Philadelphia wedding photography from Allebach Photography

April 18 2008 | arielmstallings
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If you're in Philly and looking for a wedding photographer, you definitely DEFINITELY need to check out Allebach Photography.
Philadelphia wedding photographer
It's obvious that Mike & Rachel Allebach so totally get offbeat brides — they just posted the most amazing series of tattooed bride photos on their blog dedicated to philadelphia wedding photography.

Seriously, you gotta see these shots…

Philadelphia wedding photographer

Mike and Rachel met while playing in a punk band, and their background definitely helps them understand the quirky needs of offbeat brides.

Philadeliphia wedding photographer

Totally random, but Mike and Rachel's son has the most rockin'-est faux-hawk ever. TOO CUTE!

Philadelphia wedding photography

Allebach Photography is offering an offbeat discount of $300 off any 2009 wedding, and $200 trash the dress sessions! Call 610.539.6920 or email for more information.

philadelphia wedding photography

  1. I have friends who used Allebach Photography for their wedding pics. The shots were amazing. And not only that, but the way they laid them out in a coffee table style book instead of the big, hunkin' old school book (like the one I got for my wedding…dangit, I wish I knew of AP back then!)

  2. I love the photography. These shots give the sense of classic NOT "Trashy". Which if I had tatoos and were a little offbeat, I'd still want classy shots/photography of my special day. And these shots make that happen, with style and class.

  3. The third one down (Tattooes Bride on a Car) could look less bored.

    It's a shame I live in Southern California. These photos are amazing!

  4. Dear god, someone please tell me what the dress is that the bride with the blue hair is wearing.
    I want it for my wedding! 😀

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