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Monica & Martin – Married | Bucks County Wedding Photography

Monica and Martin were married last month in Old City, Philadelphia.  It was a photographer’s dream wedding.  The ceremony at Old St Mary’s Church (BEAUTIFUL) and the reception at the gorgeous venue of Nation Museum of American Jewish History.  We were also able to stop along the way and take photos throughout Independence National Historical Park.  The Second Bank of the US, Magnolia Garden and Rose Garden were perfect locations.  But, more than the amazing locations, the bride and groom, their friends and family made it such a fun, memorable wedding.  I am always honored to be a part of a couple’s important day and this was no exception.  Congratulations Monica and Martin!!

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Samantha & Justin – Married | Bucks County Wedding Photography

Samantha (Sam) and Justin were married earlier this month.  It was a small, intimate ceremony  and  I was so honored I could be a part of it.   Sam looked beautiful and it might have not been the dress she initially planned to wear, it was perfect.  I can’t wait to capture the other important occasions coming up in their life.   Congratulations!!

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Sisters

A past session that I hadn’t blogged (insert embarressed face).  But after being teased with warm weather and now missing it again, I thought this portrait session was perfect since I am dreaming of a warm spring.   Of course, its not a surprise here that I have a soft spot for sisters.  Little sister was such a ham (sounds like mine)!  They were adorable!

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Erin & Shaun – Married | Bucks County Wedding Photographer

I had the honor of photographing Erin and Shaun’s wedding in December.  It was such a beautiful day at the Manor House in Horsham.  Although is was an extremely windy and cold day, the girls braved the cold for some outdoor portraits and I was happy the sun cooperated and came out from behind the clouds for a little while.  Erin and Shaun decided to keep with tradition and did not see each other before the ceremony.  However, we were a little creative and I was still able to get some portraits of them “together”.  They stood on separate sides of a wall/room divider for a few portraits.  I couldn’t image the self-restraint that takes to know you are that close, you can talk each other and not sneak a little peek at your future spouse!  Congratulations to you both and I wish you a lifetime of love and happiness!

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Jennifer - March 21, 2013 - 10:27 pm

These photos are stunning – you have so much amazing talent!

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