Brianne + Kevin
New York (Upstate & Hudson Valley), The Roundhouse at Beacon Falls
Every Superman needs [to marry] a Wonder Woman. Kevin found his and put a ring on her finger at the Roundhouse at Beacon Falls on a splendid fall day. Now, I am not sure if Kevin has any secret super powers, but the bride is such a huge Wonder Woman fan that she matched Wonder Woman inspired heels to her stunning wedding gown. And that’s one powerful and memorable statement she made there.
Kevin and Brianne met six years ago quite unexpectedly. She was set up on a blind date with one of his best friends, Chris. But something happened. The dating couple decided to bring friends along to make things feel less awkward and that’s when Kevin came into the picture. He somehow managed to distract Brianne the whole night and that is how it all began. Worry not about Chris. He is doing great and enjoyed every minute of being one of the groomsmen at this awesome wedding.
The day was simply flawless, just like Kevin and Brianne in their wedding attire. Channeling a powerful yet feminine look, Brianne wore a sculptural dress with lace bodice and illusion sleeves, and side swept tresses. Kevin looked sophisticatedly elegant in his dark blue suit with checkered waistcoat and a burgundy tie, matching handkerchief and boutonniere. Every time they walked hand in hand I felt they complete each other in the most perfect way and something tells me their marriage will be at least as perfect as their wedding day.
The ceremony was a very emotional time especially for the couple’s family members who shed plenty of heartwarming tears (even Brianne and Kevin’s dog who was in attendance looked somewhat emotional).
As the surroundings were flooded in a warm sunset light and the fall foliage was creating a romantic décor, taking their first look shots along quiet train tracks felt dreamy, almost surreal. With its unique character, The Roundhouse at Beacon Falls could not have provided a more scenic venue. The historic property is one of my favorite wedding venues as it's overlooking a charming waterfall and rushing creek. It mixes the old and the new with a rustic hint. Reminding of the property’s industrial past, the exposed brick walls, original wood beams and floor-to-ceiling windows blend with contemporary lighting systems, sleek steel railings and imposing high curtains.
This day was a lovely celebration, true to this couple and their relationship, and it was such a pleasure to document it. Enjoy their photos above. They speak a thousand words of love, the only feeling that can “truly save the world”.