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Hershey PA Wedding Photographers: Anna & Neil

From Neil serenading Anna on bended knee to experiencing an incredible sunset on the stunning grounds of The Hotel Hershey with the scent of chocolate in the air– Anna & Neil’s wedding day was straight out of a fairy tale!

Anna shared a little about why they chose Rhinehart Photography, “Your photos are so beautiful and unique. I love the creativity and attention to detail they put into every picture.”

Neil added, “You were recommended by friends and your name popped up time and time again. We can be rather picky, but loved all of the photos we saw on your site– they were so professionally executed and creative.   I could see a lot of personality from the couples coming through in the photographs!”

Anna shared, “I’m really anxious to see photos of our family and friends and some of those artistic shots!”  Well, here you go Anna, this was a really tricky photo I captured in camera with Anna and her wedding gown… I love that it also ties in the plum color that her bridal party wore.

Anna explained the style of her wedding, “We wanted a romantic, wintery feel with plenty of sparkle.”  Her wedding gown and jewelry started off the morning with some sparkle!

I bring several lenses with me and use them accordingly– the lens I used for this photo is specifically made for photos taken at extremely close range.  I wanted her sparkling jewelry to pop and chose a dark background in shade while allowing light to skim and sparkle.  I arranged them to draw your eye in and fill the frame.  😉

Anna smiled when I asked about her brides-man, John.  “It’s 2018, bridal parties aren’t just for girls anymore!”

She continued, “John has been one of my closest friends since High School.  He is absolutely hilarious and he needed to be a part of the bridal party.  He was super excited to wear his robe and be with the girls.  He even wore a beautiful long green wig at the bachelorette!”

Here he pops the champagne…

Cheers to Anna & Neil!

Anna shared, “The bridal suite at the Hershey Lodge was more than I could have hoped for!  The rooms were huge and it was the perfect place to hang with the bridal party and family while getting ready for the big day!  The night before the wedding my sister and I stayed in the room together and I wrote my letter to Neil.”

Here two of her bridesmaids admire the dress and take it down so that Anna can get dressed.  I love to use different elements in the room to add a little artistry and pop, there was so much for me to work with in the Hershey Lodge bridal suite!  Here is her beautiful wedding gown from White Swan Bridal Boutique.

Anna shared, “One of my family-friends gave me blue initials of my Pop-pop’s name to use for ‘something blue’ to sew into my dress.  This was very special to me because my relationship with my Pop-pop was extremely close and it has been very hard for me to not have him here.  I am glad he was able to a part of our special day!”

Khara Williams Make Up puts on a few final touches.  I silhouetted them together in the window and I love the contrast of Khara’s hair down, standing with the make-up in hand and Anna’s hair up, sitting, as her lipstick is applied.

Neil shared about falling for Anna, “Anna is just awesome, in every way.  She was a good friend of mine for several years before we started dating.  I really grew to enjoy being around her more and more (and I’m glad she felt the same way about me!).”

Neil shared, “Every time she’s met friends or family of mine for the first time I always hear about how much they like the atmosphere she brings everywhere she goes, and that smile…”

Anna shared about her incredible bouquet from Splints and Daisies, “I absolutely loved my cascading bouquet with the mostly white, some plum and calla lily flowers.  It looked so romantic!”

Anna’s dad walked in the room and saw his daughter as a bride for the first time.

Anna shared, “It was so special to have that moment with my dad before walking down the aisle.  He told me how proud he was of me and that Neil was definitely the right person for me.  I could tell my dad was truly happy for us.”

Anna shared about her relationship with Neil, “I think we really complement each other well.   We have a lot of similarities when it comes to our interests, sense of humor and careers, but we also have differences that complement each other well.  When I’m stressed he’s calming,  when he’s upset I try to make him smile.”

Anna requested a Vogue-inspired bridal party photo after seeing some on my blog.  I’d say that they definitely rocked it…

Anna stated, “We are so thankful for all the help from our family and friends for putting all of the aspects of this wedding and the journey together. We are especially thankful to my mom, who worked tirelessly on every detail to make sure everything was perfect for us. We are so lucky!”

Here is one of their more traditional family photos:

Neil’s brother asked Neil when he knew he wanted to marry Anna and his answer caught him off-guard…

Neil said, “I always knew that I was going to spend the rest of my life with her, but it was a moment that we were watching TV after a long day of work and she laughed at some joke or something. I had this feeling that it was time. I was at my mom’s the next day and we were alone so I said it out loud for the first time, ‘Mom, I’m going to ask Anna to marry me.’ The rest is history.”

