Caitlin & Jeremy’s Wedding Day Highlights
We are! Ready to watch these Penn State grads tie the knot!
It’s safe to say that Caitlin and Jeremy were both surrounded by all of their closest friends and family members as they married on a beautiful, warm, September day. Though they started the day ready to get their party on at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club – we had to get them “offically” married first.
Caitlin and her 10 bridesmaids gathered at her parents house for the getting ready portion of the day. Dominque Glosa and Theresa Bumitski served as the glam squad for all the ladies and each had a beautiful Angelina Faccenda by Mori Lee gown from Country Way Bridal. Caitlin’s Sottero and Midgley dress from Philly Bride was a perfect match to her personality – a lacey, romantic, fit and flare with sparkles to grab your attention. Hidden under the fabric of the dress was a custom blue heart sewn in to pay tribute to her late Godfather. Her bridal look was topped with a borrowed veil (from her sister) which framed her beautiful curls and a stunning pair of Badgley Mischkas. After opening her gift from Jeremy, the bride made her way out to King’s Limo so she could be one step closer to marrying the man of her dreams.
At the same time Jeremy and his groomsmen where at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia West donning their awesome suites provided by Men’s Wearhouse. Jeremy has a talent I wish I had. He is able to successfully tie a bow tie, on the first attempt, without a mirror. It was a truly stunning feat witness. With all the gentlemen looking both dapper and suave, they raised their glasses to Jeremy, Caitlin and a life filled with joy and happiness. After opening his gift from Caitlin, Jeremy and the boys grabbed the cooler of beer and headed down to the Cescaphe Trolley – he was ready to marry the love of Jeremy’s life.
The bridesmaids nervously clutched their bouquets by Sue Liberatore and made their way down the aisle at St. Philip Neri Church. Jeremy escorted his parents to their seats and waited patiently for his future wife. She made her grand entrance through the stained glass pillars of light and Jermey smiled as he saw his bride. The priest said the key words, Jermey kissed his bride, and the two posed for some newlyweds family photos post ceremony. Their hands joined and sparkled with their new rings from American Jewelry Co.
We arrived at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club in time for some evening portraits. The back of the club overlooks the golf course and the September sky highlighted the green of the golf lovers paradise. Caitlin and Jeremy laughed and smiled for portraits and created moments for the video crew from 4LC Studios to capture for the newlyweds.
Let’s be real – from the start of the day, both the bride and the groom were most excited to kick back and party with friends. When it came time for SEK Productions to announce their entrance into the ballroom, the newlyweds families cheered loudly and helped create the grandest of grand entrances into the Whitemarsh Valley Country Club ballroom. Music pumped, heartfelt toasts were given, and drinks were consumed! Festivities really kicked off with the cutting of the cake by Ann’s Cake Pan. Decor was provided by Choice Rentals (linens), Vision Rentals (chairs), and Anderson Delone (lighting). As party raged you could feel the love of all Jeremy and Caitlin’s friends pour onto the dance floor and fill the room. We would like to thank Jeremy and Caitlin for having us as part of there big day and we looking forward to seeing what the future has in store.
Thank You to the newlyweds for including us in your #fromlafhilltomrshill celebration!
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