From Clicke Photography

Location: Corner of S. Quince and Manning Streets

Every single Spring, Philadelphia erupts with the white and pink flowers of our prized cherry blossom trees. These incredible flowers help make some of the most incredible wedding and engagement photographs. This year was no exception and we went out of our way to announce on our Instagram that one of our favorite photo locations for cherry blossoms was in full bloom.

From Emily of Clicke Photography:

When I saw Philly in Love’s post about the gorgeous downtown street in Philly with trees blossoming, I couldn’t help but to find an awesome couple willing to adventure out with me and take advantage of the blossoms! When Laura & Pat reached out and wanted in, I knew it was an instant match! They live a block over!! Laura & Pat got married September of last year. They were a dream to photograph! It didn’t take long before Laura and I were joking around together, like we knew each other for years.
I have since been back again to this street with one of my bride and grooms for some portraits this week while the blossoms were falling off the trees. Such a beautiful spot! 

cherry blossom engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography
Cherry blossom engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography.
Cherry blossom engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography.

From The Couple:

We found Emily through Philly in Love on their Instagram page! We both were in awe of the stunning cherry blossoms that create the most beautiful canopy over Manning Street. She reached out to us as soon as we expressed interest in shooting here! We had so much fun and Emily got such stunning shots! We are so happy that Philly in Love connected us!

Quince Street engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography.
Quince Street engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography.
Quince Street engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography.
Quince Street engagement photo in Philadelphia by clicke photography.

Photographer: Clicke Photography