Trends are changing constantly in weddings with more focus on couples representing their personal interests, passions, and heritage. I may have a soft spot for anything Celtic (last name of McClain might be a dead giveaway) so when Lauren and Alex contacted us about their wedding, we were smitten in the details, especially Lauren’s mint green gown. Learning their story individually and as a couple, we simply knew these were two amazing people who we were ecstatic to work with on their wedding day.
Alex and Lauren were both super hands on in planning their wedding day, which from a photographer standpoint, it’s awesome and appreciated to have both perspectives on photographic needs and opinions:) Weather wise, it was a simply perfect early fall day- perfect for posed creatives on the battlefield and around their venue, The Gettysburg Hotel.
I normally try to mention a favorite moment from wedding days but the whole day was fantastic, filled with so many great moments- like the smile on Lauren’s face during the first look; the bridal party fun in the Limo and on the battlefield; hand-fasting during the ceremony; the couple’s first dance (awesome song choice too guys); and the cake topper- ’nuff said;-) Wishing warmest congratulations and blessings to Lauren and Alex in their many years of wedded bliss!
Venue: Gettysburg Train Station/ Gettysburg Hotel
Entertainment: Across the Pond
Cake: Karen Rodkey Cakes
Hair: Serenity Salon and Spa
Makeup: Until the Very End
Gown: Alfred Angelo