Mirissia & Jesse met at Susquehanna University in 2012. Like so many good love stories that start in college, they met in a casual setting of mutual friends hanging out and watching a movie as a group.
Ashley and Caleb have a great engagement story. It began when Caleb scoped out a beautiful spot at Valley Forge National Park to propose to Ashley.
This couple can be silly and entertaining but the quality I would say they are most of is—fun. Their wedding was no different! They are a great couple full of laughs, with a lovable quirky nature that is impossible not to grow fond of. Just look at their portraits—their fun-loving nature shines through.
Diane and Joe met one night in Philadelphia and there was an instant connection. They became fast, good friends from that moment on.
“You are now entering the unconditional love zone…where love is limitles … faceless … colorless … and genderless. Love is kind and has no boundaries. Welcome!!!”
Pamela and Michel know a lot about weddings, after all, they first met at a wedding!
There are happy couples and then there are Cate and Mike. They are one of the happiest couples I have met. It was such a pleasure be a part of their wedding day and capture the kaleidoscope of emotions throughout the day—all beautiful and happy.
This fun couple have many common likes such as reading, biking, geocaching, antiquing and a love wine tasting. —So it makes sense that they combined one more thing together: their lives. Alaina and John’s General Warren Inne wedding was a beautiful day where family and friends celebrated this new chapter in their adventure together. I wish them a life full of fun and lots of laughter. Their wedding encompassed all of that and more!
Not all weddings are created equal. Some are big, in beautiful venues, and have tons of details. Others are simple, intimate and held in a best friend’s back yard. This was the case for Lily & Michael’s Cherry Hill wedding. The met online in 2009 and in 2012 Lily moved from Florida to NJ so they could be together.
Family, friends and unexpected details are what we remember from Katie and Vaughn’s Chester Valley Golf Club wedding. Though the weather was questionable all day, chilly and a bit damp, the friendship and love warmed the souls of all around! Upon walking into the Barry residence we could feel it immediately as Mr. and Mrs. Barry were quite the hosts! Katie and her girls were all relaxed and enjoying the company of each other. Especially touching was capturing Katie opening her gift from Vaughn (with a little help from Katie’s sister). She was taken aback by the amount of detail and thought that went into the hand-drawn and framed picture of her wedding gown and his tuxedo, complete with the hanger bearing her to-be-title “Mrs. Burns”. One could feel the collective “Awwww..” fill the room! This moment was a clear indication of what was to come, as the warmth, friendship, and love kept the chilled autumn air and moments of light rain at bay for the whole day. We wish them so much luck in the great adventure that lay in front of them.