Neil shared, “The wedding day was so emotional for me and I have no problem saying that! I wrote my note during some down time and was able to channel my thoughts. I told her that my promise to her is to be the type of husband she deserves and every day I will work every day to make sure she feels how much I love her.”

Anna shared, “Neil and I were close friends before we started dating. I fell in love with his smile and his out-going personality and funny sense of humor.  He is always making me laugh and I always have so much fun and laugh so hard when I am with him.”

She went on, “I am never afraid to be myself when I’m with him and he has always been very supportive of everything I have ever wanted to do.  Neil is the perfect partner for me.”

Whenever I asked Anna & Neil what they were looking forward to most about their wedding day it was always the people– friends and family.

The line-up of men by his side dressed to the nines and ready to go on the morning of his wedding really said to me that they feel the same way about him!

I love how my second photographer was about to really capture the blue sky in this photograph.

Neil shared about the gentleman at his side, “My best man, Connor, is my older brother and best friend. We’ve gone through a lot in our home life which has really brought home my motto of “family is everything.” My brothers are the ones I always know are there for me. Throughout the years and struggles, he’s always been there for me and vice versa. I know he would do anything for me.”

The couple was wed at the “Holy Name of Jesus church” in Paxtonia, just outside of Harrisburg Pennsylvania.  I loved working there!

Anna smiled, “The church was big and beautiful.  There were three big white arches and large wooden doors greeting our guests in the front.”

Anna recalled, “My favorite part of the wedding day was when I saw him at the end of the aisle in the church.  The way he looked at me was a moment I will never forget!”

Neil shared, “I’ll admit I cried when I first saw Anna in her wedding gown.  I didn’t realize I could see her through the back windows when she walked up with her dad and before everyone turned around. I was stunned. I knew I would cry but I could never have anticipated the range of emotions that washed over me.”

He went on, “Those 30 seconds from when I first saw her and when the crowd stood and turned around left me in this surreal world that I relive every day. It was just me and her and no one else. I started laughing while also holding back tears!  I couldn’t believe that we made it to this point. That euphoria stayed with me through the rest of the day, and still remains.”

So I have this thing for symmetry and I have to say I really liked working in this church :).  The priest was also super friendly.

The funniest moment of the ceremony: when Neil tried to kiss Anna before the appointed time and the priest had to stop him!!!!

Wow– this is it– they are all smiles you could tell that they were in the moment and soaking it all in!  This is probably my biggest piece of advice for my couples is to enjoy their day and take in every moment…

More balance, and framing…

The bridal party stood outside of the church waiving streamers and welcoming the newlyweds, they may or may not have been chanting “booze and snacks” haaaaaa….

So happy together!  Neil said, “I’m just pumped that I can finally have her to myself!!!  Anna, you are so beautiful!!!”

Neil went on, “The Hershey Hotel was a perfect place for us, it was gorgeous and the lighting was great.  We couldn’t have asked for nicer weather.”

Anna shared, “Our time at the Hershey Hotel was the most ‘alone-time’ we had all day and we really enjoyed it!”

Anna continued, “It felt like we were on castle grounds in the back of the hotel with the white stairs, topiary and fountains.  I felt like a princess.”

Anna went on, “I wore my grandmother’s fur when it got chilly.”

There is something so timeless and classic about this photograph…

There was a quiet moment and Neil looked down at his hand, and noticed the wedding band and got a little emotional…

Neil shared, “I think we both bring optimism to our home. Being with her is always the cure to a long day at work or any other struggles I may have.”

He continued, “We spend most of our time together– laughing.  It’s just what we do!”

Gorgeous cake by the Couture Cakery— I’m obsessed with this cake topper!

Anna shared, “I loved using our engagement photos from Lisa for the table numbers.  I think it really tied everything together well.  It was a personal touch that was artistic, romantic and added a little sparkle too!”

Anna said, “I loved our entrance and our first dance to the Sam Smith song, “Latch”.  We took a few dance lessons before the wedding, so I am glad they paid off!!!”

Neil shared, “My mom is my #1. After college I had some very difficult times and it was really ‘us against the world.’ I viewed our dance as a big life moment. It was more than a dance in my mind – it was much more of a statement that we made it through those tough times together and came out on the other side.”

