Meet Jeannie and Dave! This awesome couple had their wedding at The Gables at Chadds Ford this past October and it was beautiful! The couple chose maroon and gray colors. They included DIY touches like the bouquets and boutonnieres created by the bride. The invitations were made by one of her bridesmaids. They also reused jars, vases, and small tea sets for table decor. Cathie and Jen from BG Productions Photography captured their day with such vivid detail. We can’t wait for you to see it! Take a look…
Pennsylvania wedding Archive
This Pennsylvania handmade wedding is filled with tons of gorgeous details! Christine and Mike’s wedding just this past October had a rustic handmade theme. Their wedding at The Barn on Bridge in Collegeville included custom handmade accessories, handmade invitations, and more… You’ll enjoy the DIY elements, photobooth, and the fun-loving feeling of their wedding. Christine and Mike’s fantastic wedding was captured through the lens of Cathie from BG Productions Photography & Videography. See what makes this wedding absolutely unique…
Pennsylvania Handmade Wedding
Venue – The Barn on Bridge
Catering – Robert Ryan Catering
Invitation Suite – Citrus Press Co
Bouquets/boutonnieres – Bohemian Bouquets
Dress – custom made – Ting Bridal
Escort Cards – Rachel Carl
Escort Card Holders – Rustic Acres
Centerpieces/Table Flowers – DIY
Bride/Bridesmaids Hair – Sherri Downie (long time friend…she is the mom of one of my middle school friends!)
Cakes – The Masters Baker
Cookies/Desserts – DIY – family and friends made their favorites to share (besides the s’mores…they were the catering company)
Bow Ties – The Tie Shop
Photobooth – DIY – Michael built the stand from a door we bought for the house, the flowers on the door were made by my cousin/bridesmaid for my shower
DJ – DJ TKO Entertainment
Photography – BG Productions
If you enjoyed this Pennsylvania wedding and you’re looking for your wedding photographer, contact BG Productions Photography & Videography for all of your wedding photography needs. You can also see Cathie’s Pennsylvania wedding photographer business listing in the Emmaline Bride local wedding vendor guide.
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This outdoor Pennsylvania wedding was rustic and lovely. The couple, Mary Beth and Tyler, picked The Hayloft as their wedding venue. The Hayloft is situated among rolling hills in the Laurel Highlands, which offers a picturesque country feel. That feeling was perfect for all of Mary Beth and Tyler’s fantastic wedding details. Some of their details include a sweet pair of cowboy boots, wooden card box, bunting, log signs, jam wedding favors, and more! Find out more about their wedding and see it’s beauty in full detail as photographed by Kelli from Third Line Studios…
Details and Vendors:
Date – June 23, 2013
Location – The Hayloft, Rockwood, PA
Caterer – The Chuck Wagon
Florist – Betty Lou Svanovec, owner of The Hayloft
Wedding Pies (instead of cake) – All baked by the bride’s family
Not satisfied with all that you see here? Check out MORE on Mary Beth and Tyler’s wedding at Third Line Studios!
Find more beautifully photographed weddings by visiting Third Line Studios. You can also see Kelli’s West Virginia wedding photographer business listing in the Emmaline Bride local wedding vendor guide.
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Andrew and Cait’s Gettysburg wedding was such a special event. Gettysburg, a town known for it’s Civil War history, is such an amazing location to have a wedding. Their ceremony was held at an amphitheater in the historic park overlooking a beautiful rolling landscape. Friends and family watched as Andrew and Cait read their vows and proclaimed their love for one another. Andrew and Cait walked the battlefield’s grounds while Neil from Neil Colton Photographer captured them just as the sun set. The reception followed at the Historic Gettysburg Hotel where guests danced to jazz and best friends gave heartfelt speeches. Andrew and Cait finished out the night reveling in the ending of a brilliant day.
If you’re interested in finding out more about this wedding photographer, check out Neil’s site Neil Colton Photographer. Neil is a DC area wedding photographer.
Neil Colton has also written a great article on choosing the right wedding photographer. Style, experience, compatibility, and photography budget all covered for the discerning bride-to-be.
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What’s not to love about Joanne and Joe’s Pittsburgh wedding? Their Pittsburgh wedding is culturally unique because it combines both a traditional Catholic ceremony followed by a traditional Korean ceremony. Now, let’s get to the elegantly fun part of Joanne and Joe’s wedding day. Elegantly dressed bridesmaids and groomsman looked all too good, with the ladies wearing fashionable green strappy dresses; the men looked handsome in black ties. Joanne’s beautiful white wedding dress is absolutely stunning along with her bright blue jeweled heels…
Standing out among architectural columns Joanne and Joe posed elegantly, along with fun group photos of the wedding party jumping and one daring groomsman doing a somersault. The Korean ceremony incorporated fun bright colors and ended with Joe giving Joanne a piggy back ride around the venue. After vows had been said, speeches had been given, and dinner was completed, wedding guests celebrated breaking loose on the dance floor with Joe and Joanne ending the night with newly weds embrace. Capturing good people with good photos Rodger and Rachel from Rodger Obley Photography creatively captured Joanna and Joe’s Pittsburgh wedding. Checkout this awesomely fun wedding for yourself!
If you enjoyed this elegantly fun wedding and are interested in seeing more wedding photos from this Pittsburgh Pennsylvania wedding photography team, check out Rodger and Rachel’s site Rodger Obley Photography.
