Lisa & Mark’s Wedding Day Highlights
These two city slickers left Philadelphia behind for the Trump National Golf Club for their December nuptials!
December in Philadelphia made for some beautiful end of the season weddings for 2015. This particular December day was an incredibly beautiful day for a wedding – temperatures reached into the 50’s in Philadelphia! It was the type of day where the excitement was almost palpable and the air was filled with joy. The whole day started with Lisa getting ready at the Springhill Suites surrounded by her friends and family. The bride-to-be arrived to the suite with her hair already twisted into a perfect up-do by Hello Gorgeous Salon. With a few glasses of champagne the girls laughed and joked while helping Lisa get into her gorgeous Justin Alexander dress (purchased from the amazing Jay West Bridal). After adding in a few final touches from Badgley Mischka, Nadri, Von Maur, and Mom’s bracelet, Lisa was ready to become Mrs! At the same time, a few floors lower, mark relaxed with his groomsman while getting into his suite provided by Men’s Wearhouse.
After donning their wedding attire Lisa and Mark traveled to the Trump National Golf Club Philadelphia where they waited to see each other for the first time. After a heartfelt first look, Lisa and Mark jumped into a golf cart and cruised around the golf course taking photos and enjoying the beautiful serenity of the course. Cook’s Florist delivered the bride her bouquet (perfect colors for a winter wedding). After a brisk ride around the course, and some bridal party photos, Lisa and Mark took a few minutes to themselves while the waited for their ceremony.
Surrounded by all their friends and family, Lisa and Mark took their vows during a very personal and touching ceremony, performed by Rabbi Eric Wisnia, however, as soon as the glass was broken the party began. With music and entertainment provided by East Coast Event Group the party kicked into high gear. Dancing and revelry were had by all, and soon the gorgeous cake provided by Stella Baking Company was cut. This wasn’t the end of the evening by a along shot. Guests enjoyed the incredible dessert bar while having their picture taken in the photobooth by Extreme Photo Booth Company. My favorite personal touch to the day was the bride and groom cork cats (made by Lisa) that sat on the sweetheart table (check out the slideshow, we photographed their Harry Merrill and Son‘s rings on their noses!).
And they lived #HappilyEverTreilman !
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