Katherine and Matthew (Katie and Matt!) were such a joy to photograph on their wedding day. They were both so excited to see each other as she walked down the aisle, say their vows to be married, enjoy the company of friends and family, and party the night away. I first met Katie year's ago when I shot her and her twin sister's double-senior session when they were graduating high school. Shortly thereafter, Katie got a job at the Greensburg pool, and met Matthew there. The rest is history! You'll even see below, a quick 10 minute stop we made at the pool after their wedding ceremony at First Presbyterian so they can get a shot on the lifeguard stand where Katie spent those early days of their relationship! After that we made our way to the beautiful Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve, to photograph their bridal party and portraits. Then by 5pm we were off to the wedding reception at DiSalvo's Station in Latrobe, a truly unique historic train station. Their venue was a great backdrop for what was an amazing vintage inspired event. We even got lucky with a train zipping by as we photographed them on the platform! Take a look below for a summary of their beautiful wedding day!
My favorite details of the day: The back of Katie's dress and her blue engagement ring!
My favorite photographic moment of the day: There is a tie! First, when they exited the church and everyone threw (earth and animal friendly) "rice"! I LOVE LOVE those shots! Then when the train flew by and her veil danced in the air for several minutes while Matt dipped her, it was a romance movie moment!!
Congrats Mr & Mrs Thomas!