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You might remember Lois and Eddie from their engagement shoot I photographed late last year. We absolutely loved working with Lois and Eddie. They are so sweet and cute together, nearly every move was made with a smile or a happy tear in their eyes. They are the type of couple that makes you want to fall in love all over again! Lois and Eddie were married in a Korean church just outside the city, and held their reception at PÊCHE at Sherman Mills where they had their second ceremony, a Korean Paebeck. Their superb videographers, Moetic Wedding Films, did a same-day edit, and lots of tears were shed while everyone watched. Amanda and I were joined by our incredible team of shooters, Kate McCann and Jen Woodruff. Thanks Lois and Eddie for having us photograph your wonderful wedding! Now, enjoy their highlight film by Moetic Wedding Films!
Ashley and Brian were married at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, and I must say, this venue is awesome! Before heading there, we walked around different parts of the city with the couple and their bridal party. The day could not have been more beautiful with the leaves turning colors and the soft cloudy sky. These two have great personalities and wonderful friends and family surrounding them and supporting them. We were glad we got to experience and photograph their beautiful wedding!
Cassidi and Rob were married at the Moorestown Community House in New Jersey. Hair and makeup was done by Fringe Salon in Philadelphia and florals were provided by Love n Fresh Flowers. Cassidi and Rob’s theme for their wedding was flea market chic with a hint of rock n’ roll, and I really thought they pulled it off! They had some many great ideas and a lot of friends pulled together to make this wedding a super fun party. Also, who doesnt love a “best dog of honor?”
Thanks Cassidi and Rob for having me photograph your awesome wedding!
Michael and Megan’s wedding reception took place at Terrain at Styers. We spent some time before guests arrived to take some photos of the two of them around the property, which is bursting full of inspiration. One piece we couldn’t get over was the fabulous floral wall by Sullivan Owen Floral & Event Design, who also made all of the terrariums which decorated the dinner tables. Event coordination was by Rebecca Richman of Queen of Hearts Wedding Consultants and vintage chairs and lounges were provided by Maggpie Vintage Rentals.
Michael and Megan had so many personal touches to the event. Their cake, made by Charm City Cakes, was a paint-by-number portraying scenes of Philadelphia, in which their guests decorated themselves. Michael is a super talented painter, so they made paint swatch color wheels for the guests place cards and paint-by-number invitations and RSVP cards.
Erika and Keith’s vintage bohemian styled wedding took place at the Ridley Creek State Park Mansion. Erika looked stunning in her Melissa Sweet Dress. Keith’s vows brought nearly everyone to tears as the couple help their ceremony in the round under a homemade dreamcatcher. Erika and Keith added so many personal touches to their entire wedding day, and every bit of it held meaning for the couple. Oriental rugs were placed outside for the ceremony, incense was burned, and mukluks (Tibetan slipper socks) were provided for tired feet during the reception. The entire day felt very surreal! Many of our favorite vendors also supplied elements of the wedding: florals were by Love n Fresh Flowers, catering by Diverse Catering, and the cake made by Whipped Bakeshop.
Thanks Erika and Keith for having us photograph your beautiful wedding!
Bianca and Matt’s wedding at Colonial Dames was super cute! We loved the couples’ style with Bianca’s color shoes and Matt’s dapper suit! Everyone was in such great spirits the entire day, which turned into a crazy dance party towards the end of the night. Thanks Bianca and Matt for having us there to photograph your wedding! We loved every second of it!