Katie and Dustin had an amazing wedding day despite it being far from how they originally planned it and were blessed with blue skies and warm weather. They had a lovely first look at Congress Park in Saratoga. After pictures, everyone hopped on a bus to head to St. Mary’s Church. Although the church appeared sparse, it was actually filled with lots of friends and family, just most of them attended virtually. Katie and Dustin exchanged heartfelt vows of love… (and like), and sealed them with a kiss. After their virtual “receiving line” on Zoom, they headed to Katie’s parents to get the party started. The tent was beautifully decorated and the property looked like a fall wonderland. This wedding held a few firsts for us, the most impressive being that the food was prepared and served by the groom himself… and it was amazing! All the guests struck a balance of fun and safety as they enjoyed their time together, including parent dances, tear-jerker toasts, and the flower girl and ring bearer rocking the dance floor. Later in the evening, a small storm rolled by to sprinkle some good luck on the newlyweds and also provide a fun night shot. As everyone was enjoying some delicious homemade cheesecake, the bride and groom took time to thank all of their guests for their Herculean efforts of helping pull off this memorable day. Katie and Dustin were amazing to work with and we wish them all the best in this new chapter of their lives!