A Dutch-inspired wedding in Philadelphia’s Sculpture Courtyard
Philadelphia’s Sculpture Courtyard is a hidden gem that provided the perfect backdrop for a stunning and unique wedding celebration. The bride’s love for Dutch fine art inspired the design of the wedding, with a color palette of deep blues, greens, and yellows complementing the natural beauty of the space.
The bride sourced all of the table decor over the course of a year, resulting in a beautiful and cohesive look. Each table featured a unique centerpiece that was inspired by Dutch fine art. The attention to detail and the personal touch that went into the decor created a truly memorable atmosphere.
Their first look was emotional, heartwarming and full of life and love! We did the first look in front of one of Isaiah Zagar’s murals – these pieces of art hold meaning for the couple’s relationship.
One of the most touching moments of the ceremony was the ring passing ceremony, which replaced the traditional ring exchange. Guests held the wedding bands and offered blessings and well wishes for the couple before passing them on. The ceremony highlighted the community that surrounded the couple and the love and support they had as they began their new life together.
Adding to the celebration was a community choir that sang traditional hymns and love songs, filling the courtyard with beautiful melodies.
This unique and beautiful wedding celebration in Philadelphia’s Sculpture Courtyard was a testament to the power of personalization and attention to detail. It was a celebration that will be remembered for years to come.