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havin’ a blast in d-town!

last weekend i traveled to doylestown, pennsylvania (my hometown) for the wedding of kim and ryan. they both went to my high school (though I didn’t know them then). and the church they were married in is just around the corner from my parents’ house! i shot their engagement session a few months ago in d.c., and have been really looking forward to their big day.

on my way into doylestown, i ran into one of my mom’s best friends and then met up with a few other good friends of my parents at the actual wedding! it was surreal! the day could not have been better — well, maybe a bit warmer!

below are a few of my favorite shots from the day. i had a difficult time narrowing it down — originally i had 30 faves — but that would have made for a super-long post! what can i say, with such a fun couple and a great group of family and friends, there was lots to photograph! congratulations to ryan and kim, and thanks for including me in your special day.

yearick_spanglerthe wedding party got ready at aldie mansion, a gorgeous place!

yearick_spanglerkim’s shoes hid a secret. it took a little while for me to figure out the meaning of the letters! guess i was too focused on shooting!

yearick_spanglerkim looked stunning in her dress … and those flowers rocked!



yearick_spanglerwe did a quick session in downtown doylestown between the ceremony and reception. thanks for braving the cold, kim!

yearick_spanglercould these two be any more fabulous? love it!

yearick_spanglerwe had to do a shot in front of this doylestown icon, the county theatre. great colors!

yearick_spanglerthis wall just screamed to me! the color is so bright and contrasted nicely with the flowers and their outfits.

yearick_spanglerkim’s sister, kelsey, made the groom’s cake for ryan! we are … penn state!


yearick_spanglerryan and his mom, pam, were really gettin’ down on the dance floor!

yearick_spanglerwe took a few minutes at the end of the night to shoot some portraits outside the well-lit mansion.

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