Friday, August 7, 2009

Amy and Ian | Wedding 8/1/2009

I think Amy and Ian get the title of being my first blog couple--I introduced them to you way back in January. Then I got to post Amy's bridal shoot here and here.

Well, last Saturday Amy and Ian exchanged rings in a beautiful ceremony at Pisgah Presbyterian Church in Corsica. Amy was gorgeous--but you've already seen that. They celebrated with friends and family at the Holiday Inn in Clarion, and DJ Jeremy Ganss kept the party dancing all night long.

I love the look on Amy's mom's face when she sees her in her dress.

Does it get any more sweet than this?

Um...YUM...the sky is even coordinating here!

This isn't their church, but it sure is pretty.


So, not only did Amy have a bridal portrait, but they also had a groom's cake--another lovely Southern tradition. (FYI, a groom's cake is traditionally chocolate--yummy!)

Love this series...

Congratulations Amy and Ian--it was truly a pleasure getting to know you and photograph your wedding!


  1. You've captured some fabulous moments. :))

  2. I am wondering if you tell people about your grooms cake?!?!?! :o)

  3. Mary, you are ROCKING that off-camera light! Amazing! I love it! Perhaps you should give me lessons, not vice versa? :) Also, I love the portrait of the bride and groom in that beautiful field. Beautiful!

  4. Mary! Your pics are amazing and cant wait to see the rest! You did a great job and being there when you did amys bridal portraits as well you are so much fun to work with as well. You are very personable and professional yet when people are around you, you are like a friend!!! I love your work and everything you do...keep up the good work and I will remember you in the future if I know someone looking for a photographer!

    Jess Simpson (Amys sister in law)

  5. Mary, Amy searched long distance from NC for her PA Photographer, I couldnt understand why she didnt just go with a local one. I am so happy her diligence found you. As Jess said, you were not only professional but personable and just felt comfortable to be around; not a stiff pose in the bunch. You captured the joy and happiness of Amy and Ian's dream day. Thank You.
    Julie Simpson, Mother of the Bride.


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