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On May 8th, 2021 Kelli-Anne & Dustin Pasnello said I do to forever in front of their friends and family at the historic Genetti Hotel in downtown Williamsport. Just like any other bride, Kelli-Anne postponed their original date of October 10th, 2020 because of the Covid-19 Pandemic. It was completely worth the wait to see the look on Dustin’s teary-eyed face when Kelli walked down the aisle.
The day begun with Kelli + her love squad getting ready in the bridal suite. Kelli provided most of the makeup for her bridesmaids, as well as herself. All of their makeup was flawless + all the girls stood out fantastically. However, what’s a wedding day without a little rain, right? After Kelli + Dustin’s ceremony, the bridal party headed to Lycoming College for their wedding portraits. There were 15 mins before the sky opened up and blessed them with a lot of rain. With the amount of rain the day received, Kelli & Dustin should have a blessed marriage for the next 100 years.
Kelli-Anne & Dustin – Pasnello wedding reception started out with a very emotional. Kelli’s sister Molly paid a very special tribute to Kelli’s father. They danced together for the father-daughter dance that caught Kelli by complete surprise and their wasn’t a dry eye in the room. Kelli’s father was a police officer and Molly had one of his police uniform shirts to temporarily fit her for the dance. The emotions in the room surrounding that dance, you could have heard a pin drop. It was needed and it was an absolute honor to watch Kelli have a dance with her “father”. After the dances were over and the toasts were said, the evening turned into dancing and lots of laughter.
I’ll let the images show you how the day went on. -Tash.
Wishing you a lifetime of happiness, success and love Pasnello’s!!! It was an honor to photograph your day. -Tash