When their original venue canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions, Lerin and Brian were left scrambling to look for a reception for their train wedding. Then, the Red Caboose Motel stepped up and offered the couple train cars to get ready in, and a large tent for their reception… Wait until you see how the bride walked down the aisle!
This Pennsylvania couple had their kid-friendly zoo wedding … complete with animal print shoes, and animal masks.
Angela and Vojtech are planning a larger wedding next year overseas with family, but they wanted a Philadelphia elopement just for the two of them beforehand. They had a sweet private ceremony and lots of street photography in the city they love. They chose the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel for the wedding and then we went to Philadelphia’s Broad Street for some romantic photos.
September and Tulia braved the cold and icy landscapes to have their engagement photos captured in a truly magical winter setting. they started their woolie-clad hike at an incredible frozen waterfall in the Poconos in Pennsylvania and ended in a forest for more adorable shots. Engagement photos don’t have to take place in the spring and summer. Winter engagement photos are some of our very favorites AND they got to rock adorable beanies. Bonus. Let’s peek at these two engaged cuties…
Carrie and Jason met at a fashion show 16 years ago and finally reconnected and are spending their lives together. For their beautiful fantasy-inspired and intentional wedding, they combined many of the things they love. For their wedding rings, they took flowers that they’d planted in their garden to a local jewelry designer, and she […]
Sara and David live in New York City, but chose to get married at the Concord Country Club where David’s mom got married a few years earlier. They had loved it and trusted them to handle an amazing wedding. They really wanted a small celebration surrounded by nature. Sara, a genderqueer bride, made that stylish leather jacket, and chose to play with other wedding traditions by wearing gold glitter Doc Martens for that something new, and Van Gogh’s Starry Night socks for the something blue.