Reagan was a good friend of mine back in high school and I was honored when he and Carly chose Katie and I as their wedding photographers. We had a great time with these two and their friends and family. Reagan and Carly are so full of adventure and excitement and we are sure this will continue to be true as they begin their life together.
We love a colorful pair of socks!
Even in black and white, Carly's eyes are striking.
One of our favorites!
There were so many sweet moments like this... This is Reagan's mom straightening him up just before the ceremony.
This is one of our favorite wedding party shots ever!
And this one...
Oh and this one too...
The sun decided to show itself just in time for portraits! We were loving the light!
Venue(s): United Methodist Church of North East and Elk Manor Winery
Who made this day happen...
hair - Rochelle Mirabito (friend)
makeup - Rochelle Mirabito (friend)
florist - Tina Carter
stationary - Hayley Day (friend)
videographer - Ben Konechne and Taco Hornbaker of Ahavah Films
ceremony - Mark Fisher
What we danced to...
down the aisle - Come Thou Fount, David Nevue
recessional - Such Great Heights, The Section Quartet
wedding party intros - Team, Lorde and Ways To Go, Grouplove
first dance - There We Are, James Taylor
father/daughter - My Little Girl, Tim McGraw
mother/son - All To You, Scoty Keo
From the bride & groom...
Best moments of the day:
Carly: Overflowing with love and happiness while being surrounded by a giant dance party of my dearest friends and family having a blast all moving and swaying to the music!
Reagan: Being able to see all of my friends and family gathered together in one place. How often will that happen again?!
Sweetest memory of the day...
Carly: After my dad handed me over, the look on Reagan’s face as he took my hands in his.
Reagan: Seeing Carly for the first time walking down the aisle with her father.
Funniest memory of the day...
Carly: Trying to smile walking down the aisle with a scratchy white veil trying to eat my face (I’d suggest practicing wearing the thing before you walk down the aisle)
Reagan: Carly and I having to do an impromptu tango dance without music while standing in the middle of the dance floor waiting for our first dance music to start.
Advice for future brides...
Carly: On the day of your wedding, let go of all the little details about decorations and just soak in the day for what it is! It will be beautiful no matter what. You may have had a perfect fairytale in your head of how every little part of your wedding should go, but what you will get is real life, which ends up being just as good, if not better than the script.
Reagan: Take 5 minutes to sit with your husband to enjoy your food alone. You don’t want to be hungry on your way to the hotel!
Advice for future grooms...
Carly: Writing your own vows will be one of the most special moments you can give your wife on your wedding day.
Reagan: Make bacon for your groomsmen the day of the wedding.
Thanks goes out to...
Carly: My Mom and Dad for making possible such a special day, my father-in-love, Mark Fisher, for marrying us in such a personal way and speaking deep words of wisdom over our marriage and my bridesmaids: Rosalind, Marcia, Kayleigh, Beth, Becca and Esther- I am so blessed to have such selfless and crazy-fun best friends.
Reagan: Thank you to all of my groomsmen for all your time and effort setting up the wedding. Mom and dad, thank you for showing your love in working behind the scenes and attending to the details. Barry and Wendy, thank you for raising such an amazing woman.