Last year at this time I had the pleasure coordinating Yom and Paul’s wedding. They were absolutely fabulous to work with. When I met Yom, she was overwhelmed with the planning process and didn’t know were to begin. Yom and Paul originally wanted to get married in Jamaica, but with their large family (Paul comes from a family of 12) it was impossible. So Jamaica came to Philly (well the theme that is). We first started with her color palette, hot red, platinum,white and turquoise. We took care of all the details, from custom invitations with logo design (that was also used for the gobo design on the dance floor), custom favor design (they gave each couple a set of hand etched coasters from Jamaica), floral design and personals( Yom carried 4 dozen Charlotte Roses, the centerpieces had 4 and half dozen red and white roses and the added height of the callas). The room needed something special and that was LIGHTING!I loved the way the room turned out with the pin-spotting and the up-lighting. Yoma dn Paul couldn’t believe that it was the same room. The guests enjoyed the signature drink and danced to the smooth music all night.This event was beautifully captured by the extremely amazing dollface studio!I will never forget this wedding or this couple! More years of happiness guys!
Yom’s gown was breathtaking, it was a Austin Scarlett for Kenneth Pool
and the girls dresses were Jim Hjelm
Her entire bridal party came from all parts of the US from L.A., New York and San Diego, they all came to be with their girl
This is such a cute photo, this little boy in the center is Yom and Paul’s son Jeremiah
We had lined the aisle with over 10,000 rose petals(it’s true) Yom walked down to a Kenny G song played by the harpist. The ceremony was held at the Second Baptist Church of Doylestown. Right in Yom and Paul’s neighborhood.
The room was spectacular, the custom logo was used for the gobo. Brian Toner and his team did a great job
I loved the signature drink, it was a blue Hawaiian martini
and the dancing didn’t stop, the party went until 1 AM that night, it was a blast
I love this shot!
Vendors that made this event possible
Planner: Angela MALICKI events
Photography: dollface studio
Videography: xposed films
Entertainment: Best of Times DJ
Floral: Angela MALICKI events
Lighting: Eventions Productions