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Lindsey & Matt | Lexington Engagement Photographers | Lexington Wedding Photographers

May 25, 2012

We had the best time shooting this wedding.  Lindsey and Matt are so sweet, laid back, and so giddy-in-love that it made our job easy.  Their wedding was at Christ the King Cathedral in Lexington, Kentucky and their reception was at Spindletop.  Not only did my husband and I get married at Christ the King, but the same AMAZING priest, Father Gino, married us.  Everyone was raving about the homily, Father Gino, gave at our ceremony, and the same dialog was had at their reception.  It was so awesome to be back in Lexington with such good people – Lindsey and Matt are blessed with the best friends and families and we felt so welcomed and ‘at home’ with them.
It was an honor to photograph such a beautiful couple and a beautiful day.  I don’t think it could have been any more perfect.  Congratulations, Matt and Lindsey!

When the new substitute arrived at the school where Matt teaches 5th grade, the whole school was in a buzz.  He said he noticed everyone was walking in and out of the library to get a look at the new gorgeous girl who would be a long term sub for the librarian.  I love that it took about 30 minutes for Matt to walk in and ask her out on a date.  Way to go buddy!  Okay, how jealous was every other male teacher?  Ohhh, I can only imagine the smack talk. ;o)
Now that Lindsey works at Matt’s school full-time, I am sure all the little kids are so intrigued  and excited about their upcoming wedding.
These 2 are so sweet and were so much fun to photograph. I noticed that every  time they would look at each other and then look back at me/my camera, they had the brightest and most genuine smiles.  May they always make each other smile and light up like they do now. We did their session at one of my favorite places in Lex, Gratz Park. I cannot wait to see these 2 on their wedding day in Lexington, KY…June 30 can’t come soon enough!

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