He went on, “She’s an inspiration to me and it meant the world to have that dance. We also changed our song choice so we wouldn’t cry too much…”

Anna shared, “My dad and my sister’s speech were so perfect to me.  They made me laugh and cry!  They did such a great job and I could not ask for a better family!”

I love to get creative, here I used the bubbles from the champagne glasses to bring some extra visual interest into the best man’s speech!  (Yes it looked like this in camera, it wasn’t layered on in photo shop after the fact). 😉

Anna stated, “You have to have a candy bar when your wedding is in Hershey!!  It was so much fun!  People took bags home to share.”

Neil explained, “James Madison University is where it all began for Anna & I!  We met at school, I proposed on the quad, our friends that we made there are still are good friends now…”

Anna added, “Including the JMU Duke Dog was a must for us!”

Anna continued, “It was so fun take him out dancing on the dance floor and to get a group photo with JMU graduates!”

Anna shared, “The dance floor was electric.  Everyone was having a great time.  At one point we had a large conga line for the song ” I would walk 500 miles” and we played a big range of songs.  Neil even sang “I think I love you”.  DJs were great!”  She is referring to the team at Klock Entertainment.

Anna laughed, “At the end of the night, Neil picked up the mic got down on one knee and sang the Partridge Family song “I think I love you!”

She went on, “Neil was so funny and brave when he sang that song!  Maybe had a few too many cocktails, haha!”

They agreed, “At the end of the night, we thought about how lucky we are to have each other and such great friends and family in our life.  We would not have changed a thing!”

Anna and Neil, thanks so much for trusting me to capture these once-in-a-lifetime moments for you and your families and friends!  I hope that they are as creative, beautiful and unique as you had hoped and truly capture the story and spirit of your day!!!  I can’t wait to hear what you think!

Lori BosshardFebruary 2, 2018 - 11:00 pm

These pictures are amazing! You captured the day so beautifully.
I am so impressed with everything you did! The engagement pictures were stunning, you were so helpful throughout the whole process and you and your husband were so professional, yet you felt like old friends. We picked the perfect people to share the day with. The photos are a treasure to us, I can’t believe how great they turned out! Thank you for such beautiful keepsakes!!!!

Moonstone Manor Photographers: Loren & Josh

A romantic storybook setting, vibrant fall foliage and a pup that can *smile*: you won’t want to miss this sweet Moonstone Manor wedding engagement….

Loren shared, “After reviewing many other photographer’s portfolios, we took one look at Lisa’s work and were hooked! We fell in love with the authenticity and uniqueness in her photos. After our first chat, we knew she would be the perfect person to capture our special day!”

She continued, “It was important for Josh and me to find someone who would capture photos in a timeless and classic way that we will still want to hang in our home 30 years from now. Most importantly, Lisa has been such a pleasure to work with – she was responsive, receptive to our ideas, and made us feel at ease from the moment we met!”

I knew that Loren and Josh wanted a very timeless, romantic look for their photos and suggested the beautiful Moonstone Manor in Elizabethtown for their engagement session.  We had so much fun exploring the property there!  I also used a combination of lenses and camera settings that would bring out that soft, airy feel…

Loren shared, “I fell for Josh from the start!  He really brings out the best in me and is always keeping me laughing! In fact, I knew he was a keeper when he cranked up the radio on the drive home from our second date and we sang Will Smith’s “Miami” at the top of our lungs. I think that we would say what we love most about each other is that we can be perfectly imperfect together!!!”

I wanted to capture their laughter along with the vibrant roses at Moonstone and a little of that beautiful architecture.  I love photos with layers of emotion and color…

Loren continued, “I never imagined I would find someone as special as Josh. He is humble, kind, and compassionate –  I admire his determination at work and his devotion at home.  I’m unbelievably lucky to call him mine!”

Loren shared, “As soon as I saw photographs of Moonstone Manor, I immediately fell in love and knew it would be the perfect fall setting for our engagement session. We felt like we were in a story book with all of the natural elements: the lush greenery, and freshly fallen leaves scattered around the Manor.”

I love to bring an interesting perspective and thought that shooting from above Loren & Josh and capturing those scattered leaves would be a fun and unique point of view…

Talking about leaves, they found one that was gigantic!  I wanted to play with a shallow depth of field for this photograph– privacy please 😉

Josh shared, “Loren is bubbly– her enthusiasm for life and compassionate nature became evident from our very first date and is what I treasure most about her.”

