Besides an elopement we photographed with just the bride and groom, Rachel and Bill’s was the smallest, most intimate wedding we’ve ever photographed. It was delightful. Close family and a handful of friends, 16 in total. Just enough to fill the upstairs table at Vetri. Yes, Vetri. They did it right. Perhaps the best dinner we’ve ever had, the almond tortellini with truffle sauce was crazy good. One of my favorite things Rachel and Bill did was to get ready together at their own home, everyone was so relaxed and present. Their ceremony was held at the Stoner Courtyard at Penn Museum.
Rachel and Bill actually hired us based on our fine art photography, you can see a small sampling here. We love when people find us based on our personal photography. It usually means they have very little expectation of pictures that “should” be taken, thus allowing us more time and freedom to see and be creative. Rachel and Bill specifically set out looking for a great photographer, not a “wedding” photographer. This is actually how we got started shooting weddings…people saw our work in art galleries and asked us to shoot their wedding because they wanted something authentic and artistic.
So thank you to Rachel and Bill for trusting so fully in our ability to capture all the quirkiness and beauty of your day.