I had the pleasure of meeting Bridgette and Jon over the summer at a cookout and I was so thrilled when they then reached out to me to photograph their March wedding! They're incredibly laid back and kind, and I'm pretty sure I, and her bridal party, all commented on how Bridgette was the calmest bride we'd ever seen. Their go-with-the-flow attitudes were especially helpful while planning a wedding amidst the pandemic! They decided to hold an intimate ceremony at Station 67 surrounded by their closest friends and family, and continue with a larger reception this coming October. And, if you've never been to Station 67, it's a must see! Now serving as a wedding venue and union hall for the Columbus Fire Department, it was once a bustling train depot with amazing architectural details. As you can see from many of my weddings, I just love a good ceiling! We followed their ceremony with photos at Battelle Park along the Scioto Mile on one of the first beautiful days of spring - they seriously couldn't have asked for better weather. And, I'm keeping my fingers crossed we have just as gorgeous a day for their October wedding reception - I can't wait to wish these two well all over again!