Armen Elliott Photo

Stolen Kisses in a Timeless Place

What a magical place to photograph a wedding and to start the New Year!  Tucked away in Easton’s Historic District, The Bank Street Annex is a place that, apparently, time has forgotten.  The building was once The Easton National Bank and was rebuilt in 1929 with an art deco design.  The 40-foot ceiling and balconies on either side of the main floor make this a dramatic space.  The bride’s dress looked like it was from another era and the DJ, Robert Hallinan, played some ‘vintage’ tunes to enhance the effect.
I was delighted to see my friend, Audrey Simons, performing with the other members of the talented ensemble called Mes Amis Strings.
I’m really looking forward to photographing here again this summer.

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