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betsy and jim

good times — that is what i experienced shooting betsy and jim’s wedding in my hometown of doylestown, pa. despite a rainy morning and “heavy rain” forecasted for the evening, everyone was in high spirits for this amazing couple!

i met betsy and jim back in september and immediately knew they would be a fun couple to work with. they found me through my first doylestown wedding couple from earlier this year, kim and ryan. betsy and jim both work as teachers down here in maryland, so their wedding was a perfect way to kick off their summer vacation! and they got a surprise addition to my coverage! betsy’s sister megan hired them a videographer! what a cool present! ed and brandon from branded video were great to work with, thanks for the ride to the club, guys!

good luck guys, you were a blast to work with!

dash between raindrops!the ladies arrived at st. paul’s lutheran church in doylestown between raindrops!

gettinthe choir room at the church served as a dressing room for the day, until the ladies could bear the heat no longer, off to the ac!

button me up, please!bridesmaid carolyn helped betsy button up.


ohh, pretty flowers!

we are married!i loved the church decorations — awesome lanterns!

talented couple!kissing whilst walking … now that’s talent!

checking out the bling

two cakes?two cakes, you ask? nope … just a crystal-clear mirror!

under the rainbowa rainbow! how nice of the weather to finally cooperate with us!

dance party usait was a dance party all night long thanks to dj eric marsh of synergetic sounds.

spoon showthese two got crazy playing spoons. go ladies!

what is going on here?ok folks, who can give me the best caption for this photo? tell the story!

casanovacheck out this casanova!

done!at the end of the night, we walked around to get a few parting shots. even in the mugginess, betsy and jim celebrated their great wedding day.

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