Lindsey is a tall, beautiful brunette that we watched grow up at Shreveport Community Church, and Evangel Christian Academy. She is as lovely on the inside as she is physically, and we feel honored that she chose us for her bridal portraits, and to capture her wedding day memories. She selected the Houmas House Plantation for both her bridal portraits, and her wedding venue. Located in Darrow, Louisiana just outside of Baton Rouge it is a classic venue for an old south wedding. Lindsey is the daughter of Larry & Donna Crane of Shreveport, and she was accompanied, and attended on this stormy January afternoon by her mother Donna. A special thanks to the Houmas House staff for their assistance and hospitality.
Lindsey chose an elegant couture gown of candlelight Alencon lace over silk tafetta designed by Ines Di Santo for Stanley Korshak. The lace trumpet bodice was fashioned with a bateau neckline gently touching her shoulders and gathered in the back at her waist. The back closure was enhanced with French buttons under a sheer lace couture bow which swept beyond her court length train. The full length skirt of her gown gracefully cascaded to the floor. Lindsey’s veil was a sheer silk illusion cathedral length edged with Alencon lace.
Lindsey’s shoes were “Cinderella slippers” by Aruna Seth. (A special wedding day surprise gift from her parents.)