Best Wedding Venues in Bucks County, Rain or ShineRead More
I think it is safe to say that my very favorite wedding venue in and around Philadelphia is Material Culture. Why you ask? Where do I begin? The colors, incredibly unique space, the staff, the food. The layout is perfect for moving around, catching up with friends in a relaxed and fun environment. I really can’t say enough about Material Culture. I was excited when I got a call from Dylan about his wedding to Morgan in September. This was the second time I have worked at this venue so we changed things up a bit from Ed and Maria’s wedding in 2016. Check out the photos of their big day and you will know why I feel the way that I do. Also, awesome couples get married at Material Culture! Thank you to Dylan and Morgan. You picked a place that fit perfectly laid-back vibe! All the best to you XOX
Eric and Leanne went out to breakfast and then met me on the corner of 200 Stamper St. for a short engagement shoot. Eric wanted to surprise Leanne for her birthday and surprised she was! We kept things very light and casual while we walked the snow-covered streets of Society Hill in Philadelphia, Pa. We talked about their lives, how they met, how they were engaged, their wedding plans and Christmas. Before we got in our cars we quickly chatted about our favorite Netflix shows. Strolling with your photographer is a great way to get to know one another before the big day. I thoroughly enjoy it. Thank you Eric and Leanne!
Leah and Josh, Wedding at the Aldie Mansion, Doylestown, PaRead More
When it comes to beauty both inside and out, it doesn't get more real than Jack and Christine. They are genuine, kind, welcoming and warm. On September 26, 2015, Jack and Christine tied the knot. We were there to capture each detail, the poignant moments, the tears and the laughter. The ceremony took placed in a tiny church in Buckingham, Pa and was followed by the reception at the Michener Museum in Doylestown, Pa. It was such a joyous day for this perfect pair. We are so thankful that we were there to share in each joyous moment. We wish the best in life and love!
For most of our clients the wedding photography process isn't complete until they receive their wedding album. The album is a chance to create your very own wedding day storybook. In a digital world, it is easy to view your images a few times and file them away. Some might post a few shots on Facebook or Instagram and that is as far as it goes and that is okay. Albums aren't for everyone. For others, they are a family heirloom. You can pick it up and hold it in your hands! We recently met with a client and gave her the finished product. She teared up while paging through photos of their special day. I am sure that will happen many more times for this couple and their family.
I have included some images from this beautiful wedding and images of the 8x8 album. Enjoy!
Venue- Brandywine Manor House
Wedding Planner- Parties by Ryan