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    Contents

    Featured In this Issue

    6HitchedBryan and Kasey'sEngagement Story

    8SnapshotMeet Wanamaker

    Photography

    10StyleBeautiful Detailsat Stroudsmoor

    4 Local Flair Weddings & Celebrations

  • On the morning of the 18th, Kasey woke up early to make Bryan breakfast for his 24th birthday. She gave him the presents she bought (since he was bugging her all week for them) and asked if he liked them. He told her yea, but he still wanted one thing and Kasey went on to say that was all she got him. Over the next few hours, they decided to head to Bryans parents to visit their dogs, Jake and Ryleigh. Being that Kasey is a nervous person, she thought she forgot to unplug the iron. Bryan was a little annoyed at this, but that is a normal routine in their lives. Kasey went back down to their apartment only to find the iron unplugged. Meanwhile, Bryan, his twin, Ryan, and his dad were alone talking about what was going to happen that day. When Kasey got back to the Farleys, Bryan asked Kasey if she wanted to take the dogs for a walk. Of course, since his birthday should be all about him, she agreed. They packed up the dogs and headed out for Beltzville.

    The ride to Beltzville was not fun. There was construction everywhere, typical for a Saturday morning. When they finally got to Beltzville, they got the dogs out and headed out to a walking trail. The dogs loved being outside in the sun! They met up with another couple, who began following them throughout this trail. Finally, Bryan told Kasey they were going on a different path to be alone. They ended up walking hand in hand along the lake with Jake and Ryleigh trotting behind them. It was a perfect day. Bryan led Kasey and the pups through a patch of woods, in which they got stuck with hitchhikers from the bushes--and the dogs too! They stood and peeled off big, prickly stickers from their own clothes as well as the poor little dog bodies. Despite their efforts, Jake and Ryleigh still kept itching. Kasey finally said that they had to go because the dogs did not like this walk. All of a sudden, Bryan yells to Kasey that Jake had something on him and he couldnt get it off. Kasey kept telling him just to rip the thing off,

    like weve been doing (she thought it was from the sticker bushes). He insisted that Jake was hurt and he couldnt fix the pup by himself. Kasey hastily scooped Ryleigh up, huffed and puffed, and walked toward Bryan, who was kneeling with Jake (Kaseys favorite dog). She tried to feel Jake but did not feel anything. Thats when Bryan brought out the beautiful engagement ring and asked his girl to marry him. She was shocked, looked at it, told him to shut up and then started hugging and crying on his shoulder. She said yes and they hugged for a long time with the two dogs at their feet.

    It was the most perfect engagement because it was just right for this couple, so comfortable with each other. It fit both of their personalities. Bryan told Kasey, his only wish that he wanted for his birthday was for his girl to say yes -- and she had no problem doing that!! :)

    Later in the day, while having their first of many champagne toasts, someone said, Heres tofinally! to which twin brother Ryan replied, How about to FOREVER! They are so excited to begin planning for the day that will seal forever.

    HitchedKasey and Bryan's StoryWritten by Kasey FisherPhoto by Megan Dandeles Photography

    Our Story

    Kasey and Bryan

    6 Local Flair Weddings & Celebrations

  • Local Flair Weddings & Celebrations 7

  • Snapshot

    Like with many couples, planning your wedding is probably the first time in your life where youve had to make so many choices at once - florists, caterers, musicians, photographers, and venues - when does it end and how would you know which is best for you? Take it from us, you want professionals with skill and technique. Most importantly, you want dedicated artists who love what they do.

    Such artists are the foundation of Wanamaker Photography. Chris Wanamaker, owner and photographer, started the business in 2005 after learning all he could from his Father, a wedding photographer himself. In late 2006, Loretta joined Wanamaker Photography and brought with her a passion for family and high school senior portraiture.

    Together, Chris and Loretta work closely with their clients to capture stylish, unique and breathtaking images while creating a memorable experience. On your wedding day, they'll make you feel confident and comfortable so you'll look like a natural in front of the camera.

    When were commissioned to photograph a couples wedding, we are thrilled because it allows us the opportunity to be a part of one of the most important days of their lives. Our two unique styles of photography work together to create artistic images that help remind our clients why they fell in love with each other in the first place.

    To experience what Wanamaker Photography is all about, view samples of their work or read testimonials from other satisfied clients, visit their website at www.WanamakerPhotography.com

    Wanamaker PhotographyWritten by Chelsea McMahonPhotography by: Wanamaker Photography

    Capturing the Moment

    8 Local Flair Weddings & Celebrations

  • Wanamaker Photography is a team of creative portrait artists who love what they do and enjoy working with clients to create unique works of art.

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    THE PERFECT FAMILY BREWERY FOR LUNCH, DINNER, OR LATE NIGHT DINING

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    Family event and private party catering experts.

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