Jenna & Jason’s wedding was hosted at two of the wonderful historic buildings here in Scranton, PA. Their rehearsal dinner was held at the Tripp House, which is the oldest building in Lackawanna county – built back in 1778. Scranton’s Tripp House hosts the local chapter of the Junior League which Jenna is active with back home in Cincinnati, so this build and the site of their wedding were well chosen to reflect her passion for historic buildings and blending the old with the new!
The day of their wedding their family, friends, and even their two dogs gathered at the Colonnade in downtown Scranton to celebrate. An 1870s style mansion, restored recently to be used for events, it makes an excellent venue for an intimate wedding like this.
It was a genuine pleasure to work with such a lovely couple – so here’s to hoping they love these images!
Friday night dinner at the Tripp House!
Keeping it local with Susquehanna Brewing Company’s beers!
Saturday morning, the ladies started their day at Finale Salon – conveniently located in Scranton’s ‘west side’. I enjoyed shooting here with the huge bay windows at the front of the lobby. The girls came ready to party…
I love this idea – Jenna kept a journal during the engagement, each day writing down one of the reasons she was happy to marry Jason. She gave it to him as a gift later in the day.
Groomsman armed and ready.
Some time was spent with the guests of honor…
This would be my favorite moment of the day. A simple quiet embrace shared in one of the fleeting minutes that a bride and groom spend alone together on their wedding day.
I find this to be pretty impressive. Check the next two images and see how quickly the fiance of the girl who caught the flowers snags the garter before it gets to someone else.
Thanks so much to Jenna & Jason along with their family and friends for letting me share in the joy of your wonderful wedding day!