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.
Posts Tagged ‘lakeside wedding’
June 25th, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
June 17th, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
On June 1, 2009 Nancy and David exchanged vows in the gardens of Lookout Point Lakeside Inn. It was an honor to officiate at their wedding, and share in this high holy moment! Following is an excerpt from Nancy:
Just wanted to tell you how very pleased and happy we were with our wedding at your beautiful inn last week! We couldnt have asked for a more lovely setting to begin our life together. The grounds are so beautifully maintained and the romantic Hot Springs Suite was a dream come true. We will both remember the extremely touching ceremony for the rest of our lives.
I wanted Ray to see how well he did snapping photos. These are just a few of them and they will all be treasured forever.
Words can’t express how appreciative we are for the kindness and grace shown to us by you, Ray and members of your staff.
Thank you again, Nancy
We wish all the best to David and Nancy!
May 23rd, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
With tears in eyes, Carissa & Jerry quietly spoke their marriage vows to each other before family and friends. The wedding was held on May 16, with the raining holding off during the ceremony and for pictures in the gardens.
May 9th, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
The lush green gardens of Lookout Point Lakeside Inn welcomed the wedding of Aaron & Shannon on May 8. Following the rains, the gardens are bursting forth with new growth. The calm and happy couple beamed throughout the ceremony. Shannon carried the vintage family Bible, given by her mother and carried at her own wedding years ago. A nice touch! Congratulations and best wishes,
March 22nd, 2009 by Kristie Rosset
When they went out to dinner following the wedding & reception, we encouraged Amy & Josh to wear their wedding clothes to the restaurant. They discovered how thoughtful and nice strangers are to newlyweds. At the restaurant, parking spots were hard to find, so Josh was letting Amy out at the door while he searched. Once folks saw this beautiful bride getting out of the car, they offered to move their car so Josh could have the prime spot. While dining, other people sent roses to their table in congratulations. Another reminder that Hot Springs is a cool town, and every wedding is a time to celebrate.
Thank you, Josh & Amy, for allowing your friends at Lookout Point to share in this special day!
photo by Kelley Rosset