Pho­tog­ra­pher made wed­ding day even bet­ter

The Morning Call - - TOWN SQUARE - Brit­tany Reese, Eas­ton

“Emily Dilcherd from Elle Stu­dios and I had gone to Nazareth Area High School to­gether, and al­though we didn’t nec­es­sar­ily run in the ‘same crowds,’ we were al­ways friendly. I booked her for our wed­ding, feel­ing a level of com­fort by go­ing with some­one I knew.

The morn­ing of my wed­ding, Emily called to check in on me and up­date our time­line. I had told her I was go­ing to be run­ning a few min­utes late be­cause I wanted to stop at my Pop­pop’s and spend some time with him, since he wouldn’t be at­tend­ing the wed­ding. [He was re­cov­er­ing from being hit by a car.]

Im­me­di­ately, Emily asked if she could come to Pop­pop’s house with me and take some shots of us to­gether. She went out of her way and gave up her own (un­paid) time to make this hap­pen. She was able to cap­ture some in­cred­i­ble mo­ments of Pop­pop and I to­gether, and for that, I will for­ever be grate­ful.

When I asked why she would be so kind, her rea­son was, ‘Every girl de­serves to have mem­o­ries with her grand­fa­ther.’”

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