Priya and Sunit are adorable. I met up with them a few weekends ago before their engagement party. They are newly engaged and will be getting married next June. I’m very excited for their wedding, I love Indian weddings. I shot Sunit’s cousins wedding last year, I am looking forward to seeing a lot of familiar faces.
Love the colors
They are very smitten with each other and I think it shows.
The gardens where we shot were gorgeous.
Loved the heart shaped bush.
It was a pleasure you guys! I am already looking forward to next year.
Teresa and Chris had a fantastic day! We had so much fun with them and everyone involved. This whole process has been so much fun with Teresa and Chris, they are truly a unique couple. They have been together nine years, this occasion was as expected a very happy and exciting affair.
First before pictures, I have to mention the other professionals that made this day so awesome.
Teresa had the right idea with her Claire Pettibone dress. It was cotton with a mesh overlay and light as a feather. It suited her perfectly.
LOVED her veil.
Eventricity did a stunning job with the flowers, so unique and exotic.
Mom helping to get into the dress. Love these below.
Chris had some drinks with his groomsmen at the Las Vegas lounge before heading to the Omni to meet Teresa, in route to the hotel he walked along with a marching band.
We did a first meet with Teresa and Chris, always love these moments.
Ben Franklin was there to congratulate the couple too!
Safe to say Teresa rocked the bride look that day.
One of my favorites.
Ok, so its safe to say that all these images from their wedding are my favorites, I may start to sound repetitive soon.
Chris was exceptionally handsome in his tux.
They really are a great pair.
a little sass
On the look out for her husband to be, where art thou?
These go perfectly together.
nuff said, LOVE it.
Classic and Timeless, Simple and Beautiful.
Teresa gave all her girls these fabulous heart shape sunglasses and awesome purses. We had a lot of fun with them.
Hehe, this just cracks me up! Andrea snapped this as I was doing my motion sequence pics. It just makes me smile.
Chris cracking up at Teresa who can turn on the attitude for the camera.
These mail men were just taking a little break, the perfect photo op! Maybe a postage stamp even.
Wonderful moments before heading down the isle.
I love how everyone was very into the ceremony.
Teresa, trying not to cry.
Married, hey everyone!
They took some time to chill during the cocktail hour, I snuck up to their room to congratulate them and for this quick shot.
This little guy is Teresa’s nephew, oh man what a ham! He entertained people all night long.
The little flower girl in her yellow fluff of awesomeness.
Fun times at the reception. Synergetic Sounds did it once again, they always keep the party going.
Check out the slideshow below for many more images and a further look into their wedding day.
We had an amazing time with you all, thank you so much for allowing us to capture your day!
We started the day at the Bellevue in center city where Chris and Mary got ready. I thought it would be a cool background to do their first meet in the middle of Broad Street. Ole got some cool shots of Chris right before we met up.
The first meet from each perspective. LOVE this.
They are just too adorable.
Make sure to watch the slideshow at the bottom of this post for some fun bridal party stop motion.
On to Glen Foerd for pictures. I love this of Mary, I feel like it could be an ad for Lazaro.
Mary is just gorgeous, it was difficult to take a bad photo of her which made the edit of this wedding even more difficult!
simple, classic, timeless
Glen Foerd makes for a great backdrop.
I LOVE this. This would be an amazing image printed on a large canvas!
The flowers were awesome!
Stephanie grabbed this before the girls headed down for the ceremony. I love it.
Chris waiting for his bride to come down the isle.
It was the perfect day!
And they are married!!!
I sense a pattern here………
a little bling.
LOVE LOVE this.
Ole kept this idea tucked away when he first saw the school buses dropping off guests for the wedding and towards the end of the night when the bus was waiting for the first load of guest to take back to the hotel he told me about it and we ran out and grabbed some fun shots with the bus! Way to go Ole.
Thank you soooo much! We all had a wonderful time with you and everyone.
Warning to get some tissues, if I tear up on this slideshow I know you all will…
Such a fun time at this wedding! It was Antonia’s big fat Italian wedding! When I arrived at her house that is exactly the feel I got. Food to feed an army, all the family gathered around…..the computer talking to relatives on skype in Italy. It was hard to move in the kitchen. 🙂 They were great fun though and it was so nice to be around such a tight knit family. She has a true Italian family, most of them were speaking Italian the whole day and Antonia would switch back and forth as needed between the two. I almost felt like I was in Italy! I’ll talk about more things along the way through this post, its a big one! First here are the other important people who made this day what it was.
Church: St. Donato
Venue: Phoenixville Foundry
Flowers: Alvin’s Flowers
Videography: Video One
Caterer: Feast Your Eyes
Dress: Monique Lhuillier
Band: Idea 71
Second Photographer: Misty Dawn Pfeil, excellent working with you again! Thank you so much, you’ll see some of your images in here.
Assistant: Stephanie Lugo
Antonia’s grandmother sewing in a button (her something blue) from her grandfather into her dress.
This button was from his uniform in the war. A very special something to remember him by on a special day.
Here are the Italian family on Skype! Caio! They were on all day, just watching as people passed by and getting to experience part of the day. You’ll see them again during the reception.
I loved the church!
It was a full catholic mass and there were plenty of nice little moments like these.
Stephanie was in the balcony and grabbed this, love shots from above.
These girls were too much, adorable.
So much about this says Italy, Philly and just happiness.
We went to one of the parks near the river where they have a restored Lock system for photos, it was pretty cool.
At the Foundry for some photos. This is the new bridge in Phoenixville, its pretty awesome.
haha! Little Antonia, the flowergirl, didn’t want to move out of the shot when we were doing some more photos of Antonia & Mark. She was content on being the subject. Too funny!
The Foundry has plenty of awesome spots for photos.
Such an awesome spot for a wedding, I love the Foundry.
Here is mom holding up my laptop with the slideshow I put together from images we shot during the day for the Italian family who were still on Skype at the reception! At one point Mark had the laptop and camera on the dance floor so they could be part of the dance party.
There is a fun sequence in the slideshow of Antonia’s parents dancing, I love this one though because her dad isn’t much of a smiler and here he is so happy and in the moment, I just love it.
There is sooo much more! Check out the slideshow.