We got treated to a new venue for Marci & Jota’s wedding. Tyler Arboretum quickly became one of our favorite venues. We met up with Marci and her ladies in the barn and then Matt caught up with Jota and placed him out in the wild to wait for Marci. Every moment between these two was perfect! It made our job so easy. They were so into each other and taking photos it was fantastic. Their wedding party wasn’t too shabby eitherAfter the photos we transitioned to the outdoor ceremony which was absolutely stunning. This was one of our favorite weddings, everything was done so unique and colorful and the setting just topped it off. Thank you soooo much to Marci & Jota, your families and wedding party we thoroughly enjoyed working with you guys, I can’t get over how well the photos turned out. Enjoy!
We took a little road trip up to North Jersey for Diana & Brian’s wedding at Nanina’s in the Park, a really fancy romantic outdoor setting. Upon arriving we started out with Diana and her 11 bridesmaids. After everyone was all made up and ready the ceremony begun. Nanina’s has an absolutely beautiful ceremony site. Immediately after they were wed, their was a hilarious moment of their first selfie as a married couple followed by a very slobbery kiss with their pupAfter the portraits Diana headed in to change into dress number 2 and the party started! We were able to sneak out with the couple to take advantage of the grounds at night. Thanks so much Brian & Diana for a great time. Enjoy!
Engagement session season is in full force, and heading back to Longwood Gardens, one of our favorite spots, we met up with Katelyn & Zach. Lancaster County folk, they both work as physician assistants. We hit it off really well with both of them and since they had never been to the gardens we were not only photographers but tour guides. The gardens didn’t disappoint and neither did this couple, once they got the hang of itThey were super easy and sweet to work with. Thank you guys for an awesome time and we can not wait for your wedding at The Eden in Lancaster! Enjoy!
This was quite possibly one of the most fun and unique engagement sessions we have done. Dianne & Kyle wanted to do something different, and different we did. They drive by this train track with abandoned cars on it in Telford, PA on their drive to work everyday so they decided to do the shoot here. It was really neat, all the over grown foliage on the cars and graffiti, we were so glad to have the opportunity to shoot somewhere out of the norm. So we just took a stroll down the tracks stopping here and there. These guys were fantastic to work with. They were like kids, they both have such giddy fun-loving outgoing personalities. Next Dianne tied Kyle to the tracks and then all paint hell broke loose. Thank you guys for such an amazing time you guys were wonderful to work with. And we cant wait to see what antics you have in store for us on your wedding day. Enjoy!