Our featured Lehigh Valley Wedding Photographer - Reflections Creative Photography
Our featured Lehigh Valley Wedding Photographers are Lance and Linda Ek of Reflections Creative Photography. For over 30 years Reflections has been photographing Lehigh Valley Weddings, destination weddings, and special events. Lance and Linda have a true passion for their craft and it is displayed by the fine quality images they presents to their customers.
Our Featured Lehigh Valley Wedding Bakery Granny Schmidts Bake Shop
Our featured Lehigh Valley Wedding vendor is Michelle Quier of Granny Schmidt’s Bake Shop. Located at 335 Grape Street in Whitehall, PA, Granny Schmidts has been providing baked deliciousness to the Lehigh Valley since 2006, providing Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes, Bar Mitzvah Cakes, Sweet 16 cakes, and any special occasion cakes. Michelle and Granny Schmidts can also be found at most bridal
Featured Vendor Jenn Roberts Photography
Our featured vendor is Lehigh Valley Wedding Photographer Jenn Roberts of Jenn Roberts Photography. Since September of 2006 Jenn Roberts has been providing family based photography for the residents of the Lehigh Valley. Jenn finds it hard to believe they are celebrating thir 7th year as a Wedding Photogorapher in the Lehigh Valley. Although a large portion of Jenn's business is wedding and
Featured Vendor Lauren Bennett
Our Featured Lehigh Valley Wedding Vendor is Make Up Artist Lauren Bennett. For the past two years Lauren has been helping brides and the ladies in their wedding party transform from beautiful to stunning with her make up artistry and is one of the fastest growing wedding professionals in the Lehigh Valley. We had the chance to candidly interview Lauren recently and we are glad to share parts of
On Saturday May 18, Erika Paulis and John Poandl were married in Bethlehem. I met up with Erika and her bridal party at Michael Perry Hair Salon. We photographed the hair and make-up prep. From there we headed to Calvary Weslyan Church where Erika put on her beautiful SILVER dress. Once everything was in place it was time for Erika to be escorted down the aisle by her and dad and her son.
Amanda and Mark's wedding at ArtsQuest
Wow! What a day! Leave it to a weatherman to choose one of the most gorgeous days of the year for his wedding date. That's right, Mark's a meteorologist and he must have a few prediction tricks up his sleeve because it was seventy degrees in late April without a cloud in the sky.
Amanda and Mark's wedding was a great party with a fairly large crowd. It was clear to us from the start that it was
50 Wedding Photos You Can't Do Without
Your Preceremony Emotions. Before the ceremony, you’ll probably have a lot on your mind — namely marrying your best friend — making this the perfect time for your photographer to capture candid smiles and expressions. --The Getting Ready Photo -The time before the ceremony while you’re getting ready — whether it’s stepping into your dress or having your makeup done — is one of the most exciting
Today we’re talking about peeing. Yep, peeing. In a wedding gown.
Alright Bravo fans, do we all remember the episode of Bethenny Getting Married where SkinnyGirl Bethenny Frankel has to pee right before her ceremony. So with the help of her Maid of Honor and not-so-hot wedding planner, she ends up lifting the dress and peeing in a garbage can.
Ten Wedding Day Tips
Some weddings go exactly as planned but most end up slightly off-schedule. Here are some tips to avoid needless stress so that you can fully enjoy your day:
1-Have your hair and makeup done as early as possible. Make sure to get dressed ahead of time because it often takes longer than anticipated to pin veils and tie sashes. Groomsmen should start getting ready an hour before they think they
Wedding Photography – Why So Expensive?
There were so many things to decide when I was planning my wedding. There was the dress, the bridesmaid dresses, the invitations, the flowers, venue. Where should we register? And what about the photography? Needless to say, I was completely overwhelmed with choices. How would I choose what was most important? And how would I narrow down my choices within each category?