This is my very last post as Miss Peacock Bride. It has been a rewarding experience contributing to this site. I hope that I have found a way to inspire others through my wedding planning experiences. Now my Feathered Fairy Tale has come to an end, but I am thankful to have memories and photos that I will cherish for the rest of my life.
As some of you may recall, where we would take pictures was up for much debate all throughout wedding planning. As fate would have it the perfect place for our wedding photos was not only one of the closest to our church it was also one of the coolest sites in Philadelphia: Race Street Pier. Here are just a few of my favorite memories captured on my wedding day!
Race Street Pier features the Ben Franklin Bridge as its backdrop as well as expansive spaces that could easily hold our massive bridal party.
I love the way the bridesmaids’ and groomsmen’s ensembles came together. Those fans came in very handy during the heatwave!
I am so happy that we got this group shot with the trolley. We were so anxious to get into the air conditioning that we almost overlooked the opportunity. Luckily our driver is a pro and knew this would make for an unforgettable photo.
Last, but not least, the classic wedding pose that will never lose its coolness in my book. Ah, I just love my dress and my husband!
Photos by: David Chen
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