From the moment I completed their wedding invitation design, I had a feeling Tiffany and Matthew’s wedding was going to feel extra special. Their suite featured laser cut details, the Chinese symbol for double happiness, and a soft lavender palette. The design felt just like them, and after taking a further peek into their wedding day I think you’ll understand why even more!
Tiffany and Matthew spent their wedding mornings getting ready with their bridesmaids and groomsmen. I have to note, the robes the ladies wore matched Tiffany’s color palette perfectly! And, it’s so clear they loved the time they spent together prior to Tiffany’s sweet first look with her dad.
Once they were ready, the bridesmaids joined together with the groomsmen to witness Tiffany and Matthew exchange vows at Nazareth Academy. This private school has some of the prettiest architecture, and the interior of the church has intricate designs and soft colors to create the ultimate backdrop for a wedding day.
Post vows, the new Mr. and Mrs. captured photos on Nazareth Academy’s campus with their wedding party. I have to say how much I love the bridesmaids’ dresses and bouquets! The romantic roses, stock, and Dusty Miller paired so well with the bridesmaids’ floor length gowns.
Tiffany and Matt’s aesthetic had always been romantic and elegant mixed with classic styles, so it only made sense for the couple to join together with their guests at Cescaphe Event Group’s Vie. The Philadelphia wedding venue served as the perfect spot for T+M to honor Tiffany’s Chinese heritage even more. The couple shared in a traditional Chinese tea ceremony. A lion dance was performed on the dance floor (much to the couple’s delight!) by the Philadelphia Suns. The Chinese symbol for double happiness appeared once more – this time on their cake!
If it’s not already clear, I adored designing Tiffany and Matthew’s wedding stationery. And, I’m so thrilled to share all of the photos Adrienne Matz Photography captured; I’m obsessed, and I also loved reading Adrienne’s blog about T+M!