Holy moly do I have a lot to say about Bailey + Jack’s wedding day.
For starters, Jack is from California and Bailey is from Pennsylvania. They met in LA over 5 years ago, spent their first date at The Broad Museum and have been together ever since.
Bailey + Jack are simple people, in the sense that they treasure the simplest things in life. Love, family and friends. And when it came to their wedding day, they didn’t want a big production or grand wedding. All they wanted was to remember being present on one of the happiest days of their lives. And they did just that.
They trusted in me to document their wedding day as I saw it happen, authentically and artistically. I treasure true moments – candid moments. Moments of Bailey + her bridesmaids doing their own hair & makeup, Bailey’s nieces admiring and hugging her, laughter of guests enjoying cocktail hour, etc. They wanted their family & friends to be represented through their wedding photos just as much as the two of them.
The Wilbur Mansion was not only the perfect place for them to get married, but it was also sentimental. Bailey’s family transformed what was once an abandoned historic building for 30+ years into the most beautiful venue. They preserved so much of the building’s history and brought it back to life for their first ever event – Bailey + Jack’s wedding day.
From morning to night, capturing the joy and love throughout their day felt effortless because there were truly smiles on every single face I glanced at. I’m so incredibly happy for these two, the life they’ve built so far, and the life they will continue to grow for the rest of time.
shot on a mix of digital + 120 film
venue: The Wilbur Mansion, Bethlehem, PA
florals: Mark Kinztel Design
video: Fire Rock Video