Ashley and Keith had the true definition of a Micro-Wedding. Surrounded by ten of their closest family and friends, they held their wedding at the very intimate Black Bass Hotel in Lumberville, PA. It proved to be the perfect location for them. It was my first wedding in five months due to the unprecedented lockdown, so I was really excited, and somewhat nervous to capture their memories.

There’s so many unique things about Ashley and Keith’s wedding, I don’t know where to start. First, they didn’t have a maid of honor or best man, so I played the part of both. I made sure they had rings, napkins, water and all the other necessities. I also played the part of wedding coordinator and usher! I was a little busy but loved every second of it.

When I arrived at the Black Bass Hotel, Ashley was busy getting herself together while Keith sat in another suite, fully dressed and ready to go. I mean he was ready to go! He was full of nervous and excited energy and couldn’t wait to see Ashley for their first look.

Their first look was set back in the wooded area across from the hotel. It was a very intimate location, in a shaded area (which is good because it was warm and muggy) with just the two of them. Well…three if you count me. Four if you count baby Jake who was still in her belly 🙂

Keith’s reaction to seeing Ashley was precious. He saw, they hugged, cried and laughed. Just look at the photos below and you’ll see how awesome this moment was.

Their ceremony space was beautiful. With a small waterfall and pond in the background, they were married in front of their friends and family before heading into the hotel for a small brunch.

After brunch we headed to the Lambertville Train Station to take some photos in front of one of Ashley’s favorite locations, the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge. After a few shots we headed to our final location, Goat Hill Overlook. It’s a small hike (which Ashley did barefoot) up the hill where we were greeted with a beautiful sky and a scenic view of New Hope/Lambertville. The perfect ending to a perfect wedding day.

I’m so grateful that I was a part of their day, and wish these two the very best of everything.

PS- Ashley gave birth to a very healthy baby boy a few months later and they’re loving every moment of parenthood!