Museum

A Work of Art by Zack Wussow

I’ve been friends with Cyndi since she looked like Wednesday Adams in the fifth grade. So needless to say I was very excited to help her celebrate her wedding to Alex.

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The day began at the Ethan Allen Hotel for prep photos.

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Then it was off to the Keeler Tavern Museum in Ridgefield for the ceremony and reception - a totally stunning venue and perfect for Cyndi and Alex’s intimate wedding. They both work in museums, and decided on a pop-art theme with so many amazing little touches in the decorations.

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I especially loved the cake from A Little Imagination Cakes, the same baker who made my wedding cake.

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Unfortunately weather forced the ceremony inside, but we could hardly complain - the garden house is a beautiful setting any day.

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Mother nature gave us a nice reprieve for some posed photos outside. The Keeler’s gardens are beautiful, and only got better as the night went on.

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Next came introductions, their first dance, and toasts.

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During dinner I borrowed their rings for a quick photo. Gotta make use of that cake before they cut it!

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To round out the big moments, after dinner Alex and Cyndi cut their cake and danced with their parents. Always a touching moment!

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Then it was time to celebrate, and their friends and family did not disappoint on the dance floor.

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And finally, I snuck them outside to make use of the beautifully lit garden one more time before they headed off to the after party.

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Congratulations Cyndi and Alex! You guys are the best.