Jimbo’s Club at the Point {Jaclyn + Kevin}

There’s something slightly offbeat and ‘rock n roll’ about this couple and their wedding, which is totally endearing and lovable.

This lovable pair has known each other since they were children. Their parents were friends; they played together and even dated at one point. But as they grew up, things changed and their relationship developed. They went from like to love.

Jaclyn and Kevin sealed the deal by exchanging vows at Jimbo’s Club at the Point in Brant Lake, New York, United States. They chose Jimbo’s Club at the Point because it’s a gorgeous rustic lodge in the Adirondacks, which could accommodate friends and family for the weekend.

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Jaclyn knew she didn’t want a puffy traditional gown. Instead she chose a sophisticated halter-neck lace number.

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Jaclyn had four bridesmaids, which were her sisters. They wore Ann Taylor off the rack black dresses with belts the girls handmade.

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Casey Connell Photography captured the day and commented, “Jaclyn and Kevin wanted to make sure their day reflected them and their more modern, edgy sensibility and they managed to combine an Adirondack aesthetic with ‘rock n roll’ attitude seamlessly.”

Jaclyn and Kevin’s Style Guide

Photographer: Casey Connell Photography / Reception Venue: Jimbo’s Club at the Point / Thanks: Two Bright Lights

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“I’m Marcela, an Aussie expat living in Hong Kong. This space is where I share my love for weddings and bits and pieces from my family’s life and adventures. I love celebrating weddings, motherhood, family, travel and life’s simple joys.”