“Love is the voice under all silences, the hope which has no opposite in fear; the strength so strong mere force is feebleness: the truth more first than sun, more last than star.” e.e. cummings
This bride carried as much beauty and poise as any character of classic fiction. With gown of satin and lace, a circle veil to drape her face, and a delicate crown of golden leaves in her hair, Emily was timeless and beautiful.
She and Tim have shared many years together already, and on this rainy day in northern Pennsylvania, there was a calm confidence and expectancy for their union. Both Tessa and myself remarked how either side of the bridal party was so calm and peaceful, and the beating of the rain on the wall to wall windows of the church during preparation was a soothing song.
After a short and sweet ceremony, the newlywed Mr. & Mrs. Harris shared a few sweet moments with their family and we all met again at Frosty Valley Golf Club where the room was elegantly drenched in white with all of the classic details. The rain sensed the importance of this day and eased as the bridal party and couple stepped onto the golf course to take photos. Our dream come true. An evening topped with loving speeches, lively dancing, and an incredible umbrella photo op was one to remember. Thank you, Tim & Emily for allowing us to join you on your special day! Best wishes!
Ceremony: Trinity United Methodist Church
Reception: Frosty Valley Country Club (Danville, PA)
Dress: The Bridal Chateau in Berwick
Florist: The Details Matter
DJ: Craig Miller
Cake: Sharon Eyer
Catering: Frosty Valley Country Club
Bridesmaids: The Bridal Chateau
Groomsmen: Joseph A Banks