Nancy and Tony were married on May 14th, 2011 at the Lodge at Lake Wedington. It was an unseasonably chilly day for May in Arkansas, with temps staying put in the mid 50s. But the nice thing about the historic lodge building is that it is really pretty inside with lots of windows for doing portraits indoors. Nancy and her team of family and friends did a great job decorating with simple, charming decorations that perfectly suited the location. This was another wedding that opted for a more unique desert option. Instead of a traditional wedding cake, the couple chose to fill the desert table with miniature pies and tarts, which fit very well with the rustic setting in the Lodge.
This ring picture was done on one of the wooden benches inside the lodge. Detail of the brides dress.
Gerber daisies in paper cones were to decorate the Lodge.
The ceremony was simple and sweet.
The delicious pies and tarts on the desert table from Yummies by Alex Munson.
Bride and Groom portrait session inside the lodge.
I'm a recent PhD graduate at the University of South Florida in Tampa where my research focus was on developing accessible approaches to geology field work for students with disabilities, and Volcano Geophysics. I'm also a professional photographer (www.steeyjoestudio.com) and a board member of the Int. Association for Geoscience Diversity (theIAGD.org).
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