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.
The couple’s wedding logo was a soft pretzel, and welcome bags were filled with Tastykakes, Herr’s chips and postcards of the City of Brotherly Love.
There were flowers in the bride’s hair, lining the aisle, hanging overhead, accenting the cocktails and more.
The couples’ dog even donned a green velvet tux to match the groom.
The welcome bags included “just in queso” emergency kits.
They also sent guests home with doggy bags of treats—for their own dogs.
The Italian celebration included pasta stations, wedding cookies, and a surprise delivery of 30 Domino’s pizzas.
The brides decorated with Volkswagen Beetles and donated to homeless pets on behalf of their guests.
And totally stole the show.
They also arrived at the reception carrying a football and blasting Meek Mill. As you do.
Right down to the bride’s shoes.
Why don’t more weddings start this way?