Photography: Lisa Kay Creative Photography
From the Photographer:
Katy and Andrew are the most creative couple I know. It is only fitting that their wedding be held at an absolutely unique location. The House on the Rock attraction is an awe inspiring array of sights, sounds and sensations.
The couple tied the knot in front of the World's Largest Carousel and then we continued to take photos in the many unique rooms as well as the Japanese garden.
The reception was complete with personal touches of real cicada shells on the candle holder centerpieces and old school vintage view finders as wedding favors.
About House on the Rock:
During the 1940's, a man named Alex Jordan discovered a 60-foot chimney of rock in the beautiful Wyoming Valley. It was here he decided to build a house on the sandstone formation called Deer Shelter Rock. Jordan built the house as a weekend retreat and never intended it to be a tourist attraction. However, people kept coming to see the architectural wonder they had heard about. Jordan eventually started asking for 50 cent donations. That was only the beginning. The 14- room house is the original structure of what is now a complex of many buildings, exhibits and garden displays.