Friends and family gathered at The Hotel Fauchere to celebrate marriage equality in Pennsylvania with our Pop Up Nuptials Even
Without further adieu–here it is, hot off the quill–the official Pop Up Nuptials for Pennsylvania poster, created by Ashley.
In celebration of Pennsylvania’s recognition of marriage equality, wedding industry professionals have come together to provide free wedding ceremonies for couples who desire to make their partnerships legal in the Keystone State.
For Katherine and Phillip, two self-proclaimed nerds, a wedding under the stars was just the thing. The couple, who first met as freshman at Carnegie Mellon University, exchanged vows at the Fels Planetarium and celebrated the start of their marriage at Philadelphia’s science museum, the Franklin Institute.
Lauren and Ryan exchanged vows under a beautiful fall-inspired flower and branch chuppah at HollyHedge Estate in New Hope, Pennsylvania. At the end of the ceremony, Ryan enthusiastically stomped on the glass to the delight and cheers of “Mazel Tov” from their guests.
“You were born to do this.” That’s what my Dad says whenever he sees a picture of me officiating a wedding or listens as I recount the love story of one of my couples. And thanks to the generosity of my couples, my father’s whole-hearted enthusiasm about my work as a celebrant seems a little less biased now. I am thrilled to be selected as The Knot Best Of Weddings 2014 Pick.