November 11, 2013

Philadelphia Wedding Photographer | St. Augustine + Courtyard Marriott | Jamie + John [teaser]

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It was a day of incredible beauty for Jamie and John’s wedding this weekend at St. Augustine’s Catholic Church and the Courtyard Marriott in Philadelphia. More soon!

Philadelphia Catholic wedding photography at St. Augustine and the Marriott

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