunning!