Got a request from Philadelphia Wedding Magazine to share my five favorite things, and this is how it went down….
I helped out on a series of videos for CinemaCake a few months back – this clip is all about how I waterproof my brides (and everyone else), so not to worry, you won’t need tissues to watch ….
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.
Karla is a natural beauty, so we kept it that way, with simple hair and make-up.
Crossing fingers and toes that this new show will continue to be filmed in Philadelphia!
These glorious photos were recently featured on 100layercake.com. Delectable BHLDN gowns (Tamsin was my favorite) taken at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts by Alison Conklin. Brilliant styling by Beka Rendell of Styled Creative (and The Styled Bride) – who else would something so cool with a bunch of stools that happened to be lying around?