November 1, 2019

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer | Bartram’s Gardens | Sam + Matt [teaser]

Wedding

If I hadn’t been the one taking the picture, I’m not sure I would have believed that these fall colors were real. Sam and Matt’s wedding was incredible. More soon!

groom kissing brides nose on path at Bartram's Gardens fall wedding
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