Lindsey + Daniel

November 10, 2012
THE Courtyard at Lake Lucerne
Photographs by Misty Miotto PHOTOGRAPHY

The Bride Lindsey Houser, 30, is vice president of finance for Paxen Learning Corporation.
The Groom Daniel Alf, 28, is vice president of operations for Tropic Greenery.
How They Met Lindsey and Daniel met on the dance floor at a local bar. After exchanging a few words and smiles, he asked for her number and called immediately. “I made him chase me for a month before I agreed to go out with him,” Lindsay says. Their first date was on the fishing dock behind Daniel’s house, where Lindsey “succeeded in hooking nothing but his adorable dog.” Luckily, the dog was fine, and the couple has been together ever since.
Their Engagement Lindsey suspected that Daniel was proposing after he asked her to keep her weekend open. When she asked why, he said he wanted to go to the beach. Because they live on the beach, Lindsey was miffed. She made plans to get her haircut to disrupt things and see if Daniel would confess his real intentions, but he didn’t stop her. Disappointed, Lindsey came home only to have Daniel propose on the boardwalk. “I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry, but of course I said yes!”
Their Wedding An enchanted garden theme with a touch of elegance, featuring infinite floral arrangements.

“All the love and joy I could feel from everyone at our wedding. The amount of happiness I felt was unforgettable.” —Lindsey


Enchanted Garden
The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne, I.W. Phillips House
Wedding Planner
Christine Budney
“Bernadette” by Maggie Sottero, Aurora Bridal, Melbourne
Laura Jayne Scaccia of Aveda
James Smith, Pure Ocean Productions
Sandy Virgin
Meiner’s Catering
Aurora Bridal
Maria Storman
Entertainment/Lighting/Special Effects/Officiant
Adam Alexander Vernier of Disc Jockeys Audio Entertainment
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Soft pink roses added a romantic touch.

Succulents, planted by the bride and groom, served as guest favors.

Wooden signage added to the ‘enchanted garden’ theme.

The bride made centerpieces using mason jars, ribbon, earrings and wildflowers.

Antique and crystal accents made the couple feel at home.

Bride and bridesmaids pose with bouquets of roses and peonies.

The cake flavors were kept simple with butter pecan, marble and vanilla.  

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