Down the long steep steps to the intimate Rock Garden, tucked away from all the world and more importantly, other Hotel guest was the setting for this beautiful wedding. The clam shaped rock structure creates a timeless backdrop for wedding vows. After the ceremony, the bridal party enjoyed some time in the formal gardens behind The Hotel jumping around and throwing their flowers up into the air! Oh my, other than that, the day was an classy but easy-going fun wedding. The Castillion room was the final touch of the day for the reception with it's Italian architecture. Peter and Rachel were delightful and we felt honored to spend the day with them.
With breathtaking eyes and a bright smile, Rachael was a natural model for our photo shoot throughout Hershey. We traveled to Founder's Hall for an architectural look with white marble backgrounds. Then we headed off to more edgy backgrounds at Mansion Road and a graffiti wall in Downtown Hershey. Rachael's session showed us her personality and we think we captured it in our stylized portraits. Good luck Rachael!
Although it was a overcast day, Amber's session turned out to be rustic and breathtaking. Her love of nature, horses, and the countryside showed through her decision to take us to her horse's barn. The green grass was bright and played off her 'amber' hair. Not to mention, her horse was quite the model as well. Starting her senior year in Elizabethtown, we wish Amber the best! Can't wait to see where you'll go.
Hershey PA is the "Sweetest Place on Earth", known for Hershey's chocolate bars, Hershey's Kisses, Milton Hershey school, Hershey Park, The Hotel Hershey, Hershey Gardens, and the iconic HERSHEY smoke stacks. The Hershey trolley gives bride and grooms an authentic mode to transport larger bridal parties around Hershey on the wedding day. This beautiful town is home to so many fun and delightful weddings full of beauty, romance, and history. Come play with us in Hershey and experience the magic of Hershey!
What do you get when you combine a mid-nineteenth century Farmhouse with old buildings and luscious landscaped grounds .... the perfect venue for weddings. Historic Acres is an ideal esthetic venue on 7 acres located less than 3 miles from our studio and is quickly becoming our favorite venue to shoot weddings.
Steeped in tradition, Milton Hershey built the Hershey Country Club in 1930 between his chocolate factory and his home the High Point Mansion. Weddings at the club have the added fun of driving golf carts around the course and over to Mansion Road for timeless photographs. The club has two major rooms for ceremonies and receptions, the beautiful Keystone ballroom and the glass, wood, & stone Picard Grand Pavilion with scenic views of the Hershey golf course. We have photographed a ton of weddings at the Hershey Country Club and look forward to capturing more!