Maybe there are times I take things like the Radisson at Lackawanna Station hotel for granted. And then I walk inside. It’s like 1920s dishing out a giant slap in the face. What an unbelievable spot that is! The architecture is amazing, the lobby is jaw dropping. In so many ways they have preserved a step back in time, and anyone who lives here or has had the fortune to stay there should take a minute to just look around. If for no other reason, look at the amount of shaped and carved and smoothed stone in there. It’s mind-boggling.
It was also amazing place for Jennifer and Andy’s classic wedding. Something about a wedding dress and a tuxedo in that place. It’s like they were made for each other. In a lot of ways, I get pushed toward vintage thoughts and black and white photos. In my head or maybe in reality I’ve seen images of well-dressed men and well-dressed women captured in candid moments on old black and white film. They are grainy photos. They have movement and they have a ton of character. I love those photos! So I really hope Jennifer and Andy don’t mind that I played with these images a little for the blog and tried to again capture that feel.
Thank you so much to Jennifer and Andy for inviting us to be a part of an unbelievably fun and cool day. Maybe in the another post, we can talk about the 50 people all having a shot at the same time during the reception.