Josh continued, “She helps keep me to be grounded and brings out some of the best qualities in me. We have shared many journeys together including our move to Harrisburg and starting our lives together there.”

He went on, “It is so enjoyable to have Loren and Penny, a family to come home to, it quickly became the highlight of my day!”

Loren shared, “Penny is the light of our lives! She is gentle yet energetic, eager but affectionate, loyal and loving. I honestly can’t remember what life was like before having her!”

Penny!!!!  Is it just me or is this dog *smiling*?

Josh said, “Give mom a kiss” and Penny planted one smack dab on Loren’s lips, haaa!

Loren continued, “Josh’s mornings are early and his nights can be long, but he always makes time for Penny and I.  I think it’s so sweet that he says we are the best part about coming home.”

Loren explained, “Josh and I were actually introduced by mutual friends and set up on a blind date.  We texted back and forth a few times prior and settled on a date to meet.  I went shopping for a new outfit and even thought about what I’d say to him when we met!”

Loren continued, “Josh picked me up at my apartment and I remember almost every single detail once we arrived. The restaurant was small and cozy, lined with white tablecloths and fresh cut flowers were placed on the tables.”

She went on, “We placed our orders and I don’t think there was another moment of silence between us! We talked about life, family, friends, school, work, hobbies, you name it – jumping from one topic to another!”

She concluded, “We just talked and talked and talked some more until suddenly, I noticed the staff sweeping the floors and turning the chairs upside down on the tables!  I left that night knowing that this was it!”

I love stories like that!

Loren stated, “I’m so glad Lisa suggested Moonstone!  It was incredible outside, but when we walked through the door and our jaws dropped. The amazing architecture and unique collection of artifacts was absolutely breathtaking!”

I had so much to work with creatively at Moonstone, interesting lighting, cool architecture, mirrors, control of the light, I loved it!

Check out all of the interesting colors, textures, silhouettes and reflections here…

Loren you are gorgeous!  I love her expression here!

As the sun set, I pushed my camera and lenses to the max, really trying to capture all of the beautiful details and color in the low light of evening.  I had to stay super-still for this shot, haha!

Loren and Josh, it was such a pleasure to photograph you two (and Penny!).  Thank you so much for opening up and sharing your story with me and for trusting me to do “my thang.”

I’m super excited to hear what you guys think of these (feel free to comment below) and to see you both again at your Omni Bedford Springs wedding in the fall!!!

OMG!!!!! Huffington Post “Best Wedding Photos of 2017” includes one of *my* photographs!!!!

Kelsey Borresen of Huffington Post writes:

“These Are The Best Wedding Photos Of 2017.”

“The very best wedding photos pull you in. It could be because of the emotion they portray, an awe-inspiring backdrop, a perfectly timed moment or how beautifully they capture the couple’s connection.”

She continues, “With 2017 coming to a close, we reached out to our network and scanned social media to find some of the most compelling images of the year. Here are the 32 images that made a lasting impression.”

Number 15 was this photograph of Steph’s pre-wedding excitement!!!  I probably feel this excited right now!!!

I knew from the moment that Steph described her personalized, vibrant hooded onesies with her fun, outgoing personality that I would have a special opportunity to capture Steph’s true colors– her 100% in her element!

I love working with clients who are unique and true to themselves, whether they are jumping on a bed or quietly wiping away a tear during their wedding vows.  The fact that my clients open up to me and whole-heartedly trust me to understand and capture their personality, style and relationship means the world to me and allows me to get some pretty unique images.

Here are a few times that those interesting photos of couples caught the eye of the editors at Huffington Post…

For their story on Athletic Engagements

First Looks:

Dark Dresses:

Funny wedding moments

Wedding trends– mis-matched bridesmaids dresses:

Windswept Weddings:

Wedding favors:

Wedding Pups:

Huffington post, thanks so much for reaching out to me and for taking the time to check out my work and share it with the world!  Thank you also to my clients for trusting me to capture so many unique and interesting moments for you– I love that you came to live out loud, and I’m so happy to have been there by your side to capture these incredible moments for you!

SteelStacks Wedding Photographers: Chrissy & Sean

An arch of actual *fire*, the steel stacks that created the Golden Gate Bridge, Empire State Buildling a happy couple whose friends and family tore up the dance floor… you won’t want to miss this vibrant, modern wedding at the ArtsQuest Center at the Bethlehem Steelstacks!

