The Philly Weddings, Proposals, and Engagement Photos You Clicked on the Most in 2019
Nine favorites for 2019.
What’s this? Another end of year list? You bet it is. As 2019 draws to a close, we’re taking a stroll down memory lane through most popular Philly weddings, proposals, and engagement photos we published within the last twelve months. From timeless ballroom celebrations to DIY garage ceremonies, love doesn’t look any one way here in the country’s sixth largest city, and Philly, we love that you love that.
When it comes to themed weddings, it’s a fine line between a fully fleshed-out concept and, well, just plain overboard. But this Harry Potter wedding at Parque at Ridley Creek in Newtown toes the line beautifully, blending whimsical moments and details from the beloved books into an elegant October affair.
On the five-year anniversary of their first date, Caitlin Wraith and Yousuf Shamim honored their love with a “relationship celebration” at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
The video went viral for a reason.
The bride is a buyer for Urban Outfitters, the groom is the co-founder of an art collective, and the day is *exactly* as stylish as you’d think.
The South Philly Wedding Where The Couple Got Married in Their Garage and Served Vetri Pizza for Dinner
You loved the rock ’n’ roll vibes of this modern South Philly home wedding, where the theme was “Garage rock with fancy AF outfits” and the celebration spilled out of the couple’s garage and onto their West Passyunk street.
Though they technically reside in Maryland, Michael Pivovarnick popped the question to Sydney Pauline in Rittenhouse and the duo got married in Old City, so it was only fitting that they return to Philly for their engagement session. The session is filled with classic locations like Parc, Delancey Street, and the Merchants’ Exchange Building, as well as some wonderful cold-weather outfit inspo.
Alex Pious told Alicia Samuel to get dressed up for *a* proposal happening in Elfreth’s Alley–he just didn’t mention it was going to be hers.
The Engagement Session Where Two Grooms-to-Be Wore Flower Suits and Flower Crowns in Philly’s Greatest Flower Garden
Flowers on top of flowers on top of flowers sounds intense. So you, like us, may be surprised to learn that when done correctly, the results are truly stunning.
The celeb Philly loved to low-key fan out around this summer popped up in engagement photos as well as Lilian Wehbe and Maher Kobeissi’s wedding-day portraits at the Rodin Museum.
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