Back in May, Trina and Scott wed on the perfect Saturday afternoon. We met the couple last year over the summer and we were excited to assist them with their planning process. The wedding day started out at the Downtown Marriott, with Trina and the girls fresh from Ettore with hair and make up completed, sipping on champagne and ready to slip into their dresses. The bridemaids wore beautiful purple Bill Levkoff dresses that matched perfectly with the wedding color palette.
Ashley and the bridesmaid’s assisted Trina, as she stepped into her stunning Maggie Sottero Gown. (After purchasing her gown, Trina handed Scott a bridal magazine and had him choose a gown that he might like, and ironically, he chose that very one – it was meant to be!) Her look was completed with her something borrowed, her mothers diamonds. Absolutely fabulous!
Kevin York, owner of Kevin York Photography and his team documented their entire event and captured many special moments. My favorite, the reveal. The couple met in the lobby at the Marriott by the escalators, it was such a touching moment seeing their reaction to each other for the first time. Kevin and the couple decided to head to the Art Museum for group pictures. They rented a few buses from Philadelphia Trolley Works to take them around the city – a wedding party bus of their own!
After portraits, we headed to Tenth Presbyterian Church for the ceremony. Trina had a surprise for all – a horse and carriage brought her and her father to the church which later the new couple rode in. The ceremony took place in this gorgeous church which was filled with family and friends. It was smooth sailing from here. The bridal party looked amazing walking down the aisle, the moment we all been waiting for. Trina and her dad walking down the aisle, she looked like a princess!
Once ceremony was over, the buses shuttled all guests to the Wanamaker Building, where the reception took place in the breath-taking Crystal Tea Room. If you never have been to this venue, please make your way down there during the holidays. You will LOVE it! The room looked spectacular, Carl Alan designed all the centerpieces consisting of orchids, roses, hydrangea and other seasonal flowers. Something that I loved with their seating was the two large family tables that seated sixteen. This is a great idea especially for those larger families that you don’t want to break up.
Cocktail hour was kicking, Jason, owner of Synergetic Sounds, kept the music at a perfect tempo while guests enjoyed the delicious hor’dorves and sipping on the couples signature drink.
Professionals that took part in this fabulous wedding:
Planner – Angela MALICKI events – Ang, Ashley, Cindy
Photographer – Kevin York Photography
Videographer – Doug Rivers Video
Ceremony – Tenth Presbyterian Church
Reception – Crystal Tea Room
Florist – Carl Alan Designs
Entertainment – Synergetic Sounds
Transportation – Philadelphia Trolley Works
Dress – Maggie Sottero
Bridemaids – Bill Levkoff