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Carlisle Wedding Photographer | Wedding Pictures Near Me

On Halloween weekend, Rick and Dawn tied the knot at Kings Gap Mansion in Carlisle, PA. As wedding photographers, we tend to watch the weather for at least a week before the wedding date for a few reasons. One is so we know how to dress or if we’ll need to bring extra clothes because we may get wet. The other is to know how to prepare for taking pictures. While the happy couple can control a lot of things on their wedding day, weather isn’t one of them.

Such was the case for Dawn and Rick at the end of October. The weather went back and forth for their special day. But on the day of the wedding, it couldn’t have been more perfect. Check out the sun peeking through the clouds in this wedding day photo below!

They didn’t know if they would be getting married inside or outside until just a few hours before the ceremony! The weather held off and outside on the patio, overlooking the entire valley was simply beautiful. The sun came out for the ceremony and I believe that guests may have been warm, but it’s so much better than the alternative.

Shortly after the ceremony is when we captured the image of the sun peeking through the clouds above. We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to capture the happy couple with the beautiful rays of sun.

Just before sunset, we took the couple outside for some dusk pictures. We had to get them in because you could see the sky getting dark and the storm rolling in. Again, the sky made for some beautiful wedding pictures for Rick and Dawn.

We wrapped up the pictures with some fun pictures after the sun went down and using our flashes. The mansion and it’s grounds are stunning for a wedding or any other event that you may be planning. Make sure that you have someone there to capture it all, though. You don’t want to miss any of these photo opportunities.

Do you have a wedding in your future? Contact AFH Media to discuss your 2022, 2023 or 2024 wedding dates. YES, we're already booking 2024!


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