Hard-working, easy-going photographer with knack for capturing real moments in a way that screams vintage Life magazine cover. Tremendous.
Much more than a caterer, Feastivities is essentially your wedding-day planner, to. Leila Miller is one of the best wedding coordinators on the East Coast. Although I may be biased, our meal was amazing and this is rare at weddings. From appetizers to main course to mini ice cream cones, the food was top notch and reasonably prices compared to their competitors. Bravo.
Terri was my hair stylist, and Pam was my makeup artist. I couldn't have been happier with either. Terri's personality is so easy going, while Pam is a true professional. I was pleased at how long the makeup and hairstyle lasted.
Dave played acoustic guitar for us during cocktail hour, and he was one of the elements that guests still mention to this day. He plays at Tortilla Press in Collingswood often - check him out. He plays everything from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" to "Moon River" to Mexican ballads. Sounds like an odd mix, but it was wonderful.
Highly unique, wonderfully talented young women who fulfill your vision while honoring your budget limitations. I asked for whimsical, romantic centerpieces and I got just that and more! Do great things with candlelight and flowers.
Clive Hancox is amazing to work with. A gentleman through and through, and extremely accommodating. We had 109 guests and I must say, the ballroom was packed in tight and we had to move tables to create a large enough dance floor. That being said, if you have a small wedding and are looking for a charming venue, please check the Philo out. It's three floors of grandeur, including a billards/smoking room and library. Lots of character.
Unbelievably beautiful venue. Fr. Mackle was very accommodating but you'll need to be proactive with calling him. Try to secure cantor Bryan Hymel, a trained tenor. His voice is amazing.
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