Kelli and Justin’s Classic Sparkling Wedding at Glen Foerd Mansion by Femina Photo + Design
Kelli and Justin’s conventional wedding at the Glen Foerd Mansion was all a bride could want : the simply delicate florals from La Petite Fleur, Kelli’s impeccable looks throughout, the classical sounds of violins, a handsome, loving groom…All of which are inevitably some of the primary components of an unforgettable ceremony. Granted, Femina Photo + Design was there document their engagement session and their wedding, which means that Femina Photo + Design witnessed Kelli and Justin blossom into the loving married couple we see in these photographs. Scroll down and join in on the happy day.
“From the Photographer: To say Kelli + Justin’s Glen Foerd Mansion wedding was beautiful would be an understatement. Between the gorgeous May weather, beautiful sunlight, and some of Philadelphia’s most beautiful locations, everything came together perfectly for this special couple. We first met Kelli + Justin last year during their Engagement Session in Philadelphia, and we instantly knew that they had something special. Hailing from South Africa, Justin met Kelli, a proud east-coaster, and sparks flew. And the sparks are still flying for this beautiful couple, which is evident from both their engagement session and wedding images.
Their wedding day began at the Marriott Courtyard in Center City, Philadelphia, where we captured Kelli and her girls getting ready. Quickly following their First Look, we headed up Broad Street to capture Philadelphia’s City Hall before making our way north for Kelli + Justin’s Glen Foerd Mansion wedding. Once we arrived, it was easy to see why they chose this venue for their special day. Between the history, charm and classic elegance, and river-side ceremony, Glen Foerd Mansion proved to be a perfect setting. And we were just GUSHING over the beautiful rooms that lived within the mansion! So many great photographic opportunities were available, so we were very happy photographers indeed. We’re beyond happy for these two love birds and wish them many, many years of happiness.”