Michelle + Allan’s Greystone Hall Wedding

I have known Michelle’s mother for at least 15 years from her days at West Chester University. I had the privilege to take senior portraits for Michelle and her brother several years ago. It was that experience that introduced them to me and I was honored to be chosen for their wedding…including the fact they had to pay for me to be there photographer at Greystone Hall.

It was a warmer than usual day for November which made for a great day. We had a last minute change so I was able to start with the ladies at Avante Salon and had a great time the entire day. The special touches with Allan’s family being from Scotland using their tartan kilts was just awesome, concluding with a great original poem for the couple. Enjoy a look at their day!

And a special thanks to my friend David Zaveloff for filling in for my usual second photographer!

The day was filled with lots of special moments, here are my favorites…

I got a call from Michelle about the time I was supposed to head over to the house, and they were behind schedule and still at the salon, so I altered plans and took off to Avante to hang with the girls…Michelle’s Mom was about finished and trying to figure out some schedule details as I got there

There is something interesting about this image, I don’t know what…

A great reaction to the fact that the time had almost arrived

Yeaaaa, in the dress!

Liz (Michelle’s mother) could barely hold it together as Michelle finalized getting ready


Liz kept crying every time she looked at Michelle, so I tried this instead

Allan caught me…I wonder if he was looking at me so he didn’t cry looking at Michelle

My little girl…

A quiet moment from one of the junior groomsmen who was not so still or quiet most of the day

Just an interesting perspective on the exit

Most toasts elicit a full range of emotions from laughter…

…to tears

A great moment when Michelle’s brother gave a little toast and Liz (mother of the bride and brother) watched on in a perfect spot

One of my favorite times of the reception, is when the bride and groom slip into the middle of the dance floor during a slow song, and dance like they are the only two people in the room, and most of the time, a real kiss results, as if no one is looking (except me)

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