One Philadelphia couple’s tips and tricks on creating a crafty, personal ceremony.
The bride has asthma and works at CHOP as a phlebotomy coordinator.
The bride’s mom and planner came together to surprise the duo.
Just wait till you hear the groom talk about the bride.
“It wasn’t the day we’d planned, but it was truly better than anything we ever expected.”
Ceremony fees are waived when you purchase a wedding reception package at the venue.
“We thought: Now seems like the time to do it.”
The offering extends beyond health care workers to grocery store staff and other essential figures.
But you must apply by May 15th.
Her L. Priori rings were custom designed, of course.
Before the ban on short-term rentals set in, this duo turned to The Peg and Awl House.
The bride-to-be’s fiancé wrapped the gifts, helped decorate and snapped all the photos.
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Her role makes her among the most at-risk health care providers facing COVID-19.
The couple donated to The Attic Youth Center in lieu of favors.