I first met Adam and Kirsten at a small coffee shop in LVC. Now, I don’t drink coffee, but I love hot chocolate. Raspberry hot chocolate that is. Besides that, I had one of the best times getting to know them and hearing about their wedding at Tulpehocken Manor (a venue I’ve never shot at, but would love to shoot at again!). Fast forward and we met again for some final wedding details at Troeg’s Brewery in Hershey, PA. We talked beer, talked wedding and finalized the details that were important to them for their film. When we were talking, they expressed how they had written notes to one another over the years. A light went off and had to figure out some way to incorporate them into their wedding day. I mean seriously. Love notes since the start of college? Absolutely!
With no rain plan for the wedding ceremony, we prayed for no rain and were blessed with an incredible day. I kept hearing all day, that if a train behind the venue came rolling through, we would cease the ceremony for a minute or two until it passed. I don’t know what can magically change a train into an airplane, but a pilot graced us with his presence four times during the ceremony, which made for some smiles all around.
Working with Brittney Kreider Photography is always a blessin (she’s one of our favorites), and Adam and Kirsten’s day was no different. With every wedding we work, we find something that really emphasizes why I love filming weddings. With Adam and Kristen, it was easy. The genuine love they shared with not only one another, but with their family and friends as well. Two families becoming one.
We wish you the best!