It's not everyday that you get to bear witness to two people that truly love and adore one another commit themselves to one another.
While many people marry one another, being able to see a couple that shares the most pure and beautiful love between them, is the absolute best kind of wedding to be able to capture in my opinion. Alex and Elizabeth were without a doubt, a couple that truly, deeply, and openly loved one another.
There were so many lovely details about Elizabeth and Alex's wedding day that will stick with me for years to come, but hands down my absolute favorite detail, was the stolen glances the two shared throughout their wedding day. From where I was standing for much of their beautiful catholic ceremony, I was able to witness a great many soft smiles and affectionate looks passed between the two of them. Every single time they snuck a smile or a hand hold during the ceremony, my heart just melted at the sight because the joy on their faces was so pure and full of love! The love I saw displayed between the two of them is what many people can only dream of finding in their lives, and it was exactly the kind of love that I am always overjoyed to capture!
There were also stunning physical details that were interwoven throughout Alex and Elizabeth's wedding day. Elizabeth's beautfiul, custom ring dish tied perfectly into the theme of their day of sunflowers and burgundy. I loved how thoroughly thought out all of the bridal details were so that it all came together with ease. I just adored all the custom pieces they chose to include on their special day, including cutting into their cake with a lovely artistically made knife that was gifted to them! It was an absolute dream to take in all the gorgeous decor and trinkets that they tied into making their day so stunning!
As if all the beautiful details and the loving looks shared between Elizabeth and Alex weren't enough to make their day perfect, their family was sure to incorporate some wonderful traditions and memorable speeches into their day as well. Elizabeth's parents gave them a traditional Polish blessing during the reception. It was so touching, and having never heard it before, I thought it was just the sweetest thing they could do for the happy couple. Then Alex's grandmother gave the most heartwarming prayer before the meal that had many in attendance tearing up. After witnessing all these wonderful things that their families shared with them, it was easy for me to see that love had surrounded these two all their lives and made it natural for them to show love for one another.
Elizabeth and Alex, my hope for the two of you is that you never stop looking at one another the way you did on your wedding day. Brandon and I loved capturing your special day and wish you the greatest happiness, congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Mrozek!
Church: Church of the Holy Angels-Kulpmont
Reception: Fahringer Hall at Elysburg Fire Company
Dress: Brides Bouquet
Hair Artist: Vanity Hair Salon
Makeup Artist: Alexia Rawa Makeup
Catering: Scicchitano's Bueno Pizza