Your wedding photographer is there from the moment you put on your mascara, to the moment you take off your dancing shoes. We are, in theory, a huge part of your wedding day. But we have never experienced a closeness quite like this.
Salina and Jason, after careful thought, care, planning, and consideration, planned an elopement at a piece of architecture history (due to their background in architecture and interior design), to exchange rings and sign their wedding documents. They took a road trip from Toronto, Canada to Pennsylvania’s Falling Water, to be united at their favorite a piece of architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright. We were the only guests. And while their family was watching the elopement happen remotely, it was when they pulled out a marriage license and asked that we sign it as witnesses, that we felt the reality of the beautiful thing we were witnessing. Not only were were a part of their wedding day as photographers, but as guests, and (ultimately) friends.
They even packed us lunch. (Thank you again, Salina, it was delicious!).
This elopement was the bee’s knees, for so many reasons. But mostly, I was invested in their love story. There is something so beautiful about an intimate wedding day, especially knowing that, as husband and wife, you are really able to be with the person you want to spend the rest of your life with in celebration, without distractions.
See my favorite moments from Falling Water and Kentuck Knob below.
Caitlin’s Living Photography is a fine art wedding photography company located in Fayette County shooting in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, and New York (including Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Uniontown, Morgantown, Bemus Point and all surrounding areas) and is available for travel for destination weddings world-wide. Specializing in Fine Art Weddings, Boudoir, Engagements, Anniversaries, Vow Renewals, and Elopements, as well as Lifestyle Sessions for Families, Maternity, and Infants. Feel free to contact us here to schedule your consultation.
Until next time.