Jackie + Adam, November 2, 2019

The Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, PA.

Bride and groom embrace near Philadelphia’s City Hall outside the reception.

There are several reasons to highlight this particular wedding, not just because it is one of our favorites, but because both the bride and groom are physicians in Philadelphia and all around wonderful people.

The bride displays the lace detail of her gown on the wedding day.
The bride gets ready in her bridal suite with her mother by her side.
Bridesmaids, in their emerald green gowns, see the bride for the first time.
Excitement abound for the bride’s first look!
The groom is helped with his attire during his getting ready part of the day.
The groom relaxing and chatting with his groomsmen on the wedding day.
The bride, right before she sees her soon to be husband, at their first look.
First look, first kiss!
Nervous, giddy laughter between the bride and groom during the first look.

Jackie and Adam were effortlessly natural and the affection for each other was so evident throughout the wedding day.

The sun catches the bride’s veil beautifully during her portrait session.
Double exposure of bride and groom during their portrait session.

Experimenting with double exposures is an aspect that will undoubtably be incorporated into future events for sure!

The bride poses for portraits at Philadelphia’s City Hall.
A sweet moment between mother and bride right before the ketubah signing.

These quiet moments resonate the most and often, capturing these subtleties makes the biggest statement.

All smiles during the ketubah signing!
Washes of pink uplighting provide a warm welcome during the reception at the Kimmel Center.

The reception at the Kimmel Center was warm and inviting while also epitomizing elegance. Candlelit tables were adorned with bouquets of white, champagne and peach flowers.

Nighttime view from the Kimmel Center looking on at Philadelphia’s City Hall.
Bride and groom share a private moment at Philadelphia’s City Hall.

We genuinely hope everyone is staying safe and healthy – especially essential workers! To say that these are surreal times is an understatement and we cannot wait for life to normalize. In the meantime, we are focused on being safe and continuing to work with clients from our home base.