Columbus Wedding Photographers at Landoll’s Mohican Castle in Central Ohio

Kyna and Vincent got married on a beautiful October day at Landoll’s Mohican Castle in Mohican Ohio. The ceremony and reception was sweet and meaningful to the couple.

Kyna and Vince first laid eyes on each other in the summer of 2011. Their best friends were in a relationship and made the introduction. There was a connection, but Kyna lived in Columbus and Vince lived in Sandusky. As the summer progressed, they talked and saw each other sparingly.

On Labor Day weekend, Kyna agreed to go out on a date, thus getting the relationship rolling. They dated long distance for four years, only seeing each other on the weekends while Kyna was finishing school. Finally, Kyna moved to Cleveland in 2015 and they have been together ever since.

On their wedding day, Kyna and Vince’s emotions and love for each other were very clear. While getting ready, they both teared up from letters written to each other.

They were also lovingly supported by their families. Kyna gave her dad a tie as a wedding gift. Embroidered on the back was, “Dad of all the walks we have taken, this one is my favorite.” For the ceremony, Vince’s father dressed up in a kilt and performed the ceremony.

Vince and Kyna’s first look was sweet and emotional. The couple were able to express their feelings for each other, having an intimate space for a moment together.

Following lovely formal portraits, the lovebirds tied their Welsh knot in an intimate ceremony and were wed. They then had a great reception with lots of delicious food and tons of laughter.

Kyna and Vince - we wish you the best in your marriage!

Wedding Photographers: Brian + Joelle Hunsaker Photography - Northeast Ohio
Ceremony and Reception: Landoll’s Mohican Castle - Mohican, Ohio
Caterer: Landoll’s Mohican Castle - Mohican, Ohio
DJ: D&M DJ Entertainment - Westerville, Ohio
Dress: Radiant Bride - Cleveland, Ohio
Florist: Lynn Creations Florist - Broadview Heights, Ohio
Cake: Wendy Kromer Confections - Sandusky, Ohio

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