Scott saw the girl of his dreams walk through the door at Subway– he offered her a broken cookie- she did not accept. A few years later, he offered her an engagement ring– luckily, she did accept. Scott is my neighbor, brother-in-law and goober extraordinaire ;)– he is also head over heels in love with Amber. They are joyful, spontaneous and light-hearted. Enjoy!
^ No, I didn’t tell him to do this, yes he is this much of a goober 🙂
^ Their home-to-be
^ This is a favorite children’s book– Amber is a teacher 🙂
^ i-phone mouth swap (Scott is a computer programmer and big fan of apple)
^arm wrestling in Subway
Anyone who declares a thumb war during their photo shoot is off to a good start– not only were Sarah & Luke laid back and fun-loving, but they also chose a beautiful location, King’s Gap Mansion in Carlisle Pennsylvania. Brides-to-be, I would highly suggest looking into this gorgeous location. 🙂
^ Thumb war
^He is about a foot taller than her 🙂
^ You can see the sunset in the reflection a bit
Twin lighthouses, a rocky beach & two people in love. Robyn & Tim’s love is simple, balanced and just beautiful– I hope I do it justice. They generously showed their hospitailty and introduced Kris & I to several of the area’s gems– we hope to be back soon and maybe even bring the kiddos. Hope you are as charmed as we were with this lovely town and lovely couple!
Feel free to comment– I love to hear what you think!
Sara and Andrew have personality. Their love is deep, they have a whimsical sense of style and are absolutely unique and adorable together. Their retro picnic-themed wedding was playful & fun– it captured the spirit of these two book-loving lovers as only pinwheels, hula-hoops & ruby slippers can. 🙂
^ Sara you are fierce.
Their “first look” was in an open field and they walked together and met in the center– so them!!! I love Sarah’s pose as she started walking…
Most brides incorporate thier engagement photos in some way, I love Sara’s clothesline idea. Man those are nice engagement photos 😉
^ They cut an old copy of Romeo and Juliet into hearts and spread it on the tables as decoration