As much as I adore non-traditional weddings, there is something particularly magical about a romantic Military Wedding.  Perhaps it was the fact that they spent so much time apart when Brian was deployed to Afghanistan with the Navy Seals,  or their romantic engagement in Paris.  Or maybe just the way I tend to swoon any time I photograph a Military Wedding.  But whatever magic was in the air, Jessica and Brian’s stunning Philadelphia military wedding was truly the stuff fairy tales are made of.  Philadelphia’s Le Meridian was home base for the day beginning with bustling bridal prep and followed by a traditional ceremony at St Thomas Villa Nova, complete with a sword arch and some of my favorite bridal portraits ever.  Post ceremony, we made quick dip onto Broad Street for some stunning Broad Street bride and groom photos.  With a smile that lights up any room, even a quick few photos at the end of the evening in a hallway outside the reception, is transformed into the kind of moments photographers dream of.  I can’t thank Jessica and Brian enough for allowing me the honor of capturing their day.  All my love and respect.

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I love engagement shoots that are in a location deeply personal to the couple.  Zahava and Alisa’s charming engagement shoot in Easton, Pa was a perfect example.  I think they knew even before they booked us, that opening day of the Easton farmer’s market, America’s oldest continuous running open air market, was an absolute must for pre-wedding photos.  College sweethearts who will be married this year at their much loved Alma Mater, both are deeply rooted to the area, and an afternoon strolling a few of their favorite spots was absolutely delightful.  Their excitement about their upcoming wedding is infectious.  It’s a beautiful thing to see two ladies as in love as these two are.  We’re thrilled to be even a small part of their journey.

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