Jaclyn and Will celebrated their Lakeview Pavilion wedding on Cinco de Mayo, or Cinco de Gagne as they’re calling it, and it was nothing short of a fiesta. I began the day at Jaclyn’s family home. I walked into the sunroom and my jaw dropped. It won’t take you long scrolling down until you see Jaclyn’s stunning bridal portraits in this incredible sunroom, which had windows on all four walls. Jaclyn, you made this photographer’s dreams come true, and I thank you.
The ceremony was at St. Mary’s in North Attleboro. I couldn’t get enough of how sweet Jaclyn and Will were with each other. They kept stealing glances at each other throughout the ceremony. It was such a sweet ceremony to witness. I’m so thankful to my couples for entrusting me with capturing these moments. As much as I love the portraits and details, these moments are the truly important ones.
After the ceremony, we did family and bridal party portraits at Lakeview Pavilion. We had the most incredible sunshine streaming through the trees that made the portraits glow. I am kind of obsessed with all of these photos. The all-white banquet hall with massive windows makes any Lakeview Pavilion wedding incredibly beautiful and easy to photograph. The dances, toasts and dance floor were so fun and had me laughing all night! I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them! Planning a Lakeview Pavilion wedding? I’d love to talk – reach out here!
Many thanks to the team that brought so much beauty to this wedding day!!
Venue: Lakeview Pavilion
Flowers: Judy’s Village Flowers
Dress: VeLace Bridal