Chrissy shared, “We chose Rhinehart Photography for our wedding day because she is simply the best! Lisa, you made us feel so comfortable in front of the camera. The wedding day photography timeline gave me so much confidence and went off without a hitch!  Your vision and creativity go unmatched!”

I’ve opened the set with two more creative photos the opening shot above was of the *fire arch* that welcomes guests to the ArtsQuest building in the incredible Steel Stacks of Bethlehem, PA.  Shooting at the Steel Stacks was a total creative playground for me!  There was this incredible, vibrant blown glass sculpture on the way up the winding staircase to the ballroom…

Let’s not jump too far ahead of ourselves though, the day started out at Chrissy’s parent’s home.  Here Chrissy holds her wedding gown as her god daughter comments on how pretty it is.

I love to play with reflections and caught this one in the grandfather clock in the corner.  I like it because for me it symbolizes the passage of time– a little girl, a bride— there is something so timeless and classic about it as well…

Chrissy’s wedding gown was absolutely stunning!  I have many camera lenses in my collection and used on that could really capture the detail of all of those tiny buttons and lighting that really allowed everything to sparkle.

I couldn’t help myself– a little more bling… I thought this was interesting, too because there would soon and forever be a wedding band next to that engagement ring!

I love to give my clients a wide variety of images, this one is very timeless, classic… wow Chrissy!!!

Chrissy’s hair and make-up was completed by Nicole Lynn of Nicole Lynn Weddings (a feel beautiful salon) in Allentown, PA.

Sean shared, “Chrissy was the absolute most gorgeous bride!  She is such an amazing woman – I am so lucky to have such a loving, caring & supportive wife!!”

Cheers!!!   I love capturing a unique perspective and loved the vibrant colors and bright light!  Who doesn’t love mimosas?

Stepping out of her childhood home on her wedding day…

Chrissy shared, “My bridesmaids are some of the most important people to me. My bridal party was a mix between my sisters, friends from college, my cousin and best friend from childhood, and also two of Sean’s cousins and my future sister in law! Everyone in the bridal party has been so supportive of Sean and I and such a huge part of our life!”

Chrissy continued, “I fell in love with the navy, orange and silver color scheme when choosing colors for our wedding. Blue is definitely both Sean and my favorite color so having navy blue for the bridesmaids’ dresses was perfect for us. I also wanted to have some fun and vibrant colors as well and orange was the perfect complement! I loved how our bouquets looked on the wedding day.”

All floral arrangements were provided by Ross Plants and Flowers in Orefield, Pennsylvania.

Chrissy explained, “My niece is also my god daughter and she was beyond excited to be wearing a white dress and sparkly heels.”

Now it was Sean’s turn in the spot light!

Chrissy shared, “Sean’s positive outlook on life and how kind-hearted and caring he is are some of the things that made me fall in love with him.”

Looking handsome, Sean!

The gang’s all here…

Everyone gathered at Saint Joseph the Worker Parish in Orefield, PA.

Sean escorted his parents to their pews– his mother gave him the hugest hug!

Chrissy shared, “St. Joe’s was the parish I grew up in, I attended grade school there, and it was the only church I wanted to get married in. It was important for both of us to be married in the church and St. Joe’s not only has a lot of meaning to me, but is absolutely beautiful as well!”

Chrissy continued, “Having both my mom and dad walk me down the aisle was so special for me. They are the most supportive and loving parents and they absolutely love Sean.”

Sean shared, “I was pretty nervous at the church, but once I took Chrissy’s hand those nerves went away.”   Sean, are those tears of joy that I see?

I have to agree with Chrissy that the Church is stunning!  It also had so many unique architectural elements that I could really get creative with!

They were so happy together, it was just adorable– here is more of that stunning stained glass as well!


Chrissy shared, “Our wedding day went by so fast but the part that sticks out the most to me was saying our vows. The meaning behind them are so important and I can’t wait to continue building our lives and our family together!!”

I have several more “standard” photos of the vows, but I love the vibrant color and classic rim-lit silhouettes here…

I love how the groomsmen watch solemnly…

Another image that stands out to me during the vows is this one where Sean playfully squints as Chrissy slides the ring on his finger…

The elevation of the Eucharist is a significant part of a Catholic Wedding Service and I wanted to capture it in a unique way.  Here I captured the color of the stained glass along with the reflections of wedding guests’ silhouettes as they watched…

I photographed the groomsmen kneeling with the Stations of the Cross and cross illuminated in the background.

