I like to say that I “live vicariously through the dogs of others.” I have three rescue cats, and a canine companion just isn’t in the cards, at least not in the near future. So, behold, Volume II of brides, … Continue reading
When it comes to weddings, I adore the classic – dress, venue, styling, and everything that is timeless. Going to Skytop Lodge in the Poconos to help Ashton get ready to wed her Alex was like stepping into forever, as you can see by some of my favorite photos by the illustrious Sarah DiCicco. Hair by Amanda D’Andrea.
Thought these photos of Sarah’s wedding to Shaun last September (by Storytellers & Co.) were lovely and wanted to share. It doesn’t hurt that Sarah is super photogenic…like a movie star… with great genes from her pretty mom, Elizabeth, wore the swankiest pink dress.
Wedding took place on a perfectly perfect day at the Inn at Fernbrook Farms.
I have a special place in my heart for Kristina. Her wedding to Tom this June at the Union League as captured by CinemaCake….
Hair by Amanda D’Andrea (of course)….
I can’t say it enough – a wedding film allows the bride and groom to see precious moments of the day that they might have otherwise missed. Philadelphia is blessed to have one of the best wedding filmmakers in the country, CinemaCake.
Caitlin was just ravishing and a delight to work with. Will post more photos from the remarkable Sarah DiCicco when they’re available…. enjoy!
So much goes into preparing a bride for an East Indian wedding. Henna, jewelry, the sari draping….it (almost) takes a village.
Dhaval’s serene, stately beauty captured in dramatic fashion by Philip Gabriel Photography.
“Spunky glamour on wheels” – that is the way I would describe Emily, who married Jamie in November. Photographer Daniel Moyer had a field day with the colorful backdrop that characterizes the Hotel Monaco in downtown Philadelphia. Here are just a few of those photos that delighted me.
Emily came to me as a daily wearer of false eyelashes, so she was used to a bit of cosmetic magic. Because of her already perfect skin, I was able to do maximum eye and still keep it looking real.
I was particularly moved by Jamie’s expression when he first saw Emily – happy tears of “first look” love. And any bride who checks her make-up in the side mirror of a moped is a goddess to me.
One of the aspects of my wedding adventures that I most appreciate is the special bond between mother and daughter. I feel very close to my brides, and to their moms, who are often around my age. This is a … Continue reading