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Philadelphia Wedding Photographer | Front & Palmer | Sophie + Ben [teaser] ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
September 4, 2014

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer | Front & Palmer | Sophie + Ben [teaser]

Wedding

Sophie glided into the room like a dream.  The rest of the Ben and Sophie’s day held that kind of magic.  Here’s a teaser!

 

First dance at Philadelphia wedding Front & Palmer

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