We pay homage to 14 of the couples who shared their stories.
The bride-to-be joked about a diamond light fixture. Then the groom pulled out the ring.
Instead of favors, the couple donated to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.
“Why wait? 2020 sucks, and I wanted to kick off the holiday season in the best way possible.”
“Tomorrow was not guaranteed, and we simply did not want to wait any longer to get married.”
While the event was open to all duos, it was focused on the LGBTQIA+ community.
The groom wanted an interesting take on a traditional chuppah.
The studio offers custom and ready-to-wear gowns.
Here’s a sneak peek.
Their Big Day took place on Thanksgiving Eve, so they gave mini pumpkin pies as favors.
Then there were all the happy tears.
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A Philly photo shoot and mini-moon followed their celebration.
The couple took their engagement photos at Wissahickon Valley Park in Northwest Philly.
The bride’s favorite detail was her mom’s dress.