It’s not everyday that a hurricane hits as far north and inland as Lancaster, PA. Also, it’s not everyday that I get to shoot a wedding in a hurricane! Hurricane Irene was a strong storm that caused a lot of damage from flooding, wind and power outages. The theme for the wedding was a beach feeling which was perfect with the storm rolling in. This storm did not hold back Megan and Brad from enjoying their special day with their friends and family.
I had the pleasure of traveling to Lancaster, PA to photograph their lovely wedding at Pheasant Run Farm Bed and Breakfast. When I first met Megan and her father there a few months back, I instantly fell in love with this place just as they did when they first saw it. From the Old English/Dutch style farm to all of the detail and life that was filled around us, they knew this was going to be a great place for their wedding. I knew this was going to be a fun time.
When the big day finally came, we were on watch for Hurricane Irene as it got closer and closer to Lancaster, PA. This did not worry the Bride Megan, as she was determined to have a lovely day no matter what. That she did!
The ceremony was a beautiful ceremony that was held indoors next to the reception room. Megan’s sister performed a dance to tell a story of love and then Megan played a song and sang to her husband. Spirits were high, love was in the air and two special people tied the knot of eternity.
After the ceremony we ventured around the bed and breakfast to get some intimate photos of the two newlyweds. There were so many great little spots that we found throughout the house. We had so much fun working together and I loved watching the two of them in such excitment from their ceremony. Words just can not explain how great this day ended up being despite being in a hurricane.
I just loved all the little details that they took the time to put together. Enjoy the photos and if you have 5 minutes, check out the slideshow as well. Thanks for looking and feel free to share this post with your friends and family.