The Bridal suite was filled with activity. Bridesmaids were getting their hair and makeup done, mimosas were the drink of choice, and the mother of the bride made sure that her daughter’s dress, veil, shoes, and jewelry were ready to go. There was a bit of inclement weather that morning, but the groom sent the bride a beautiful bouquet of roses with a card that read “If it’s raining, here is a little sunshine for you.” He always knows how to put a smile on her face!
The quiet church grounds suddenly came alive as the groom arrived, accompanied by his family and groomsmen. Soon after, the guests were greeted by the sound of bagpipes as they entered St. Bridget’s to witness the marriage of Lindsey and Brian.
After the ceremony, we had a great time taking pictures with the fun-loving and energetic wedding party on the infamous steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The reception at the Hilton on City Avenue in Philadelphia began with heartfelt, emotional speeches from Lindsey’s sisters and Brian’s best man, who happened to be his father. Loud cheers from the guests sounded the room as Brian’s dad gave a toast. He then honored his son and new daughter-in-law by performing a personalized song he wrote himself. It brought tears to everyone’s eyes. Even ours!
The party that followed was a blast! The dance floor was packed all night long as everyone enjoyed themselves and partied to music by John DiNardo of DiNardo Brothers Entertainment. Lindsey and Brian were right there with them, enjoying every minute of it.
Lindsey and Brian, the two of you obviously enjoy being around family and friends. May your lives together be filled with many years of happiness. For a glimpse at a few more images from their wedding, please go to our Facebook page by clicking HERE.