RITZ-CARLTON PHILADELPHIA WEDDING – MARIA & BOBBY

The best way to describe Maria & Bobby’s wedding is elegantly classic. Cream and gold tones were used for their details and floral displays. Seeing the decor accented by the pale blue bridesmaid dresses you couldn’t help but think how beautiful¬†these images will look 40 years from now. Even the venue, The Ritz-Carlton of Philadelphia, blends the historic Philadelphia with modern luxury immediately with the feeling of love and romance as you descend the marble, candle covered, staircase into the ballroom.

The sweetness of Maria and the humor of Bobby made this day one I will always remember. After we finished portraits, Bobby and I were chatting about all of the vendors needed to create such a stunning wedding; Bobby said, “I get spending the money on a planner, food, music, and photographer, but the decor?” I responded, “When you walk into the ballroom and see the space that was created only for you, see if you feel the same way.”¬† When that moment happened and those doors opened for their reveal: Bobby smiled so big, kissed his bride and walked up to me and said, “Yeah, I get it!” The night was off to a beautiful start, the Greek dancing began and never really stopped.

See more beautiful images in the slideshow, and amazing vendors, at the end of this post.



To view the client slideshow for this Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia Wedding (click here).

Contributing Event Vendors:
Reception Venue – The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia
Reception Caterer – The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia
Ceremony Venue – Saint George’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral
Event Lighting – Petals Lane
Band – Power Station Entertainment
Wedding Planner- Lauren James Events (LJ Events)
Event Designer – Petals Lane
Photographer – Sarah DiCicco
Cinematography – CinemaCake Filmmakers
Makeup Artist – Julie Kate & Co.
Hair Stylists – Jason Matthews Salon
Invitations – Chick Invitations
Floral Designer – Petals Lane
Wedding Cake – Van Earl’s Cake
Bride Prep Location – The Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia

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