Sharon and Andrew had two beautiful wedding ceremonies (American & Korean) held at the gorgeous Glen Foerd Mansion on the Delaware River in Philadelphia. Sharon’s taste was elegant & fun: from her Reem Acra dress right down to her fabulous bright blue peep-toe shoes. They served sushi, had a Sopranos-themed bridal party formal in the Rathskellar and even sent each guest home with little LEGO people created in their likeness. Enjoy!
From the moment I saw Carlos Rodriguez touch Sharon’s hair I could tell he was an exceptional stylist, located in the beautiful Phoenix Salon & Spa adjacent to “love park,” he has been rated “Top stylist in Philadelphia,” and Phoenix is consistently rated among the top 5 salons in the city– fab 😉
Looking through the mini-cards from their engagement shoot that Rhinehart Photography provided for her guests.
Wanting to make sure Sharon had her “something blue,” her sister brought the blue beaded pin that Sharon had given to her on her wedding day. No worries though, Sharon had the blue totally covered with these adorable satin pumps:
This grand stair provided the perfect location for their “first look.” I love her sister’s excitement in the background of this shot:
Such a fun bridal party– here they are in the Rathskeller giving off a cool Sopranos vibe.:
Time for the first ceremony! This camera-within-a-camera images was caught by my wonderful husband and business partner, Kris.
On to the Honrye (Korean Ceremony) Sharon’s family preparing her hanbok– below is Sharon’s reaction to seeing her groom dressed in his gwanbook.
Sharon and Andrew chose LEGO people relating to interests of each of thier guests, above you can see fisherman Matthew and several others.
The wedding guests were just phenomenal– it was actually my second time hanging out with this crew, as Sharon & Andrew were referred to me by former roomates Becky and Nick. Referrals are the highest compliment any couple can give and I am honored to work with such fun, creative group again!