Mary and Eric posed for the sweetest couple portraits behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art on a beautiful illustrious day! Mary’s glow is parallel to the bright Cherry Blossoms in the background and Eric’s beholding gaze just goes to show the undeniable love that these two share! Philadelphia lives in their hearts, and their love for this city has been passed down from generation to generation. Emcee Studio Photographie gracefully captured all of the magical moments while this couple took a walk around the Fairmount section of the city holding hands and flaunting their super adorable Mr. and Mrs. balloons! This e-session will have you falling deeper in love with Philly, so keep scrolling to see how it all unfolded!
From the “Bride-to-be”: “I LOVE to travel (and am slowly convincing Eric to, too) but no matter where I go Philadelphia is always my home base. It’s always where I will come back too. I think you just have to be from the Philadelphia area to get it. It’s got everything a mecca city has to offer, but also feels small enough to be manageable. We’ll never get bored of it. So many people come to Philadelphia and never leave. It’s where many generations of both our families have always been. My great great grandfather put a lot of the steeples on the churches. My pop met my mom-mom when she got in his cab in South Philly. My gram and grandpa met at Temple in the 1940s. When I look at Philadelphia I see my family past, my present, and my future. It’s where my heart will always be.”
From the Photographer: “The bride and groom-to-be are Mary and Eric and they are one of the sweetest couples I’ve ever met. They are truly a Philly couple.. As a fun fact, besides loving all the sports team, they travel to Phillies spring training in Clearwater every year (8th year for Mary and 2nd year for Eric). Eric proposed in front of the Rittenhouse Square Christmas tree last year and they will be getting married next Christmas season. From Eric about Mary’s reaction after he proposed: “Mary’s reaction was joy and crying and I just remember wanting to hug her and kiss her right after and fumbling. But I will never forget the smile on her face as long as I live.”