Lydia & Jon made the decision this summer to hold an intimate wedding ceremony at her family home in North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania and it was definitely the best decision for them! Before their ceremony, the two shared a moment together (back to back to keep her wedding day look a secret til the right time) holding hands and reading letters they had written to one another. Their family surrounded them with love as they became husband and wife, and celebrated as they walked back up the aisle as Mr. & Mrs. Cranston. After the ceremony and some photos with family, the newlyweds, along with a group of their close friends, traveled to the North Shore so we could capture some photos with the gorgeous downtown skyline and bridges. Next, we drove over to The Point for photos by the fountain before they drove off for a dinner celebration at Church Brew Works.
For anyone out there wondering if an intimate, micro-wedding will still feel special, please know that it definitely does! No matter how big or small your day is, what matters is that you're having the best day ever surrounded by the most important people in your lives, and that you're marrying the one! So happy to have been a part of their perfect day! Congratulations again, Mr. & Mrs. Cranston!
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