“One plus one is not two- it’s exponentially greater.” -Daniel Garman
There are only a handful of brides in one’s career who are willing to traipse through the woods in their wedding heels. Josh and Heather took advantage of every minute of their wedding day, knowing that it would go by far too fast, and that every photo-op would be a moment stolen from their day to last a lifetime in print. And we were so grateful for that adventurous and seize-the-moment attitude!
It was our first time shooting in the high hills of Bethlehem, PA. From the sprawling ceilings and formal rituals of their Catholic church ceremony, to the laid-back reception complete with tons of lawn games and a pig roast, to the overwhelming number of guests who changed from their Sunday’s best to shorts and flip flops midday; every part of this day was unique to Josh and Heather, making it oh so memorable!
As guests tossed beanbags and the blazing sun relented, the beaming Mr. & Mrs. Cygan managed to meet with all of their 41 tables, spending precious moments with their guests who had traveled from near and far. A unique selection of dance songs had a boisterous crowd singing along to the top of their lungs, doing group dances, and laughing the night away. Thank
you, Josh & Heather, for inviting us to share in your fun day!
Dress: Bridals by Sandra’s (MoriLEE) Nazareth, PA | ModCloth
Florist: The Twisted Tulip Bethleham, PA
DJ: Dave Waldron
Catering: Bady’s Grove Catering (Pig Roast)
Grooms: Mens Wearhouse