Homebrewed Love- A Brief Wedding Encounter

Guest Written by Lead Photographer Christin Lopez.couey_004_cl_mmp

It’s interesting hearing how our couples meet and what sort of bond made a simple first date into one hell of a memorable one!  Jeremiah and Jeralynn fall into the category of couples with very interesting first date stories, which for these two, resulted in a pit stop at Urgent Care due to some seriously bad tuna.  The couple, who are avid homebrewers.. seriously.. where’s the beer.. currently reside in Brooklyn, NY, though Jeralynn pegs Lancaster, PA as her hometown.  Jeralynn and Jeremiah chose to have their brief, yet classy wedding celebration at Landis Valley Museum in the historic firehouse, where touches of vintage elements and cool lanterns added to the ambiance.  couey_173_whbwOne of the coolest details was a tie between Jeralynn’s stunning high-low shortened dress and the cork place holders with old family photos!  Instead of traditional bland and boring wedding food, the foodie couple chose a relaxing feast of delicious BBQ and homemade pie (baked by Jeremiah himself for the couples pie.. store-bought for the guests) rather than cake.  couey_141_whWhat home brewer wedding would be complete unless some samplings of Jeremiah and Jeralynn’s were available for tasting, sealed with a heart bottle cap of course?!  I gotta say my favorite moment from their day was seeing these two just be themselves, couey_401_whbwkick back and just have a blast with being photographed and being married to one another!  Congratulations you two and warmest wishes of many years of married bliss and happiness!


To see more from Jeralynn and Jeremiah’s day click here!

Venue: Landis Valley Museum

Catering: Hess’s BBQ

Flowers: Neffsville Flower Shop

Linens & Decor: Special Occasions



Ellen & Bert 07/06/2013

Avid travelers, passionate doctors, and a warm, wonderful couple are just a few characteristics describing Ellen & Bert.  Ellen and Bert met while in graduate school while both were working at a local hospital.  After a self described belly busting meal in Montreal, the couple decided to take a quick walk hike to the top of Mt Royal, just a small incline of a bit over 750 feet, where Bert proposed as Ellen caught her breath on a chilly November day.  Despite Bert moving to Vermont and Ellen holding down the fort in the Reading area, an intimate wedding planned at Landis Valley Museum on a gorgeous summer day, went off without a hitch!  We loved the personal touches from the vintage typewriter with a letter written to guests from the brides parents, to the old school lawn games for cocktail hour, to the beautiful table settings of mason jars, wood and burlap and scrabble letters.  One of our favorite moments was the groomsmen gopro camera moments.  I can’t imagine how crazy that video was on playback!  Congratulations Ellen and Bert and we wish you both the best!

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