What’s Inside the Latest Issue of Philadelphia Wedding

Here’s a sneak peek.

Philadelphia Wedding Magazine

Philadelphia Wedding magazine cover photo by Trevor Dixon; styling by Lauren Kozakiewicz; hair & makeup by Mia Lyn, Mia Farah Beautique; modeling by Geli Forlefac for Wilhelmina; bouquet by Papertini Event Design; gown by Scout and headband by Untamed Petals, both at Lovely Bride; earrings & ring by L. Priori Jewelry; shot on location at Location 215 (Callowhill)

The Winter/Spring 2021 issue of Philadelphia Wedding magazine is now on stands, and it’s chock-full of tips, tricks and inspiration for Philly’s newly engaged folks, whether you’re planning for a micro-wedding in coming months or for a future blowout bash!

Dubbed The Mindful Issue, this latest edition focuses on the thoughtful choices couples can make for their celebrations. Perhaps you’re looking for ways to go fully zero-waste, or to implement small steps to make a big impact. Want to give back to charity with your wedding favors but not sure how to make it happen? Or maybe you just want to be sustainable and stylish in the most creative ways. Whatever it is, we have the need-to-know details and vendors to put you on the right track. No, not everything in here is eco-friendly or philanthropic; as any florist or designer will tell you, it’s important to work with your vendor team and be flexible, to figure out what’s reasonable and practical based on your needs. Ultimately, these pages are meant to get you thinking about what’s most important to you, as a couple. Because that’s what matters, right?

You can order your Winter/Spring 2021 issue by clicking here or pick it up at newsstands across the area. Enjoy the sneak peek below — and happy planning!

Waste Not, Want Not
Here, we offer six different eco-friendly approaches to planning your Big Day, with tips on stationery, cuisine, design, engagement rings, florals, and hair and makeup from some of Philly’s finest vendors.

Sweet Charity
Randi Martin, chief event planner of Trilogy Event Design, shares how to use your wedding favors for acts of goodwill.

Under the Palms
A 1912 church in the Poconos has been revamped into a dramatic venue for your wedding escape.

Real Weddings
Chinese lions and a Parisian theme gave a New Year’s Eve wedding plenty of style. | The pandemic prevented their destination wedding, so one couple got hitched at home. | Repurposed decor brought an eclectic, vintage feel to one backyard wedding. | A Leap Day reception at Giuseppe & Sons set the scene for fun with friends and family. | Flowers and tents made a backyard wedding magical. | One stylish couple put a modern spin on a black-and-white wedding. | The mix of music and dancing at one PAFA wedding got guests in the party mood.

Intentionally Yours
Making purposeful choices in attire, decor and cuisine can help curb waste and deepen sentimental moments on your wedding day.

The Big List
Photographers, florists, venues, planners, makeup pros, DJs and more!

So Much More!
Click here to order your copy of the Winter/Spring 2021 issue.

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