April 3, 2014

[You Mean the World to Me] features Philadelphia Styled Shoot | Morris House Hotel

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What fun! Our Philadelphia Morris House Hotel styled shoot is featured on the quirky international wedding blog, You Mean the World to Me!

I love this sweet chevron-accented shoot that I did with design and florals by Papertini, cake by Ciao Bella, and paper by Paper Rock Scissors. It has flirty and fun coral and mint flourishes and a ring bearer too cute for words!

Check it out!

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