It was a perfect December day in Watertown, New York for an intimate winter wedding.
Nancy and Ken traveled north to The Lincoln Loft to celebrate their intimate wedding with the closest of family and friends.
The Lincoln Loft is the perfect venue to customize to the exact vision of your wedding.
Located in the heart of Watertown’s downtown square, it provides a clean palette for you to decorate to your style. Looking for a place to get ready before your ceremony? They have a perfectly styled bridal suite onsite for you. Their sister company, Pretty Little Vintage Co., provides all the decor and florals for their Pop-Up weddings.
When thinking about where to host your big day, most couples think first of their guest list and how many people will be in attendance.
The Pop-Up weddings at The Lincoln Loft are exclusively for intimate wedding days and typically last around 90 minutes. This is perfect if you are the type of couple that doesn’t want to deal with the fuss of planning and booking vendors. They take care of planning everything for you – the florist, rentals, cakes and sweets, and even the officiant!
Nancy walked down the aisle to meet Ken and shared their vows to each other.
The sun was peeking into the window throughout the entire ceremony and you’d never even know it was a cold winter day.
Everywhere you turn at The Lincoln Loft, there is another great photo spot.
We took family photos in front of their beautifully themed winter wreaths hanging on the wall.
No matter what time of year, the downtown square in Watertown has so many perfect spots for photos.
Since this intimate wedding was right before Christmas, they had tons of evergreen trees strung with lights that I knew we had to take advantage of.
Every intimate wedding still needs a first dance.
For their first dance as husband and wife, Nancy and Ken chose “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley. Such a classic for the two of them. Their daughter, Presley, joined in towards the end and they danced as a family. So precious.
The Love Bean did an incredible job with the cake and sweets for this intimate wedding.
It was the perfect way to end this Pop-Up wedding! Even Presley had to snag some frosting.
After mingling, the bride and groom were sent off with sparklers and they all went to GoodFellos for their reception dinner!