I first met Carolyn and Josh a couple of years ago photographing Josh’s sister. I was very honored when they asked me to photograph their wedding as well.
Venue – Normandy Farms in Blue Bell
Music / DJ – Synergetic Sounds
As usual, we start with the guys getting ready. And as you know (if you follow the blog), I love the little moments that happen during the wedding day. They show the love and family connections (old and new) of all involved.
We then went out for a few images with the guys. I wish I could tell you what they were talking about but I have to keep it PG rated
Both Josh and Carolyn got ready at the Normandy Farms so it was a short distance to the bridal suite where Carolyn was preparing.
Celebrating with the girls for the beautiful day ahead.
Right before signing the Ketubah (which was made by Carolyn herself). She looked exquisite.
Carloyn and Josh had a first look. They wanted an intimate moment to see each other for the first time as bride and groom.
You couldn’t ask for a better day for the outdoor ceremony. Beautiful blue skies, no humidity and a wonderful couple and guests.
According to the Jewish tradition, you will have as many years of happiness as many broken pieces of the glass. As you can see, Josh was very determined to have a lot of pieces … and I think he succeeded.
And in closing, a portrait of the beautiful couple with their vintage bicycle.
Check back for the rest of their wedding day story.
Montgomery County Wedding Photographer