January 2017 came in swiftly. And before I knew it was time to shoot my first wedding of the new year at Brandywine Manor House out in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Thanks to an unseasonably warm January day (and no blizzards in sight!) I wasn’t worried in the slightest. I figured the only problem I’d have was too many good pictures, after Kerri and Tony’s epic sunset engagement shoot in Lambertville, NJ. And bingo, was I right!
After getting ready in Hillsborough at Beyond the Fringe we ventured into Pennsylvania to start the day.
Ready for their wedding ceremony in the beautifully open venue of Brandywine Manor, the couple escaped for an intimate moment to read the cards and exchange gifts for one another. Tony knows just how to make a girl cry (in a good way of course) 😉
Is there a way to insert a drum roll in a blog? Might as well try. ::🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁::
Just outside the barn was the perfect place for Kerri and Tony’s first look shot at Brandywine Manor House before portraits and the ceremony. It was a spot that felt quaint, just right for an intimate moment alone together. The best part is, after Kerri tapped on Tony’s shoulder, the entire world melted away and they completely forgot about me!
Don’t worry Kerri and Tony, there are loads more photos from your first look.
Next, up was portraits with the bridal party! These two were surrounded by siblings, cousins, and looooong time friends.
Was it just me or did time fly? The ceremony space at Brandywine Manor House is beyond lovely. I don’t play favorites but wedding ceremonies that feature friends as the officiant are so fun to see. There’s something so personal about it and since they know you so well as a couple there might be a few fun anecdotes thrown in there!
Ain’t no party like a Crivello party, am I right? They danced, they sang, they partied their hearts out into the night and sure was a shame when the night was over. Big shout out to the crew at Cook to Order in Flemington, NJ for the delicious food!!!
I have no caption for this, all I can say is those bartenders worked HARD that night and boy did it show on the dance floor!
Thanks, mother nature for bringing in the epic fog machine for some night portraits, so dreamy and romantic!
A little realtor fun 🙂