Sunrise engagement sessions make us smile
A little while later, when Julianne and I found out that Lauren and Jon were more than willing to hop into the river that night, we could hardly contain our excitement.
Lauren and Jon got in the river first, then Julianne, then me. A crowd of guests gathered, and all seemed shocked that we, the photographers, were willing to go in. The truth is, we are pretty much up for anything in order to take a unique photo. Those opportunities create wonderful memories for us, and we think our couples feel the same.. We can’t thank Lauren and Jon enough for giving us another reason to love our job.
Wow….just wow. That is all we can say about Ashley and Ed’s wedding. They did such an amazing job planning their day. From the unique details, the STUNNING venue in the mountains of Pennsylvania, their laid back attitudes, and the opportunity to take portraits in the afternoon, at sunset, and after dark, it was an unbelievable day to be a wedding photographer. We are literally speechless as we look through this and remember how perfect the day was. Thank you Ashley and Ed for letting us be a part of your wedding
“is it Super Bowl tickets? What can be better than Super Bowl tickets?”
A huge thank you to Pam and Craig Benson at Fiddle Lake Farm (we cannot wait to come back!).
Hair and Make-up: Tiffany Rose Harris
Catering: The Epicurean Delight (The food was unreal!)
Flowers and Plants: Erin Downey (Beautiful work!)
Cake and Cake Pops: Chrissy Paciello of Jones Restaurant (Amazing!)
Cookies: Bonnie Noll of Vanilya Bakery (So good…we ate so many!)
Head Pieces: Diamond Tooth Taxidermy
More sunrise sessions, please.
Also, thank you Meredith and Matthew for not looking at us like we’re insane when we asked you to stand in front of that bright orange bathroom trailer