Love on the Lake: Meg & Kyle in Lake Placid, NY

Even though Meg and Kyle went to the same high school and had many mutual friends, it took years for their friendship to grow into something more. “We both moved to New York City after college and kept bumping into each other again and again,” the bride says. “I started to think the universe was telling me something.” Sure enough, the couple said “I do” a few short years later in a stunning outdoor ceremony in the Adirondacks.

After a joyride with Kyle in her father’s antique boat, the bride walked down the aisle carrying a bouquet of wildflowers combined with local blue and purple blooms that reflected the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.

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Even though Meg and Kyle went to the same high school and had many mutual friends, it took years for their friendship to grow into something more. “We both moved to New York City after college and kept bumping into each other again and again,” the bride says. “I started to think the universe was telling me something.” Sure enough, the couple said “I do” a few short years later in a stunning outdoor ceremony in the Adirondacks.

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Light blue, white and purple blooms make up the bride’s bouquet.

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The couple poses with their wedding party of eight bridesmaids and seven groomsmen in front of the serene lakeside backdrop.

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Meg embraces her flower girls, all dressed in white with lavender wreaths in their hair.

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“My mother had arranged for a replica of the Lake Placid Olympic torch to be brought to the grounds. Kyle and I lit the torch together to signal the beginning of the reception. It was dramatic and magical!”

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A basket surrounded by bouquets of vibrant blue flowers holds the couple’s programs.

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Vintage keys, which the bride and her mother collected for months before the wedding, hang with escort cards on an antique hotel key holder.

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Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails in a chic, spacious tent decorated with a blend of Adirondack- and Moroccan-inspired details before sitting down to a sumptuous three-course dinner.

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