By the end of a bride and groom’s wedding, we tend to know them pretty well. I’ve met with them several times, maybe spent an afternoon shooting an engagement session, exchanged countless emails and phone calls….and then there’s the 10 hours we spend with them on the biggest day of their lives. It’s intense and it’s fun. We experience all of their family dynamics, meet their best friends, and often get to hear stories from grandpa at some point during the night. We get to know our couples so well, that by the end of their wedding and after we’ve designed their album, it’s kind of sad not to have a reason to get together again (besides the call that comes a few years later with news of a baby, that is!). So how perfect when our couples just happen to live in our neighborhood (you’d be amazed at how many do!). It’s great. We run into each other walking the dog, eating at the local diner, and shopping at the Sunday farmer’s market. How nice not to have to say goodbye! Congratulations Megan and Tom, we’ll be seeing you ’round Morning Glory!
Megan and Tom’s lovely wedding at St. Patrick’s Church and The Philadelphia Cricket Club…
The driver let Tom take a spin in the Rolls Royce while Megan and the girls took the golf cart!
Take time to truly enjoy being with your family when we’re taking the family portraits on your wedding day. It’s often thought of as something you have to struggle through en route to the party, but that shouldn’t be the case. It’s your wedding! Your family loves you! Have fun with them and enjoy the moment. The rest of the night you’ll be surrounded by all of your guests. Treasure this moment with your family. Also, it makes for the best pictures : )
Leary’s Flowers were responsible for these stunning arrangements of peonies and cherry blossoms.
We have an entire series of this guy doing the swim, it was awesome.
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