Becca and Ed, Part two – Downingtown Country Club – Philadelphia Wedding and Event Planner

On a Fabulous May afternoon, Becca and Ed finally tied the knot! Nuptials took place at St Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Glenmoore. Becca walked down the aisle with her mother and father wearing a stunning gown by Mori Lee and holding a bouquet of tight roses designed by Blue Moon Florist. There after, the reception took place at theDowningtown Country Club. The couple danced to “History in the Making” by Darius Rucker (the guy form Hootie and the Blowfish). Lastly, the Cakes! Becca and Ed LOVE the beach, as a surprise, Becca along with Desserts International, designed this yummy grooms cake that looked like a scene from the beach. Thanks guys for letting us be a part of your day, and a BIG thanks to Lauri Tripaldi, owner of Lalee Photography. The couple enjoyed their honeymoon in Hawaii!

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The bridesmaids wore a lovely shade of ballerina pink. They carried a spring mix of white daisies

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Becca’s make up was done by Crista Romano, she looked FLAWLESS!

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Cakes were designed by Desserts International

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My favorite part of every wedding, the father/daughter dance!

Partners that made this event possible:

Event Coordination: Angela MALICKI events

Gown: Mori Leei

Church: St Andrew’s Episcopal Church – Glenmoore, PA

Venue: The Downingtown Country Club

Photographer: Lalee Photography

Entertainment: Schaffer Sound

Cakes: Desserts Internationall

Florist: Blue Moon Florist

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