Katie and Adam did not stop laughing and smiling the whole time I was with them.
One of Adam’s closest friends is a judge, Judge Ronald J. Haskell Jr. to be specific. So they wanted him to officiate their ceremony in Maryland, but legally he had to do it in PA, so they did both. They found me not long before day 1 of their wedding weekend. I met them at the courthouse, and from there we went to do some photos at a park. Everybody kept telling me that Fall wasn’t going to be colorful this year, but the trees changed just in time to match Katie and Adam’s yellow everything. It was lovely.
Take a look.
From the courthouse, we walked to the end of the block to take a few photos by the old Post Office building. I love all these historic spots here in York.
From there we drove to Regents Glen Country Club to take some photos by the railroad trail. We parked next to a couple of trees covered in yellow leaves, and then walked towards the rails for a few more portraits.
Adam’s cufflinks were important to him, so we made sure to get some photos of them.
While we were there, a very nice guy who was running told us we should go to the bridge. He guided Adam, and I’m so glad we ran into him. The bridge looked beautiful that day.
No matter how big or small, or where you are getting married, it should be beautifully documented, and you should enjoy every minute of it!