Category Archives: Weddings

I had a blast capturing the wedding day of Nicole and Devin in York, PA. I love portraying the overall feel and atmosphere of my weddings in my photos, and Nicole and Devin’s was the perfect combination of romantic meets glitz and glam, with vibrant pops of magenta color that made for excellent images. It […]

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Last week I headed back to West Shore Country Club in Camp Hill for an amazing wedding. Bright sunshine and warm spring weather led to the perfect setting for Jena and Bryan’s big day. It is always an honor to capture all the special moments of a wedding day, and this one was filled with […]

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It was such a pleasure photographing Kristina and John’s Ironstone Ranch wedding. It was a very relaxing day since everyone got ready at the same location as the reception and ceremony. I loved the country/rustic look of their reception details. I am very excited to share a few of their wedding images and slideshow… If you would like […]

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2014 was a fantastic year for Thomas Beaman Photography. I photographed 30 weddings throughout PA and NJ. I had the privilege of working at amazing wedding venues like Ironstone Ranch, Moonstone Manor, Peter Allen House, The Farm at Eagles Ridge, The Ashford Estate, Linwood Estate, Harrisburg Hilton Hotel, The Cork Factory, The Hershey Lodge, Hotel […]

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Weddings at The Peter Allen House are always beautiful, and Kierstan and Hunter’s wedding did not disappoint. I first met Kierstan and Hunter on the dance floor of another wedding reception. I was so excited to hear that they wanted me to photograph their wedding as well. These 2 have been so awesome to work […]

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Last month I had the pleasure of being a part of a very unique and special wedding ceremony in Harrisburg, PA. Melissa Miller, owner of Made to Keep and her fiancé Kyle planned a surprise wedding for their friends and families. Their friends and families thought that they were attending a champagne toast to celebrate the engagement of […]

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