Wrapping up summer with a flourish, Lauren & Jason couldn’t help but keep their eyes on each other.. and who can blame them? After exchanging vows at the Crystal Ballroom, they kept the party going and danced arm-in-arm all night.
It was a good sign when an overcast day broke just as we pulled in to Red Bank. The sun came out, it seemed, just for Andrea & Brandon (and super-photogenic Mason). We took a stroll downtown and the soon-to-be husband and wife were all smiles together.
Philadelphia has beauty in abundance if you know where to look. Meryl & Taj took full advantage of all Philly had to offer, starting their day with views of City Hall, exchanging vows at Race Street Pier, and even a surprise performance by the Universal African Dance & Drum Ensemble. Family and friends gathered at Power Plant Productions for an amazing reception, while the new bride & groom danced the rest of the night away.
It was the perfect summer’s day in Asbury Park. Vanessa & Ian took a stroll on the Asbury boardwalk before arriving at Porta to meet their friends and family. Hand-in-hand, these two lovebirds said “I do” and danced the rest of the night away.
There are telltale signs when a bride and groom are perfect for one another. When they are perfectly happy with a little rain. When they are wearing matching honey bees. When the groom serenades his (very surprised) bride.
Jackie & Kevin exchanged vows on a slightly overcast day, which yielded a lovely light. As we stepped among the flowers at Battleground Country Club, I couldn’t help but think how appropriate their honey bees were and how they were meant to “bee”. (sorry, I had to.)
oh, for a bee’s experience
of clovers and of noon - emily dickinson