Colleen and Ron

Posted May 27th, 2015 by Chris

Catherine’s father helps her son prepare for the wedding.

Catherine and her sister.

Catherine and Jerry.

Book pages: Kathleen and Joe.

Posted March 13th, 2015 by Chris

Your wedding album should be filled with big bright spontaneous and emotional images that tell your story and capture all of the excitement of your day.  Here Kathleen and Joe head out from the church, truly on their way together. 

Book pages. Maayan and Rob, first look.

Posted March 12th, 2015 by Chris

Cara and Matt.

Posted October 29th, 2014 by Chris

A very emotional and happy day for Cara and her family as she prepared for her wedding. I truly have an amazing job, and I am grateful that my clients trust me to witness these most important moments.

Erika’s happy day. Erika and Brandon.

Posted October 27th, 2014 by Chris

After the ceremony and before the party, John and Elyse share a quiet moment on the dance floor. Elegance and grace.

Bridges Of Bucks County: Aaron and Jenny.

Posted July 13th, 2014 by Chris

There is nothing like a wedding…

Posted June 27th, 2014 by Chris

It’s true. No other event brings together Moms, Dads, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors, loved ones all, like a wedding. It is a milestone for everyone, but no more bigger milestone then for the bride and groom and their parents. Here are some moments to savor as Joe dances with his Mom on the evening of his wedding to Kathleen:

Kathleen and Joe, June 14.

Posted June 25th, 2014 by Chris

I arrived at the hotel to find Joe and his groomsmen in the bar.

Luckily, they clean up very well.

Meanwhile, as Kathleen prepared for the wedding, her father regaled the room with stories from his wedding day.

Kathleen and her attendants.

And on to the church, St. Mathias. The fellas do their thing, guests begin to arrive…

Joe watches until he must take his place…

Kathleen arrives and…

We begin.

The bride and groom are finally able to share a smile.

Kathleen’s Uncle presides as the bride and groom are wed.
Take a close look at what’s going on here: Joe looks intently at his bride…she has literally just become his bride…as she places a ring on his finger. This is a giant moment for Joe and Kathleen as a whole host of possibilities stretches out before them. As I write this we are already 11 days removed from this moment. In the blink of an eye Joe and Kathleen will mark their first year together along with the changes within that year. And one day perhaps Joe will regale a roomful of his daughter’s friends with stories of his wedding day, this day.

A quick stop at a local park for some photographs

And back to The Hilton for the party.

« Previous Entries