October 8, 2012

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer | Ritz Carlton | Lisa + Jeff [teaser]

Wedding

A Jewish boy and a Catholic girl at a stupendous* wedding at the Ritz Carlton of Philadelphia. Seriously?! Yes, seriously.

 Philadelphia Ritz Carlton wedding photography

* I don’t have enough positive adjectives to describe this wedding.  Think rainbows and unicorns x100 and you’re getting there.

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