Nick & Nikki’s Sweet Philadelphia Wedding
June 22, 2011
I don’t have much information on Nick & Nikki’s sweet Philadelphia wedding, but I felt the gorgeous images by
Love Me Do Photography spoke a thousand words.
“They beautifully lit the space with purples, blues, and yellows, creating a vibrant and fun atmosphere,” wrote photographer Carina & Amanda. “Details of their wedding reception included Star Wars figurines in the terrariums and cat bride and groom on top of the wedding cake.”
“Nick and Nikki even had their own logo – a cute design of their faces that was projected onto the dance floor. Despite a little rain, Nick and Nikki had a beautiful and fun wedding day and we couldn’t be happier to have been a part of it.”
Thanks to Nick & Nikki and Carina & Amanda for sharing these today.
Love Me Do PhotographyCeremony Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Philadelphia
Reception Venue: The Morris House Hotel, Philadelphia
Bride’s Dress: Priscilla of BostonBride’s Shoes:
Whipped BakeryCake Topper:
Melabo on Etsy
Hair/ Make Up: Beke BeauCatering:
Feast Your Eyes
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