Our studio is all about family and there’s nothing better than having a sibling of a previous bride come back to us because they loved our work so much the first time around. That’s what happened with Bridget & Brian.
Bridget’s brother got married last year and we had a blast, their photos were amazing and Bridget knew there was no one else she wanted to capture her wedding. We spent some time with eachother planning for her big day and I knew from the gate this wedding was going to be phenomenal.
After the ceremony at St. John the Evangelist we headed out to walk around the city and capture the fun and love between this whole group but especially B & B.Broad Street and Elfreth’s Alley were the two most important locations and though sun light wasn’t on our side (thank you day light savings), we brought some off camera lighting that really added a different and unique element to those otherwise popular locations.
Ballroom at the Ben is a gorgeous venue, with an iconic feel to the whole place, we had to capture their balcony with our fish eye lens before the night ended…and we couldn’t be happier with the result.
Finley Catering does an INCREDIBLE job with service and decor…we have nothing but an incredible experience every time we are down there and Bridget and Brian received celebrity treatment along with all of their guests.
We LOVE a good band and we’ve talked about this group before, The HeartBeats are the best in the biz! If you’re looking for a group to keep everyone’s feet on the dancefloor for hours on end, look no further. They play such a great combination of old and new, not to mention they’re all insanely talented.Bridget and Brian, we’re thrilled to have been a part of your wedding day but are sad to have seen it come and go so quickly. Here’s to a lifetime of happiness for you both!