Every wedding has that gorgeous moment that really defines it. Well, this wedding has like a hundred of those gorgeous moments. From that ridiculously inspiring backdrop, to the perfect florals from Petals Lane and every detail in between planned by Laurel & Elm, this Michener Art Museum soiree captured by Tina Jay Photography couldn't be more perfect if it tried. See more here.
From Tina Jay Photography...Lora & Eric's wedding at an art museum in Philadelphia was absolutely amazing. Lora put in so much time and effort into the details, and all of her hard work absolutely paid off. Lora works for Two Paperdolls (the most amazing invitation company in Philly!), so I immediately knew her wedding was going to be gorgeous and detail-filled:) Her invitation suite was obviously amazing, I absolutely loved it! Lora has also worked as the assistant to a wedding planner in the past, so she had a ton of great ideas for her wedding. She chose gold, green, and some pastel accents as her color palette. A few of the little details I loved: the cute vow books she got from Etsy, the succulents in hand-painted pots as favors/escort cards, the DIY pipe set up with "floating" engagement photos, and the awesome ceremony backdrop. Lora made this backdrop herself, you have to see it! She hung fabric from poles she painted gold, and then had "you are the best thing" (their first dance song) lasercut in gold, and strung it with invisible wire it in front of the fabric. Amazing! All of the reception decor was so beautiful as well, the James A. Michener Art Museum is such a cool and unique space for a wedding! And they ended the evening with a sparkler exit, always such a fun thing!