Katie said: Rebecca, I told you when we booked you ” I couldn’t wait until our wedding was over so that we can see our pictures!!” and I stand by that today…Our photos are absolutely breathtaking! As much as I miss our wedding day, the pictures are so incredible and we are so very happy with them.
Rebecca, you far surpassed any ideas or hopes we had for our wedding photos!
Katie & Mike completed their nuptials on January 16, 2010, at St. Stephen Cathedral, and had their afternoon reception at Glen Foerd Mansion.
We also visited Core Creek Park, for a brisk January walk and some photos. Core Creek Park is south of Newtown in Bucks County.
Michelangelo shoes and Arabella gown from Sposabella Bridal in Feasterville / Trevose.
Hair by Andrea and cosmetics by Paul, both from Blue, A Hair Studio in Huntingdon Valley.
Katie and her cousins.
Katie & Mike exchange wedding bands during their Eastern Orthodox ceremony at St. Stephan Cathedral in Philadelphia.
Katie and Mike’s Eastern Orthodox Christian ceremony at St. Stephan’s include the couple holding candles for a large part of the ceremony.
Katie and Mike visit the veranda on the Delaware River at 19th century Glen Foerd Mansion where their reception was held.
Hair by Andrea and cosmetics by Paul, both from Blue Hair Studio in Huntingdon Valley.
Floral arrangements by Flowers by David in Langhorne.
Katie and Mike make their entrance down the grand staircase during cocktail hour. Their January wedding was able to incorporate the luxurious holiday decorations as part of their wedding decor. Artwork and antiques are always on display at Glen Foerd Mansion.
Mike’s groomsmen read their toast from their phones!
Katie and Mike’s first dance was held in Glen Foerd Mansion’s conservatory, which was decorated with holiday foilage.
At the end of the day, Katie and Mike wanted to go outside for another set of photos! Thanks so much, Katie & Mike! Best Wishes!
To view the entire gallery of Katie & Mike’s photos, click HERE.
I Love Winter Weddings!
I love winter weddings because the quality of sunlight is better than any other time of year. The sun is lower in the sky creating a warmer and more flattering light. The sun is at a lower angle and actually closer to the earth than in summer, but since the days are shorter it is not warmer.
Thanks to astrophotographer and book author, Jerrry Lodriguss, a former Inquirer sports photographer. See his web-site and visit his blog.