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Rachel and Josh had an intimate, fall wedding at Bartram’s Gardens in West Philadelphia, PA. Their day was full of joy, and a double rainbow.

Rachel & Josh | A Philadelphia Wedding at Bartram’s Gardens


Bride and Groom kiss in rain under a rainbow

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Rebecca and Keith eloped at Vaux studio in Philadelphia. The elopement started wildly and off-kilter but ended beautifully and full of love.

Rebecca & Keith | A Philadelphia elopement at Vaux Studio


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Rachel and Jame had a quintessentially New York City wedding at Chelsea Piers. It made perfect sense for this couple who started their love story there.

Rachel & James | New York City Wedding at Chelsea Piers


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If you would have asked me my favorite colors when I was seven, without hesitation, I would have said they were pink and lilac. I loved all things pink and lilac. Pink and lilac clothing, arts and crafts, toys, you name it. As I got older, I started to notice that others did not have the same affinity for pink and lilac that I did. If anything, there was a bit of disdain that came from adults, and outright disgust from the boys in my class. I became aware of a paradox that existed, one where girly things were considered uncool, and pink and purple were on the top of that list.

The Vibrant Lilac and Pink Wedding Palette of my Childhood Dreams


Working with Hannah for our Philly engagement shoot was amazing! She suggested great locations, and event sent a style guide so we would look the best and compliment each other's outfits on camera. She is super professional and fun - making us laugh and enjoy the afternoon while capturing every moment. We're using the photos for Save the Dates, and will cherish them for years! Couldn't recommend her more!

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