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With their nearest and dearest by their side, Trisha and Mark tied the knot at Saint John Neumann Catholic Church later partying at The Lancaster Country Club. “Romantic” and “intimate” were the keywords which inspired Trisha and Mark’s big day (and man, did they pull off one heck of a celebration). It was all captured by Justin Tearney. Enjoy this beautiful Dream Wedding that took place in the heart of Lancaster County, PA.  

Church- Saint John Neumann Catholic Church  | Reception (included venue, day of coordinator, food, drink, bartenders, all tables and linens)- Lancaster Country Club  |  Flowers- Royers | Cake- Oregon Dairy | Dress- White Swan Bridal (In Vienna, VA) | Tuxes- The Men's Warehouse  | Hair and make-up- Pure Joy Salon and Day Spa (Manheim, PA) | DJ and Video- Penguin Productions LLC | Invitations- Vistaprint  | Photographer- Justin Tearney 


Noah and Brett are high school sweethearts, and we love aa good high school sweetheart story! 

Noah and Brett met when they were teenagers at a church youth group, their relationship started as just friendly exchanges but the more they started talking and hanging out it quickly became more than just a friendship! They became best friends, and they always say to marry your best friend... Right? They dated from 10th grade until after college when they finally got married! Noah loves his dirt bike. This is a huge part of his life and since he (and his groomsmen) enjoy biking so much, they made sure that they implanted bikes into their special day. They actually rode into ceremony on their bikes at the Miller Homestead, HOW FUN!  

Noah & Brett were surrounded by all their loved ones, and Kelsey of LovefusionPhoto captured these special moments beautifully. ENJOY their special Dream Wedding!   

VenueMiller Homestead, Abbottstown, PA, Florist: Shearers Florist, , Dress: David's Bridal, Hair: Cati of Tangled, Teased & Tamed, Makeup: Beautify By Justine, Cake: Amy's Custom Cakery, Photographer: Kelsey of Lovefusion Photo 


Paging through the memories of my own parent's wedding album and hearing the story each photo evokes is one of my great joys from childhood. One of the first things that I did right after my own wedding was to design a statement album with all of my favorite images from the day. The expenses, to me, was an investment in my family's story. I often tell couples that their wedding album doesn't exist for them, it exists for their children and grandchildren. 

As a professional photographer, nothing gives me more pleasure than being able to produce heirloom quality printed products, through which my clients can savor their wedding photos. Although we happily offer digital files for each of our clients, many couples choose to stop by the studio or video chat with us to design their wedding album. After months or years of planning, the wedding album stands as tangible testament to the beauty of their wedding day. 

Because we are committed to creating the best experience for our couples from engagement through their lives together, we give them the opportunity to wait until after their wedding before committing to a particular album option. We believe the best time to choose an album is after you've seen and absorbed all of the photos, relived the memories and decided which ones will best reflect the moments that defined the day. We offer three different collection of artisan albums, handmade in Italy, bound and covered in a variety of leathers and other materials. 

When people think of a wedding album, they often remember their parents album with full-sized, aging images mounted inside of a heavy leather case. The wedding album of today are quite different and are artfully created in a wide variety of styles. We have options ranging from economical art books with photographic papers to classic collection books, which can feature image die-cuts, covers and dozens of luxury leathers to choose from. With modern printing technology, there is a perfect wedding album available for every couple. 

Not only can you choose to feature your wedding images in a gorgeous album, you can also have heirloom quality prints of your images to display in your home. Although canvas prints are still very popular, there has been a marvelous gravitation towards classic, mated and framed wall art. We love seeing images presented in a frame, it is such a timeless way to feature your portraits. Plus, you can always switch out the images as your family grows and through your life together, making framed photos a wonderful way to adorn your home with loving memories you begin to create in your wedding day. 

Regardless of your preferred presentation, choosing a full-service photographer who offers a multitude of print and album options after your wedding day will help ensure that your memories live on beyond a USB drive. Research has shown that digital files only rarely make it beyond Facebook, that USBs are easily lost or deleted, and technology (although we love it) is quickly obsolete with new innovations. Digital files, couples with high quality printed products, will ensure that your perfect wedding day lives on for generations to come. 

REAL WEDDING | Sibel & James

Sibel & James' real wedding is nothing short of beautiful.  Captured by Brittani Elizabeth Photography, you'll literally feel the mutual respect, admiration and love these two have for each other through each photo.  

The pale peach and eucalyptus green floral arrangements are stunning against the bridesmaids navy, royal dresses.  This real wedding has charm and sweetness written all over it.  Enjoy!

PHOTOGRAPHY Brittani Elizabeth Photography | SECOND SHOOTER Krista Brackin Photography | VENUE Springton Manor Farm | GOWN Jesus Peiro | BRIDESMAID DRESSES Alfred Sung from Weddington Way | RINGS The Natural Sapphire Company | CAKE The Master's Baker | COORDINATION & CATERING J Scott Catering | BAND Monte Carlo | VIDEOGRAPHER E Morrow Productions

CLASSIC ROMANTIC | Dream Weddings Styled Inspiration

White is always classic.  Layer white with a variety of textures in linens, flowers, china and chairs.  Add just a touch of "Greenery", Pantone's color of the year, to your floral designs, accent with gold or silver flatware, use clear, glass plates and you have a beautiful space that works in almost any environment.

PHOTOGRAPHY Katy Trefry Photography | DESIGN CONCEPT Shumaker P.D.T. | FURNITURE RENTAL Cort Event Furnishings | FLORAL DESIGN Petals with Style | LINENS Special Occasions & Queen Street Linens