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John and Allie – May 28, 2016
Woodloch Pines Resort – Hawley, Pennsylvania
Taken while second shooting for Vanessa Marie
Golden rays were bursting through the skies. Sweet melodies of birds singing filled the air for all to hear. The smell of pine and fresh air was all around. The day was nothing short of a picture perfect spring wedding. John and Allie began their new chapter of life on May 28, 2016 at the Woodloch Pines, a lakeside resort.
John prepared for his special day in one of the guest homes on the resort, accompanied by all of his groomsmen. The handsome men were all strutting their suspenders and football socks. John proudly wore his Hamilton watch, given to him as a gift from his bride-to-be. Allie and her ladies were pampered in the house next door. They were getting their hair and makeup done while enjoying a little bit of sparkling wine! After their hair and makeup (and mimosas) were done, they finished getting dolled up in their pastel pink bridesmaids’ dresses.
John and Allie, then shared their intimate first look! They smiled, they laughed, they also cried. They swooned in each others’ embrace. It was their time to relax. It was their moment to stop time and enjoy each other before the rush of their big day. Then off to their outdoor ceremony they went – to officially become Mr. and Mrs.! Family and friends celebrated with John and Allie, dancing the night away!
Of course, I had to slip in a little comment about these Jets’ socks. Go Giants!
Their first look was so adorable!
It’s official! Time to celebrate!
The love here was so real! When the DJ played a particular song, it was like a strong magnet pulled everyone tightly from different corners of the room into this circle! They danced together and sang at the top of their lungs! It was obvious this song was special and this group of friends shared some great memories together! Words cannot describe the feelings I felt at this moment, but there sure were way too many tears running down my cheeks!
Pine trees typically live 100-1,000 years. Some live longer than 1,000 years!
Love is all you need. Love and a great Dance party.
Based in Northern New Jersey or wherever your celebration is. I love to travel anywhere I can shoot beautiful-souled people having the time of their damn lives.