The sky was covered in clouds, it seems to be the theme of weddings for me this summer. I arrived at Running Deer Golf cLub and the rain was trying its hardest to ruin the outside ceremony. I entered the bridal suite and you would have never know it was so gloomy outside. Elisha and her bridesmaids were incredibly warm and welcoming. The rain won and the ceremony was moved inside but It didn't matter. the love in the room was contagious and I was so excited to be the one who was there to capture it. After the dances, the speeches and dinner, Nick took the mic. Everyone was given warning that if you wanted to say 'hi' to them they could find them on the dance floor the rest of the night, and that is exactly where they were for the next 2 hours. The dancing was amazing and only ended when the music was silenced and the lights came up. Congrats Elisha and Nick!
Spring has officially sprung and I have my allergy medicine ready! I have met many families over the years but some I find truly memorable. The Rash family is one of them. When Stefani contacted me she was searching for a location that had a Southern feel, being a southern girl herself. I asked around and came up with Bellevue State Park. It is a wonderful location with tons of options and I don't think she could have been happier. An almost 2 hour session felt like 5 minutes. Their daughter, the most mature 6 year old I have ever met, was quite the ham for the camera and it was so enjoyable to photograph. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this family and I believe it shows in their photos. My favorite is when a family's personality shows in their photos and I hope I captured that!
During Ken and Laura's engagement shoot, we rushed to beat the rain in Old New Castle but for their wedding there wasn't a cloud in the sky. It was a wonderful wedding in Delaware between two very quiet but very much in love people. Thank you for having me capture your beautiful day!