Real Weddings & Events
Erin and Kevin
Erin and Kevin got married on a gorgeous Spring day at the beautiful Lime Spring Farms. They decided on a cocktail reception rather than your “normal” seated reception. The guests were able to mingle throughout the site while munching on some heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinking cocktails.
There were many beautiful accents from the black and fuchsia linens to the peonies in the flower arrangements to the decorated wagon for the twin flower girls and the ring bearer.
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Kristen and Mike’s Wedding
Kristen and Mike got married at First Reformed United Church of Christ. Their reception was held at the gorgeous, and newly opened, Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square. The reception included details such as linens alternating between chocolate brown and ivory, table #s incorporating their “baby” (a gorgeous boxer), a beautiful ice sculpture, and a rockin’ band!
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Jenn and Billy’s SHOTGUN Wedding
Jenn and Billy got married on Billy’s family farm in Maryland. This provided for an awesome backdrop for pictures. There were wheatfields, tractors, horses, and more to take pictures by! The ceremony was overlooking the rolling fields and the reception was under a tent nearby. The couple wanted a rustic feel so we went with flowers as the centerpieces…some in mason jars and some in tin watering cans. They looked great!
The ceremony was beautiful and went off without a hitch (well…almost…after the bridal party walked out and were down the aisle I decided to pull down the shade on the door to hide Jenn. Well, the shade snapped off and scared us both and Jenn let out a loud scream! Thankfully Jenn is a good sport and laughed it off. It definitely got the crowd interested and looking at her!).
The couple went with a band for entertainment. The band was great and kept people on the dance floor all night long, however, they hadn’t done many weddings so they were happy I was there to keep them on track with a very detailed schedule.
The couple decided to surprise all the guests by pulling out their shotguns and shooting at skeet. This is where the term shotgun wedding came from! Everyone loved it. Another surprise that night was compliments of Billy’s sister. She decided to hire someone to do fireworks. There was one point where we worried they weren’t going to go off…but it all worked out in the end and the couple was completely surprised!
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Lindsay and Jonathan’s Wedding
In November 2009 my husband and I decided to team up again to do another fundraiser. This time we did one for Philabundance, a food bank in Philadelphia. This time we offered photo sessions in exchange for a bag of non perishable food to give to the food bank. We ended up collecting 261 pounds of food. Wow! Thanks to everyone that participated.
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