A CT wedding at The Inn at Longshore

Remy + Keith’s Longshore Wedding


Remy says of their day: “Keith and I met at the beginning of our sophomore year of college. We both played lacrosse at school and had a bunch of mutual friends – one of which being Keith’s roommate, who was my initial love interest believe it or not! Keith’s roommate James invited me over to watch the Eagles game and Keith ended up swooping in and swooping me off my feet!”

“We have been together ever since – 3 years of college, 3 years of long distance from DC to CT during law school and 5 years living together in the best city in the world (NYC 🤪)! “

“Keith proposed in Central Park in June 2019 and we didn’t even bother to look at any other venues other than Longshore – we had never actually said it prior to getting engaged, but I think we both knew that’s where we would always get married. We booked longshore in July 2019, scheduled to get married in August 2020.”

“Of course, the universe had other covidy plans and in April 2020 we couldn’t handle the stress and pushed our wedding to September 3, 2021.  I always wanted a September wedding, so it definitely worked out, and all of the tears that day in April when we moved it were so worth it!


“As you may recall, hurricane Henri cleared out HOURS before our rehearsal dinner (we were driving to CT from NY and cars were literally abandoned on the road, trains weren’t running, subways were flooded and we even had to call Longshore to make sure they had power – THE DAY BEFORE OUR WEDDING!!) and gave us the most beautiful September day! Grateful for our wedding story because it’s very unique and special to us, but DAMN I’m glad it’s over and we can just enjoy married life!!”



  1. Jeff Lundstrom on July 22, 2022 at 10:02 pm

    Captured with real emotion, Robert. Well done!

  2. Gretchen Stone on November 17, 2022 at 10:15 am

    Absolutely wonderful wedding photos. The day was perfect as are the photos. You captured it so well!

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