It is almost unbelievable when I think that I meant Christine years ago, at another wedding. No one had a clue that the date she brought would end up being the boy she would marry just under three years later.
After having their engagement session last February, excitement really started to set in as wedding plans began to unravel. Christine and I have gotten to know each other over the years, so I was also anxiously counting down the days to May!
Christine’s early morning bubbliness would have made it impossible to guess that she had started her day at 6:30 A.M.
Like most brides, Christine felt a wave of emotion after seeing her wedding-ready reflection in the mirror. This is my 2nd favorite part of a wedding day…
My 1st favorite part of the wedding, though, is when the bride and groom first see each other at opposite ends of the aisle. That moment truly defines their relationship.
Ryan had so many expressions of emotion as Christine walked into the room – a true sign of how crazy he is about her.
They were so awesome during formals, being completely understanding when we had to constantly keep moving away from the harsh sun rays. They both agreed that they would rather move around a bit more than deal with squinty eyes and unpleasant lighting.
Both the ceremony and reception took place at Doubletree Lancaster . If you’re thinking about having a wedding in Lancaster, you’ll definitely want to check this place out. It has been one of my favorite locations to photograph over the years and it’s easy to see why…
When you see Christine and Ryan together, it is impossible to not be in a good mood. They’ve formed the type of love that just makes everyone around them melt.