I’m so excited that Bri and Bobby are on the blog today! Their down-to-earth quintessential Philadelphia wedding was such a sweet affair and it was an honor to capture it. Truly, truly.
Considering they decided on a November wedding date, the weather was extraordinarily beautiful (with a touch of chilly wind that did gently remind you of the season)!
They chose to celebrate their wedding day with very little fuss and honestly, that’s exactly how I love weddings. Their bridal party was small but loads of fun, their guests sat at their dinner tables for the ceremony (overlooking the brewery at Yards) and their details were meaningful family pieces. Bri wore family heirloom jewelry - including a ring that has been in her family since 1876!
There were personal touches all around the venue including the table numbers, card box and ceremony arch that Bobby made!! Have I mentioned how much I love personal touches?! After their friend, Michael, officiated their short and sweet ceremony, Bri and Bobby danced into the night with their dearest friends and most loving family members.
Congratulations to the new Dr. and Mrs. Gaunt! I absolutely loved walking around the city with you, spending the day with your friends and family and capturing this incredible day. Thank you for the honor of being your wedding photographer.
Enjoy some of my favorites from Bri and Bobby’s wedding day!
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY: Savannah Smith Photography | PHOTOGRAPHER’S ASSISTANT: Kristin Buckley | VENUE: Yards Brewing Company | COORDINATION: Zach Artz with Yards Brewing Company | OFFICIANT: Michael Kaiser | FLORALS: Torie Miller of Cherry Hill Wegmans | CATERING: Yards Brewing Company | BARTENDING: Yards Brewing Company | DESSERTS: Federal Donuts | ENTERTAINMENT: Soundfactor Entertainment | HAIR AND MAKEUP STYLING: Daneene Jensen & Associates | BRIDAL SHOES: Bandolino | BRIDAL GOWN: Jill Stewart from BHLDN | GROOM + GROOMSMAN TIES: BHLDN | BRIDESMAID DRESSES: Adrianna Papell | INVITATIONS AND PAPER GOODS: Basic Invite | ENGAGEMENT RING + WEDDING BAND: via Stephanie Phan at Steven Singer
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