Christine & Danny | Mount Washington Tavern Wedding Photography

Christine and Danny were married at the St. Joseph in Uniontown and held their reception at the Hopwood Social Hall. You may remember Christine and Danny from their engagement experience last year.

Just married!

I love fall, and Christine’s choice of color palette was perfect.

Love the brick on the front of Mount Washington Tavern.

A new twist on the ring shot.

Just for fun, a little ‘behind the scenes’ action. That’s me. The one in all black. I realize that you may not be able to see me since I am like a ninja.

Love this shot! Love it!

Gorgeous scenery and beautiful light.

First dance.

I like the contrast of the rust and the rings.

I love it when this happens… they were both dancing with their mother’s and they hugged at the same time AND I caught it!

Danny’s grandfather is in a nursing home due to a recent decline in health and we were able to visit him after the ceremony. I asked grandma if she would kiss him and I think they were getting frisky!

She told me that they have been married 66.5 years (and she made sure to tell me about the half). They were married in 1942 when she was 19 and he was 20. They have spent an entire lifetime together, can you imagine the things/changes they have seen? So much character to these hands.

Make-up Artist: Robert Hensley
Florist: Connie Early
Bakery: Myer
Entertainment: Steve Barrett
Colors: dark red, orange, fall colors
Flowers: roses, calla lilies, tree fern

Weddings by Heather – Uniontown wedding photographer

  • Anonymous

    Okay, those hands just brought instant tears of happiness to my eyes.

  • Amanda

    Go ninja go ninja! Go!

    Wow – got the new mac fired up and there's a huge difference when I view your blog on the mac versus the pc. You are astonishingly even more FANTASTIC when viewed in the right color profile!

  • Katie

    Hi Heather, I was the maid of honor in Christine's wedding. I just wanted to say that the pictures look fantastic.

  • Anonymous

    Heather, it is impossible for me to put into words your amazing gift for photography. Each time I see your pictures, my heart is truly touched. Grandma and Grandpa's hands – they are so very touching. We are honored to have you with us at PSU next July.

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