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Dinosaurs? Yes, dinosaurs! This cool Pennsylvania couple Christina and Chris went all prehistoric on their wedding day. Their dinosaur theme was creative, fun, and tastefully done. Christina and Chris’ wedding photographer was Brett Martelli from MARTELLI PHOTOGRAPHY. Now let’s take a step back in time and see how dinosaurs once ruled the wedding day!
Brett tells us, “Chris proposed on Martin Luther King day in the middle of a snowstorm and within weeks the wedding planning was in full swing. Everything was going great until they won a free ice sculpture and had NO idea what to order. Months passed by and the company kept calling for the order. Chris suggested a dinosaur, Christina had no better ideas, time was running out, and so the wedding theme was born.
The “Dinosaurs” wedding theme included, dinosaur cuff links, dinosaur gummy favors, dinosaur pins, and dinosaur line dances. Everyone wanted to know about the dinosaurs and the best story was simply “there IS no story!”
Shooting their wedding was such a great time for everyone. They were both excellent to work with and let us create amazing images. Both were unique which is one of the things we loved about shooting this wedding the most. Christina & Chris’ style showed up in every picture, beautiful and original, just like them.”
If you loved this wedding check out Brett’s site here for more photography! Brett is a Pennsylvania area wedding photographer.
All images courtesy of MARTELLI PHOTOGRAPHY. All Rights Reserved.
We’re excited to show off these great wedding photos from Kristina of Kristina Hill Photography. Kristina’s sister is the lovely bride and the handmade details are amazing! Check them out for yourself after a few words from Kristina.
Kristina tells us, “April and Michael were married at the Stroudsmore Country Inn in Stroudsburg, PA and their wedding site was called Woodsgate. It was an outdoor chapel with wooden benches, surrounded by tall fall trees. My sister is a graphic designer and she designed pretty much all of the details of her wedding – programs, menus, logo, favors, etc.
Lastly, her invites were screen-printed vintage handkerchiefs and her response cards were mad libs (they were pretty cool!). It was all wrapped up with a tree bark printed paper ‘ribbon’. Thank you notes (which are mixes from their wedding night music, because all night people complimented them on how ‘unique’ and ‘them’ the music played was) printed on cd’s that look like records are in the works!”
Birdseed packets were designed by April and sewn by the groom’s mother with the old saying ‘”cause being single is for the birds”!
Favors/Place Cards were miniature journals (Anthropologie) with bookcovers made and hand stamped by April – each guest’s name was on the spine, table numbers on front & message on back! Family photos were strung throughout venue.
The Junior Bridesmaid/Flower Girl/Ring Bearer in one! Her flowers were sewn into dress so her hands were free to carry the rings.
Photo by Johnny Wolf Photography
Groom’s embroidered Converse and groomsmen embroidered ties (ties from an Etsy vendor, but embroidered by Nicole Licht of Astulabee www.astulabee.com)
Bride’s shoes & bride
Ring plate (Etsy) and Rings (the wedding band was two pieces custom made to enclose the engagement ring)
Guests signed in by stamping thumb prints on a tree (made by April) and signing.
View of table featuring menus made by April, Table numbers made by April and a close up of the menu (a spinning wheel that allowed guests to choose their entrees/deserts/etc).
Cake featuring cake toppers made by Nicole Licht of Astulabee – they were a gift for their engagement!
The bride and groom under a just married sign (made by the groom’s mom and April out of left over handkerchiefs from their invites)
Bride and groom on the groom’s childhood paddle boat!
Cover and back of program – also designed by April (inside and back are outrageous, too!) and sewn by groom’s mom.”
If you love these photos and want to see more images from this Brooklyn wedding photographer, check out Kristina’s site http://www.kristinahill.com .
All images courtesy of Kristina Hill Photography. All Rights Reserved.
Get ready to ride off into the sunset with this beautiful fall Philadelphia engagement session captured by Cathie from BG Productions. Jocelyn and Phil’s engagement session started off in front of The Please Touch Museum, and continued to the Plateau section in Fairmont Park before finishing in a nearby arboretum. Phil’s harley and a little bubbly added to the day’s fun!
We’re looking forward to seeing Jocelyn and Phil’s wedding photos after they tye the knot June 24, 2011 at The Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia.
If you love these images and are interested in seeing more from this Pennsylvania wedding photographer, check out her website here. You can also view her preferred vendor listing in The Bridal Book here at Emmaline Bride!
All images courtesy of BG Productions. All Rights Reserved.
Want to view more images from this Philadelphia wedding photographer? Check out Cathie’s website here.
All images courtesy of BG Productions. All Rights Reserved.
If you’re looking for a house, your realtor should stress to you location, location, location. Location is perhaps the greatest importance when choosing where you’ll live.
What’s the greatest importance in your wedding day? We’d like to stress details, details, details. Your wedding day is the most important day of your life. The details make it memorable. Your dress, your shoes, your flowers, your clutch, are details. Don’t make the mistake of skipping the details, because their importance will be remembered in your wedding pictures. And aside from what you’ll remember on your own, when you look at your wedding pictures, you’ll remember the details.
We thank featured photographer Maria Mack, from Maria Mack Photography based out of Philadelphia, PA for the great images.
To see more of photography by Maria Mack Photography, please visit Maria’s website at http://mariamack-photography.com
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