Mary and Ed are a fun couple. I knew that when I photographed their engagement session and both sets of their parents came to join in on the fun. I…
Karissa and Ryan’s may have started planning their wedding with the mindset of keeping it small, but a popular couple like this has too much love to go around to be small.
Grace and Nik threw an elegant and glamorous wedding at an art museum, more specifically The Michener Museum in Doylestown, PA. They couldn’t have fit a more perfect venue considering Nik is an artist and Grace is perhaps one of the best DIYers out there. In fact, Grace and her mother made most of the decorations for the wedding including the floral arrangements, table centerpieces and even the arch. Nik is a professional designer, and it really shows in the beauty of the graphic works used at the wedding.
I have a feeling most of Katie and Lee’s family and friends have been long anticipating their wedding day after dating for the better part of a decade. And what better place for them to celebrate their relationship than the place it all began? That’s right, they had their wedding at Penn State and best of all, it was during Arts Fest weekend!
These two first met at the infamous Harry Potter festival, so it’s only fitting that their wedding feature a little extra magic. And by little, there was actually quite the variety of magic happening this day. Of course the wands, cuff links, sorting hat, seating chart and cake had the obvious magic, but then there were the bubbles (bubbles are ALWAYS a good idea), the kids and the help from a guardian angel named Julia to keep the weather wedding perfect for these two.
Check out this classic Philadelphia wedding at The Franklin Institute between Ysabel and Jeff. One is a Giant’s fan while the other is an Eagle’s fan and they still tied the knot! These two luckily met each other just one month before they both graduated from Villanova University at a bar called Kelly’s. It’s a good thing they did, or this wedding would not have happened.
Congratulations to Jess and Matt, who tied the knot in front of their friends and family on a beautiful day. We had an event filled morning while they were getting ready with their respective squads, and a little bit of an emotional one too. They had a smooth ceremony at St. John Bosco after their blind first look. First looks are growing in popularity, but this was my first experience with a blind first look, where the couple didn’t actually see each other. They simply wanted to be in each other’s presence to calm their nerves before heading into the church. They also wrote each other sweet love notes to read during this moment, which made it all the more special.
I have a real treat for you here. Judy and Shawn had a busy few weeks week, with graduations and their wedding. The 18th Century Garden in Philadelphia, PA was the perfect backdrop for their I do’s. We took our time walking to their brunch location, Royal Boucherie, stopping to quite a few photos along the way. Tthey look pretty good together right?