This gold white and navy glam wedding is one you wont soon forget. With a reception at Front & Palmer set aglow with candles, twinkle lights and glittering gold decor and a homemade dessert table doubling as an homage to the brides grandmother, you won't be able to get enough of this beautiful day!
Oh and you won't have to settle for just these images, Emily Wren Photography gave us even more and we can't wait to share them with you in the full gallery!
A Beautiful Wedding Party
From Emily Wren Photography: Ashley looked amazing in her Alvina Valenta dress, and the bridesmaids wore mix-matched Adrianna Papell dresses - all with a dash of sparkle! The groom also popped with his blue tux - a perfect accent color to the wedding palette.
For portraits I took the couple to Independence Mall where the classic and timeless Philadelphia backdrop was overloaded with cherry blossoms in full bloom!
Give Yourselves A Moment Alone
From the Bride: When we arrived at our venue, we were getting pulled in every direction, you're like a celebrity on a red carpet. We spent a few minutes by ourselves before we headed out to cocktail hour, I would absolutely recommend this to everyone! It was the first time we were by ourselves married, it was nice to just have quiet and be together, and all we did was laugh and literally shove our faces with appetizers, but it's one of my most favorite memories.
Sentiment & Sparkle
From Emily Wren Photography: Ashley considered and planned every detail, filling the space with unique eye-catching flairs and sentimental details. Her florals and reception decor were expertly finessed by BeLovely, who adorned the raw industrial space of Front & Palmer with gold and pink accents and a touch of sparkle!
In an homage to her late grandmother, Ashley made deserts from treasured family recipes so it truly tasted like their grandmother was with them!
Whoopie Pie Whoops
From the Bride: I am a major procrastinator by heart, so naturally when it came to planning our wedding it was to be expected! Although we locked down our big items, such as our vendors, and location early on, there were definitely things we waited to the last minute for that could have been taken care of early on that caused some unnecessary stress, such as having my bridesmaids up until midnight the night before the wedding putting the tags on our whoopie pie favors (thank you again girls xo!).
I do my best work under stress, but for this occasion, I wish I would have given the timeline and planning of last minute details a little more thought and saved myself, and my husband some sanity.