This wedding was held at Greystone Hall on the very last day of May. The weather was picture perfect. The bride wanted a touch of vintage and incredibly romantic. Her colors of muted and bright pinks with gray were just the ticket. There were many, many details. The escort cards were displayed library style as a nod to their love of reading. The burlap containers had a touch of satin ribbon scrolled with love letters. The napkins had a paper bellyband inscribed with their monogram. The light peach subtle satin linens with the fine burlap napkin were the perfect accouterment for that vintage feel.
From the blog of http://www.mkphoto.com.
Darbi and David’s Four Seasons Wedding ~ mkPhotography, Philadelphia Wedding Photographer
Darbi and David met at George Washington University through greek life and had their first date at POD in Philadelphia! The super romantic proposal happened in St. Thomas overlooking the water. Darbi chose a classic theme for their wedding at the Four Seasons in Philadelphia with cream, golds, and pinks as their colors.
Coordinator/Venue/Caterer: Four Seasons Hotel – Philadelphia
Flowers: UnCommon Events
Music: Brandywine Valley Talent
Hair: Salon Royal, Michael
Makeup: Julie Wolkov
Dress: Monique Lhullier
Film: CinemaCake Filmakers
Venue: Merion Cricket Club
This couple was wonderful to work with and had a great sense of fun for their wedding which is why they chose Love Shack Photo. Kelley Dovell-Maddox and Bill Cook from Please Touch Museum and Brulee Catering are always a true pleasure to work with. The colors of silver and purple worked perfectly in the space. The carousel room was set simply with candlelight and gorgeous callas.
The bride carried an all phalaenopsis bouquet, the maids gorgeous colors and the groomsmen had simple button holes.
Gorgeous Escort Card arrangement with our birdcage at Greystone Hall
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