Nicole & Ian | The Lodge At Welch Allyn Wedding | Skaneateles, NY | Syracuse Wedding Photographe

You may remember Nicole and Ian's dreamy Skaneateles Pier engagement from this past winter, It was one of my favorite engagement session to date! I knew their wedding was going to be lovely. Even though it rained (Actually, it poured!), I was right. Gorgeous wedding full of details, emotions, and such a perfect couple!

When Ian arrived at the venue, he sent up a gift bag for Nicole that included a sweet note (and tootsie rolls!).

*Insert Office deadpan stare at the camera frame*

Get ready for the cutest bridesmaid's first look ever...

Look at these adorable reactions! Nicole truly was stunning from head to toe!

Now for the groom's first look!

The best part about doing a first look is how much time there is for couple photos! We got so many amazing photos of these two! And the rain stopped just in time for us go outside!

Nicole wore the same shoes as her flower girls. Adorable!

This is probably one of my favorite photos. Nicole's dad was so emotional. I was tearing up behind my lens a little!

I almost deleted this image as a duplicate until I noticed the small difference in Ian's thumb. Such a sweet moment.

The windows at the lodge create the most beautiful light! It was tricky to capture at times, but other times it made for perfect lighting!

After the ceremony, the party began! This was one of the most fun receptions I've been at! The bridal party all had dance moves as they were introduced, Nicole and Ian's first dance was so cute, and everyone danced like crazy!

Second Shooter: Becca Howland Venue: The Lodge at Welch Allyn Hair: Nicole's Mom! Renee's Salon Makeup: MUST Dress: Mirror Mirror Bridal

Flowers: St. Agnes Florist

Cake: Biscotti

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