WDAS icon Patty Jackson announced Grammy winner Chrisette Michele, who sang during the couple’s first dance.
Think suitcases, engraved luggage tags for guests to take home, and lush blooms.
She and her groom performed a choreographed first dance to the acoustic version of “Spectrum,” by Zedd.
The couple’s “big fat HinJew wedding” can be summed up by the welcome sign they created themselves: “We waited an extra year for this. Party accordingly.”
The Big Day was inspired by Byzantine art.
The bride incorporated quotes from the couple’s favorite flicks into her vows.
More than 17 types of plants and flowers were used in the ceremony arch.
The couple worked with vendors led by women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQIA community.
Get to know one of their models — a sleek steel-framed mountain bike called the Hedgehog.
Rohe Creative’s all-female team wove history throughout Washington Square West’s new “invisible service” hotel.
The designer chats about designing shoes in prison and treating footwear like a work of art.
Main Line designer Stephanie Kraus brought tropical prints and fun pops of color to the Ocean City residence.
Plus, tips from Abington-based wallpaper whiz Randy Bardol on how to make them pop.
It’s Coachella meets Delaware County.
Yes, they wore custom bowling shoes too.