A little bit of an engagement session blog-a-palooza is coming your way. First up is Kathleen and Mike. This lovely couple’s wedding is fast approaching in November. But we were still able to squeeze in their engagement session to take advantage of the fall color on the Gettysburg Battlefield. And we visited some places that were special to these two, complete with a ring shot on a dinosaur fossil!!!
I simply cannot believe that I’m posting this. First, I photographed Shalee’s senior pics. Then, I captured her wedding to John. And in the middle of those two, her and John even modeled for us during a training day. And over the years, I’ve photographed her entire family several times. Now, here it is: HER MATERNITY SESSION!!! It is times like this that I realize what a true blessing it is to do what I do. I become part of people’s lives and help them tell their stories. I cannot wait until little Miss Avonlea (yes…you read that right…and I’m in love before she’s even here!) arrives and I’ll capture her first year and beyond. God is good!!
I’ve always said that each wedding is unique. That word couldn’t be more appropriate for Erica and Bonifacio’s wedding at the lovely Snow Hill Manor in Maryland. Here are just some of the highlights:
*The bride wore a traditional German dress called a dirndl. This one was couture.
*The groom wore a traditional Filipino Barong.
*The bride made all of the boutonnieres, bouquets and table arrangements.
*The couple brought their guinea pigs to the celebration.
*Instead of cutting a cake, the couple cut a roasted pig.
*There was a keg tapping ceremony, with the beer coming directly from Germany.
*The groom’s wedding ring has working gears.