Megan and Nick’s Wedding!

Last weekend Matt and I got to be a part of the wonderful marriage of Matt’s sister, Megan, and her husband Nick.  Congratulations Megan and Nick!!  🙂

The official wedding festivities began with an amazingly delicious rehearsal dinner at Le Virtu in South Philadelphia and ended with a fantastic wedding celebration at the historic Powel House in old Philadelphia.  Megan and Nick had a professional photographer documenting the official wedding but I had fun taking some photos during the rehearsal dinner and the “getting ready” portion of their wedding day.  Here are a few of my favorite shots!

Nick and Megan at their rehearsal dinner on Friday night.

We had an amazing 4 1/2 hour meal at Le Virtu in South Philadelphia. Click on the photo to zoom in and read the menu! My favorite course was the Palott cac’ e ove Braised egg and cheese croquettes in tomato sauce.

Megan and Matt’s cousin Denise has the cutest daughter ever! This is 13 month old Frankie.

Megan’s beautiful wedding dress!

Megan gave each of her bridesmaids a pair of these lovely custom-made earrings along with a cute robe to wear while getting ready. Thanks, Megan!

Welcome to Philadelphia!

Megan walked down the aisle in these snazzy pink peep-toe pumps.

Matt and I made a DIY photobooth for Megan and Nick. Here we are hamming it up for the camera. 🙂

Megan and Nick’s wedding bands in a custom bowl.  The inscription reads:
“I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart) September 8, 2012”

Best of luck to Megan and Nick and hope you’re having a blast on your honeymoon in Hawaii!!

2 thoughts on “Megan and Nick’s Wedding!

  1. Amazing photos! Congrats to the beautiful couple!

    Seeing wedding photos always makes me sad that I just went to the JP. I didn’t have the big ordeal. I usually don’t mind, but I’d love to have professional photos of me in an amazing big white dress, haha.

    • Thanks Pami! Going to the JP might have not resulted in the photos but think how much $$$ you saved! 🙂 I’m doing a bit of planning for our wedding now and it’s amazing how all of the costs add up. It seems that anytime something is labeled “wedding” it suddenly costs more! I’m thinking I should just tell the florist that I’m planning a birthday party or something. (The bouquets might be a giveaway though…)

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