Today, we chuckled through this slideshow on HuffPo rounding up the 10 most cliche wedding photos (some of which—gorg dress lifted up to show gorg shoes, when taken by a fab photog!—we actually admittedly enjoy, some of which—the bride and groom making a heart with their fingers, barf—not so much), and it got us thinking: What’s the most cliche wedding photo taken in the lovely city of Philadelphia?
A very formal and scientific poll taken of, well, myself, and seven of my dear female co-workers revealed these results (and no, we’re not that bad at math, some people weighed in with two votes, and that worked for our science):
Two votes for the Art Museum steps: “I run up and down them on Saturdays sometimes and I am constantly dodging tipsy bridesmaids.”
Four votes for LOVE Park: “But LOVE Park is gross. I’d never drag a wedding dress there.”
Five votes for balancing on the median in the middle of Broad Street, with City Hall in the background: “Though that is a very pretty shot.”
Broad Street/City Hall FTW!
(Personally, I also think Broad Street. Everyone does it, yes—but it’s just gotta be done. It’s a rule. And it is a pretty shot.)
What do you think? Did we miss an important one?