Jeremy & Arielle // Ligonier Wedding 4.20.13

When Jeremy & Arielle asked me to photograph their small, intimate wedding ceremony in Ligonier, I was so honored and excited. I actually met Jeremy in London of all places before our freshman year at CMU, and almost ten years later, and am now engaged to his freshman year roommate! How the time flies…

Jeremy & Arielle are two of the kindest, strongest people I know, and I admire both of them so much. This gathering of family and friends was a last minute endeavor (put together quite beautifully), since Arielle’s father, the late Dr. Stephen Klepper, was diagnosed with melanoma a few months earlier. He was one of the most amazing professors at CMU, known for his challenging freshman Economics class that Jeremy actually took. In true professor style, Dr. Klepper put together and delivered a brilliant speech, which they later played at their more formal wedding this past September at the Omni William Penn (there was not a dry eye in the house).

I cannot put into words how happy I am for Jeremy and Arielle, as they have truly been “battle-tested” (Jeremy was also diagnosed with lymphoma in 2010). Arielle could not have looked more stunning on both her wedding days, and I wish them both nothing but the best. To a happy, healthy, and loving life together!

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