I’ve known Hannah since she was a little girl playing softball, and René and I have been so blessed to be asked to photograph Hannah’s two sister’s weddings over the last couple of years. Now it was the baby sister, Hannah’s turn, to marry her best friend Trey. Like many others, their original wedding plans a year ago were curtailed by the pandemic, but nothing was going to get in the way of their love for one another. Waiting a year and taking a leap of faith in hopes that everything would open back up again, Hannah and Trey chose Friday, June 11th as their day. Glen Ellen Farm in Frederick County was the perfect venue with a historic mansion situated on the rolling hills of Western Maryland. Everything was lining up for their updated wedding plan… everything but the weather forecast. There was rain, and plenty of it on their perfect day. Hannah and Trey, like with most things in their life, took an optimistic approach… they were getting married, rain or shine! Though it started out wet, the humid temperatures seemed to just wash away with the rain. The air was cleansed, the sky cleared just in time for the reception, and the whole day felt just like a breath of fresh air. Hannah and Trey’s wedding day was perfect, with every rainy photo taken from under our umbrellas and throughout the moments rich with Polish and Catholic tradition, all set in the beautiful countryside.
What a joy-filled day for family, for friends, for Hannah and Trey, and for love. Hannah and Trey, we are so happy for you two and we are so appreciative to you and your families for making us a part of your wedding day! René and I love you both and your families, who have now officially become one!