Tannia and Omar had an intimate Philadelphia wedding, gathering together their closest family and friends to witness and celebrate their vows. It flowed flawlessly from getting ready to cake cutting and they were both all smiles all day! Even though there was the threat of rain the weather held off and we were able to do their wedding photos outside just as the bride had hoped for. It all came together just as it was supposed!
Tannia got ready at the Hotel Monaco in the Old City section of Philadelphia. This is definitely a favorite getting ready hotel in Philadelphia. It has a fun and modern interior and and is conveniently located. There are so many classic photo locations close by. The bride and groom walked right across the street to the Second National Bank for their first look. The Second National Bank offers a sweeping and dramatic backdrop for photos, perfect for couples photos and wedding party.
There is nothing like the anticipation of seeing your soon to be husband on your wedding day! Tannia walked up behind Omar, tapped him on the shoulder and he turned around to see his stunning bride. After their first look, the couple enjoyed this historic and beautiful location for their formal photos. I love the grand columns and the leading staircase for wedding photos. The bridal party photos were also taken here before heading to their ceremony.
Tannia and Omar chose The Philadelphia Wedding Chapel for their ceremony. A great venue for a small wedding the East Falls section of Philadelphia. They exchanged rings, toasted, danced and cut their wedding cake in celebration of their marriage. It couldn’t have been better!
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They’re so glamorous! Love these photos! 🙂
What a beautiful couple and such lovely photos! Nice job, Heidi!
Love the details and the couple is so much fun! Great work!!
They look so sweet, I love the cake they picked. Their first look location was beautiful and I’m loving her dress!
This couple looks so sweet and great to work with! Love the detail shots and portraits. Nice work, Heidi!