You may remember Heather and Mike from the blog just a few months ago. They were the ones who wanted to walk through the mud in Ridley Creek State Park and recreate the Dirty Dancing tree-over-the-creek scene. They got married not very long after that engagement session on a hazy, hot and humid July day at the Greystone Hall in West Chester, PA. A quick tangent on Greystone Hall first. Holy cow! That place is beautiful. Everywhere you look is an amazing backdrop. It was also my first experience working with the Video and DJ guys at Lovesick, Inc. They made the day a lot of fun and kept everyone on the dance floor well into the night.
Heather and Mike wanted to see each other before the wedding, but we didn’t have much time. Luckily we were operate on a limited timeline to come up with some great photos before the ceremony and a few fun ones after the ceremony with Mike’s ’32 Ford. I even got to sit in the rumble seat and go for a ride with the new bride and groom! There were too many photos to choose from for the blog, so I just put them all, up. Get your scrolling finger ready!
Blair and Ridge had an ambitious plan for their wedding day. They got ready at the Four Seasons, met at Logan Square, then took a bus around the city with the bridal party for photos before the wedding. We stopped at South Broad St, Love Park, and the <a href=”http://www.philamuseum.org” title=”Art Museum” target=”new”>Art Museum</a> before heading back to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Peter and Paul for the wedding.
After the wedding, everyone was lead to the <a href=”http://www.fi.edu” title=”Franklin Institute” target=”new”>Franklin Institute</a> by a bagpiper. It was a lot of fun seeing the giant heart and the museum and they did a great job lighting and decorating the auditorium where the reception was held.
All photos shot for <a href=”http://www.jdnphotography.net” title=”JDN Photography” target=”new”>JDN Photography</a>
Nichole and Derek had a beautiful, hot July summer day for their wedding at the Lake House Inn on Lake Nockamixon in Perkasie, PA. The Inn is a beautiful place for a wedding with an area for the ceremony right beside the lake, a spacious ballroom, and beautiful old (but modern) Inn on the same property. I spent most of the time with the guys, and had a great time getting to know Derek, his family and groomsmen. We even got to watch the Phillies game for a few innings before the ceremony. All photos shot for my friend JDN Photography.
This past weekend I shot Sherry and Steve’s wedding with my good friend Jon Nimerfroh.
The wedding was at Sacred Heart Church, in Havertown, PA and reception at the Springfield Country Club, in Springfield, PA.
This past weekend I shot Tiffany and Sam’s wedding with my good friend Jon Nimerfroh. They had a great day for their wedding at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove in Audubon, PA. They both put in a ton of work for a lot of details which made the place look great.
This weekend I took a long drive up to the Poconos to second shoot for my good friend Jon Nimerfroh. Mark and Melissa are friends of his, and he surprised them by having me come as a second shooter – and they were excited! The wedding and reception was held at Erharts Inn and Restaurant which is on Lake Wallenpaupack. It was a beautiful spot for a wedding and made Jon and my job that much easier.
Melissa’s family is from Spain, so Mark thought he’d try a little Spanish during his vows. See the photos below of the ceremony to see how it worked out.