This was such a go-with-the-flow day for our bride and groom and when that happens, it usually means lovely images; you can see for yourself just how lovely it was. When you select the right venue, vendors and planners it’s always a pleasure to see how relaxed and enjoyable the day truly is for our couples. The Westin Philadelphia beautifully hosted Lauren and Dave’s ceremony and reception and LJ Events kept things moving as smoothly as could be. I was very excited and inspired to photograph Lauren while holding bunches of wild flowers from Carl Alan and the overcast and weather created a nice natural softbox lighting for their portraits. Even the sprinkle of rain wouldn’t stop this couple from hitting some of my favorite portrait locations in downtown Philadelphia. Well, it wasn’t all relaxed; Jellyroll, BVTLive, didn’t stop shaking the dance floor and partying the night away. To top it off the rain stopped just enough to head outside with our couple and candles for an elegant street alley session.
To view the client slideshow and more images from this Westin Philadelphia Wedding (click here).
Contributing Event Vendors:
Reception Venue – The Westin Philadelphia
Reception Caterer – The Westin Philadelphia
Ceremony Venue – The Westin Philadelphia
Wedding Planner – Lauren James Events
Event Lighting – Shipley Enterprises
Band – Jellyroll – BVTLive
Photographer – Sarah DiCicco
Video Production – Well Spun Weddings
Bridal Gown – Francesca Miranda
Bride Shoe Designer – Jimmy Choo
Bridesmaid Dress Designer – Monique Lhuillier
Grooms Fashions – Boyds Philadelphia
Invitations – By Invitation Only – Dresher PA
Floral Designer – Carl Alan Floral Designs – Vito
Wedding Cake – The Caketeria
Bride Prep Location – The Westin Philadelphia
Seeing these for the first time, I’m literally squealing with delight at each GORGEOUS photograph of my favorite son and daughter-in-law.
How much joy to re-live each moment of that perfect weekend in April.
Lots of love to Dave and Lauren…and THANK YOU, Sarah DiCicco for capturing
their love in your work.
– Karen (Mother-of-groom)