Stephanie and Rob wanted to have their photos taken in Philadelphia and we had to reschedule the session due to an October snowstorm, if I remember correctly. It ended up being so cold on the day of our shoot but they both looked so cute bundled up for the weather. I think the cold temperatures also encouraged them to cuddle up a little tighter for a few of the shots which turned out looking so cute. Here are a few of my favorites which prove that Spring and Fall are not the only seasons for engagement photos.
Jennifer and Mark's wedding was my last of 2011 and they have been so patient waiting for this blog post. The truth is, there were so many photos I wanted to include that I was a little intimidated about actually gathering all of my favorites together and taking the time to prepare and post them all. The good news is, I've finally gotten around to doing it.
Jennifer's disposition is one that makes you feel immediately comfortable, accepted and appreciated. Upon meeting her family it was no surprise, as each experience and conversation I shared with her three brothers and her mother and father echoed the same qualities. Mark was such a gentleman and incredibly enthusiastic about photography which is always fun for me. He was up for and excited about all of our ideas during the portrait session of the day.
Jennifer was referred to me by one of her maids-of-honor, whose wedding I also shot so it was a lot of fun to see Rachel, in the second photo, and her husband, Tim, again.
Jennifer is a teacher and to the delight of her students, she invited them all to be present at the ceremony. It was so cute watching them crane their necks into the aisle to try to see what was going on at the front of the church. After the service, they all just looked at her in awe. It was a testament to what a good teacher she must be, all of the kids just wanted to be close to her and give her hugs!
Thanks to Joe Craig for all of your beautiful photos!
This was my second visit with this family and this time, we were able to get everyone together. Tracy had purchased a package of three sessions when her youngest arrived and this was session two. Phoenixville was a great backdrop, it was quaint, quiet, colorful and friendly. It was nice to get such a variety without having to go very far. I love how everyone was dressed, the colors all complemented one another without being too "matchy". The funniest part was that when I complimented Tracy on it, she said she hadn't even tried :) Either way, don't they all look great?!
I'm excited to share that Tiffany and Ryan's beautifully hand-crafted wedding at Friedman Farms in Dallas, Pennsylvania is being featured in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of the Knot Magazine. Pick one up for some great wedding inspiration!