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Going Public

  More and more of our couples are hosting chic, urban weddings… In many of these cases the photos are done in some VERY public places. We’ve had a couple {Lauren + Gene} who entered into the realm of Occupy Philadelphia with photographer Jackie Bayne of Love Shack Photo – the couple was crossing between...

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Maggie + Joe’s Washington, D.C. Wedding

  I’m not even sure where to begin with Maggie and Joe’s wedding. We don't often travel beyond Philadelphia, South Jersey or Delaware for weddings … but, I think Maggie explains it best. I met Mark in 2008 when he was the consultant/coordinator for my sister's wedding in Philly. I remember meeting him at the...

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Laura + Mike, A Greystone Hall Wedding

By: Rebecca Richman, PBC Laura and Mike were married at St. Agnes in West Chester and then danced the night away with their family and friends at Greystone Hall in June and I'm still obsessing over how amazing the whole day was. These images from Alison Conklin Photography captured so many beautiful moments that I...

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Shannon + Michael, A Cairnwood Mansion Wedding

By: Rebecca Richman, PBC Shannon and Michael were married in March at the stunning Cairnwood Mansion. I loved how well Shannon incorporated details as a nod to her Irish Heritage. The design on the invitation, the colors and decor were all reflections of Shannon and her groom. Special thanks to Maria Mack photography for sharing...

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Rachel + Jake’s Winterthur Wedding, Wilmington, DE

  By: Karen Peterkin, PBC Rachel and Jake were married on a beautiful evening at the Winterthur Country Estate in Delaware. Winterthur was once the childhood home of Henry Francis du Pont.  Today, Winterthur is a museum of American decorative arts, displayed in the grand 175-room mansion.  The house is set amidst a 1,000-acre preserve...

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Danielle and Dea- A Franklin Institute Wedding in Philadelphia

By: Rebecca Richman Danielle and Dea were married this past Fall at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.  They were really such a fun couple to work with and so unique.  Danielle grew up in a Catholic family and Dea's family is from Libya and was raised Muslim.  We had so much fun planning this multicultural...

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Family!

      We LOVE our couples! Many of our former couples, their bridal parties and families have remained close friends over the decade we’ve been planning Philadelphia weddings… Facebook has played an awesome part in keeping connected and reconnecting with former couples. Actually most of our current weddings are referrals from previous couples. We...

The Lost Art of Thank You Notes

  I admit it.  we’ve become a society who has forgotten what a pen and paper are for…I’m somestimes guilty of it too… Sending off an email thanking someone for lunch or a referral or professional advice is the casual easy way out… Text messages THX, TNX or TU – just don’t cut it when...

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Today’s Tip: Be Open To New Things!

  Many times we find couples (brides especially) have one very specific vision of themselves and of their wedding. … which is NOT a bad thing.      As wedding planners we are here to tell your story and help to produce details which are a reflection of you and your families…. But sometimes you have to...

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A Harlem Renaissance Inspired Wedding- Philadelphia Wedding Planning

By: Rebecca Richman The Harlem Renaissance served as inspiration as we were helping Maria and Al with planning their Philadelphia wedding at the Ritz Carlton this past fall. We helped them find subtle ways to weave in art deco elements into their wedding decor, utilizing deep red florals and ostrich feathers for texture. The ceremony...