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Gorgeous Fall Wedding in Hot Springs

November 27th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset

Beautiful Wedding

Garden Wedding in Hot Springs

Surrounded by family and friends, Tyler and Faye exchanged vows in the lakeside gardens of Lookout Point.  With fall colors at peak, the blooming hibiscus matched Faye’s bouquet perfectly.

The beautiful and gracious couple enjoyed time with out of state guests.  The reception included hot and cold appetizers, including chicks in a blanket, chocolate covered strawberries, hot corn dip and of course, a delicious and gorgeous cake.

Congratulations, Tyler and Faye!!

Our bed & breakfast inn is privileged to host intimate weddings and receptions.

Wedding Reception

Wedding Reception


Beautiful Lakeside Wedding, Hot Springs

November 19th, 2010 by Kristie Rosset

Sara and Michael exchanged vows on a beautiful autumn day, right at the waters edge of Lake Hamilton.

Michael & Sara

Lovely bride & groom

In Sara’s words, “Everything was just beautiful and perfect!  We had our very small wedding ceremony outside by the lake.  It was just absolutely gorgeous with the fall leaves on the trees…Kelley did a great job with the photography…”

It was an honor to officiate at the wedding of these very special and precious people!  If you are looking for a special place to get married, we would love to assist in making your day perfectly romantic and memorable.

Garden Wedding on Lake Hamilton

September 25th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

Mandy & Tom exchanged vows in the beautiful gardens of Lookout Point.

Elopement at Lookout Point Inn

Garden Wedding

The lovely couple radiated joy every time they looked at each other! It was an honor to be the chosen site for the start of their married life.

Our bed & breakfast inn specializes in small intimate weddings, with packages designed for 2-60 persons.  Briana, our talented wedding coordinator, takes care of the details, removing the stress from the event.

Charming Elopement on Lake Hamilton

April 14th, 2010 by Ray Rosset

On a gorgeous spring day, Shannon & Brian exchanged vows in the gardens of Lookout Point, at the water’s edge of Lake Hamilton.  During the wedding ceremony, quiet Brian (whom we learned has a dry and quick wit) cracked all of us up with a unique photographer request–to get a picture of his handsome new size 15 shoes.

It was such a privilege to officate at their wedding, and to share in their absolute joy.  Congratulations to a wonderful couple, Shannon & Brian!

Certified Wedding Planner on Lookout Point Staff!

November 8th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Kyrie, Certified Wedding Planner
Kyrie, Certified Wedding Planner

Congratulations to Kyrie, Lookout Point Lakeside Inn’s wedding coordinator.  With lots of study and diligence, graduated from the Sheffield School and is a Certified Wedding & Event Planner.

At Lookout Point, Kyrie’s goal is to assist brides in creating special day that will be remembered as an event with a unique style and flavor.  Taking the stress out of planning the wedding, Kyrie works with brides & grooms in the selection of flower, cake, reception, and music details.
In addition, our wedding planner is present for the wedding and reception, ensuring the perfection of every event.  It’s a joy to work with Kyrie, and we offer our heartiest congratulations!
Kristie Rosset

Elegant, Intimate Wedding at the Lakeshore

August 9th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Keisha & JasperFlanked by parents, Jasper and Keisha exchanged vows under shade of the crepe myrtle trees, along the shores of Lake Hamilton.  As Keisha walked the outdoor “aisle” to meet her groom, Jasper sang a beautiful love song, accapella, to his bride.  as Lookout Point’s photographer captured great photoslakeside wedding.

After a stressful time of graduate studies and work, the two deserve a beautiful honeymoon.  Best wishes!

Kristie

Garden Wedding by the Waterfalls, Hot Springs

July 24th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Lovely lakeside wedding

At Lookout Point Lakeside Inn, we were honored to welcome Allen & Sherian.  What a joy to host their touching wedding, and witness the great tenderness they share with one another!   Life is certainly a journey, full of many surprises along the way.

Thank you, Sherian and Alan, for choosing Lookout Point!  We wish you great joy and blessings in your marriage.

Bridal Portrait Photo Shoot in Lookout Point gardens

July 11th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Bridal photography at Lookout point

In preparation for an October wedding,  Kelley chose to have her bridal portraits kelley bridal shoot 016taken at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn.  The labyrinth, gardens, and interior of the inn compose a stunning background for a beautiful bride.    To schedule a time for a bridal photography session, simply call the inn at 501-525-6155.  Cost is only $50 for one hour, and includes up to 4 people (bride, photographer, assistant, and mother of the bride).
Photographer Jason with The Photo Standard went to great lengths to get the perfect shot, including standing on a balcony railing, capturing a photo on labyrinth.  He also stood on a tall ladder to snap a shot of the bride leaning over a balcony.   It was fun!

Jet Ski Wedding departure on Lake Hamilton

June 25th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

edwards 006A unique departure from a beautiful wedding at Lookout Point Lakeside Inn!  Stacey & Marshall brought their jet ski, and his sister created a lovely “Just Married” sign for the back of the jet ski.   Their wedding clothes remained dry! 

Congratulations and best wishes to Marshall and Stacey on your marriage!

Summer Lakeside Wedding on the Labyrinth, Hot Springs

June 25th, 2009 by Ray Rosset

Married at Lookout Point
Married at Lookout Point

Congratulations to a beautiful couple, Dey and Mark!  Surrounded by immediate family, they exchanged vows on the labyrinth in the Lookout Point gardens.  Dey selected chocolate brown and baby blue for her colors, accentuated by yellow roses. 

At the point in the wedding ceremony when Dey and Mark were invited to turn to face each other, a look of panic crossed her face.  The ring!  The wedding ceremony was placed on paused momentarily.  Quickly, one of the wedding guests walked to Dey’s room to retrieve Mark’s wedding band.  One of the joys of intimate outdoor weddings is flexibility and a relaxed environment. 
Best wishes to this wonderful couple!     —-Kristie
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