Adventure Cleveland Wedding Photographers at Happy Days Lodge in Cuyahoga Valley National Park for an Intimate Wedding

Dana and Danny committed their lives together on a beautiful Saturday in May. This couple loves the more outdoors and adventurous side of life, so getting married at Happy Days Lodge in Cuyahoga Valley National Park was perfect for their personalities.

Dana and Danny met at Ohio State University. They both attended a campus ministry called Jacob’s Porch. About a year after they met, they started dating, and they have been a unit ever since.

Dana was quietly beautifully happy on the morning of her wedding. She enjoyed her time getting hair and makeup done with her sister, close friend and some of her future family.

After getting ready, this couple opted for an intimate first look in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. They were overjoyed to see each other. Then Dana and Danny, with their friend and officiant, declared their personal vows to each other surrounded by a 360 view of rock ledges. It was a sweet and touching moment.

Following the photography, Dana and Danny had their wedding ceremony on the lawn at Happy Days Lodge, moving straight into their cocktail hour and reception. The hall was absolutely stunning with long rows of candlelit tables covered in twining greenery.

The live jazz band kept the energy flowing during dinner and the DJ had guests dancing for hours.

One of the sweetest moments throughout the day was when Dana kept saying how happy she was to be getting married and how pleased she was with how the day turned out.

Dana and Danny, we wish you the best in your life and marriage together!

Wedding Photographers: Brian + Joelle Hunsaker Photography - Northeast Ohio
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Happy Days Lodge - Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Caterer: Totally Cooked - Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
DJ: Will Myers
Dress: BHLDN
Hair Stylist and Makeup Artist: Beauty by Kiernan - North Royalton, Ohio
Florist: Seville Flower and Gift - Seville, Ohio
Cake: Peace, Love & Little Donuts - Kent, Ohio

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