Jay and Colleen had a beautiful wedding ceremony at Frostville Church. A historical building built circa 1847, Frostville Church is located in North Olmsted.
Historic Wedding Location in Cleveland
According to their website, the “church was built in approximately 1847 on land owned by Mr. Amos Briggs…(who) donated a portion of his land for the purpose of building a church” . The church is one of “six historic buildings maintained and run by the Olmsted Historical Society.” Frostville is perfect for a smaller, more intimate wedding ceremony.
Having their wedding at Frostville Church in autumn was perfect. A fall wedding in Ohio always insures beautiful colors whenever there are wedding pictures outside. On this day, there weather couldn’t be more perfect. Slightly cool but beautifully sunny, I had plenty of dramatic light to work with. (I discuss my love of full sunlight in a previous blog post). The ceremony was just long enough in length to get some great interior ceremony shots, I was excited for the creative pictures outside the church afterwards.
After some traditional wedding pictures inside the church, we went to various spots in Cleveland that were popular for wedding pictures. Again, it was the perfect season for wedding pictures. The colors were bright and dramatic all over the Cleveland area. We captured so many great wedding pictures, I couldn’t wait to get a look at them later.
We had so much fun. And it was only beginning. After all of the creative pictures, we proceeded to their wedding reception at Springvale Ballroom. Jay and Colleen were so fantastic, the rest of the wedding day was sure to be awesome. And it was. Here are some of my favorite pictures from the first half of their day including their wedding ceremony at Frostville Church.