Some days just make you feel honored to be allowed to document the biggest moment of a couple’s love story.  On a beautiful spring day we were fortunate enough to be with 2 couples on their big day, with a double elopement and Philly photo walk.  Two same sex couples, met in a beautiful little park for a lovely ceremony officiated by a friend on a hidden path with dappled sunlight filtering through the trees.  From there we went on a photo walk in Philly, stopping along the way at various locations that included Race Street Pier, a quaint little cobblestone street and some beautiful urban decay that we always adore.  It was everything that we love, and I cannot thank our foursome enough for allowing us the privilege of being a part of it.  Humbled and grateful, and loving our life.


Adam and Eva’s easy summer wedding at Valley Green Inn on the Wissahickon was the epitome of colorful, joyous whimsy, truly unique and absolutely wonderful.  We first met Adam where we find all our best treasures, at Philly Aids Thrift where he works as a manager.  We were fortunate to have one of our favorite engagement sessions at the Italian Market with the couple and knew we were in for a treat photographing their wedding.

Their details were a perfect reflection of the artistic, uniqueness of the pair.  From Eva’s pale grey dress with floral shoes, to Adam’s pink bow tie and Nikes, the bridal party in non-matching dresses (SOMUCHYES!) and everyone’s hand made bouquets and floral crowns.  Paper flowers adorned the archway for an outdoor ceremony on the Wissahickon, oddly perfect with the wrestling figures used as centerpieces on the tables.

This wedding was all about family and friends and laughter.  Eva’s nephew entertained guests pre-ceremony with a spectacular cello rendition of Star Wars pre-ceremony, and the Philly Aid’s Thrift family in attendance were fabulous in every way.  Some weddings you just feel fortunate to be a part of.  Thank you Adam and Eva for allowing us to drop into your life for an unforgettable afternoon.

WARNING!!!  Playing Heart during cake cutting can lead to brilliantly geeky lip syncing.  Trust me on this one.

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