Their first prayers as a married couple…

As Chrissy and Sean returned from delivering their roses to Mary, the passed in front of a stained glass window momentarily.  The light was coming through just right and I anticipated their angle…

Husband and wife!

Sean’s father gave him a handshake of congratulations– he looks so proud!  Again that beautiful sunlight is passing through the stained glass at just the right moment!

I love to give my couples a wide variety of photographs on their wedding day.  More candid moments like those I showed above during the ceremony and some more traditional photos as well.  Here is the bridal party posted at the front of the church…

We moved from St Joesph the Worker Catholic Church in Orefield PA to The SteelStacks on the ArtsQuest campus in Bethlehem, PA.

Daylight was fading fast so we started with a few more traditional portraits of the happy couple…

Sean shared, “From the moment I meant Chrissy I knew I found a special girl. Her sense of humor, family values & determination are some of the many reasons why I fell in love with her. ”

Chrissy shared, “I just love spending time with him, he’s my best friend. I never stop laughing and smiling when I’m with him.”

I loved the unique shaded-blue color of the bricks and photographed Sean twirling Chrissy from above…

As the sun set there were a few places that really glowed!

There was one spot in particular with an amber colored autumn tree lit by a flame colored streetlamp and tall, soft, golden grass!

Sean shared, “Chrissy is such an amazing person, I’m so lucky!  I look forward to growing our relationship and starting a family one day!”

As the sun set I could see what caused the dramatic color varieties I was noticing through the shoot– both the warm tones and the cool…

We knew the Steel Stacks was the right place for our reception the first time we saw the ArtsQuest center. It has a fun and unique atmosphere which was exactly what we were looking for.”

We moved inside and I was absolutely floored by the winding staircase!

I liked the Nautilus shape of the stair when viewed from above and the lines that lead down to the bride and groom as well as all of the color and interesting flare of light in the distance.

Chrissy shared, “Sean always puts me at ease.  I am happy with him by my side.  He truly is my best friend.”

Chrissy and Sean shared, “Our favorite part of the wedding day was spending time with our friends and family! We had a blast dancing the night away!”

I love how Chrissy and Sean stand out among their wedding guests and the sparkle of the disco ball and exposed ceiling and interesting architecture of ArtsQuest.

I totally loved the lighting a space– here is one of the speeches…

Sean’s family members surrounded he and his mother all holding photos of Sean from when he was a baby and little kid.  It was such a sweet gesture…

Here a wedding guest wipes a tear as she holds two photos of Sean and watches him dancing with his mother…

Chrissy explained, “Family is the most important thing to us so getting the group family shots were so important!!”  They gathered on the dance floor during dinner to capture a few different large family groups– I loved the lighting and background!

The ArtsQuest Center is an amazing and unique venue!  Guests packed the dance floor from the very start with the help of Fine Tune Entertainment who traveled all the way from Boston, Massachusetts to provide a mix of live music, DJ and stellar lighting…

Chrissy shared, “We were so excited to have Fine Tune Entertainment at our wedding– they have been at multiple other family weddings on Sean’s side and they are amazing. It was really important to us to make sure the dance floor stayed packed at the wedding and we knew they were the perfect people for the job!”

I loved working with the lights– they gave such a cool, party vibe!

I absolutely love this photograph of Chrissy & Sean!!!!

Chrissy shared, “We loved how creative you were and how you were always thinking about fun ideas for us.  You mentioned us taking a walk along the sidewalk together near Levitt Pavilion at the end of the evening.”

She continued, “When you showed us the back of the camera with the SteelStacks and Christmas tree, we were totally blown away!  We had so much fun working with you!  We always felt like we were in very capable hands and liked that we could be totally confident in you and trust your vision.”

Here is the photo that I showed them… yes, these colorfully illuminated structures are the actual Bethlehem Steel Stacks that produced the Golden Gate Bridge, Empire State Building and so much more!

Chrissy and Sean, thanks so much for hiring me to photograph your Lehigh Valley wedding!  I absolutely loved working with the two of you and your nearest and dearest, and totally appreciated you giving me your full trust and confidence.  I am so excited to hear what you and your friends and family think of these photos!!!

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