October 11, 2018

Philander Chase Knox Estate Wedding Photography | Valley Forge Wedding Photographer | Courtney and Travis

Courtney and Travis are absolute sweet hearts.  Not only are they incredibly kind but they are so filled with joy, it’s infectious!  This was a day filled with so much love, kisses and crinkle nosed laughs!  That is the kind of joy I love to capture.  These two couldn’t help but light up when they saw each other during their first look at the beautiful Philander Chase Knox Estate.  They walked through the beautiful fields of Valley Forge just taking in the day.  They were surrounded by beautiful monarch butterflies that just added a beautiful magic to the day!  There was a threat of some rain leading up to the ceremony but Courtney and Travis held out to have their ceremony outside and it totally paid off!  It was incredibly gorgeous and officiated by Courtney’s grandfather.  It was incredibly special and sweet.  After they exchanged vows, rings and a kiss  Courtney and Travis stepped into married life together!  They celebrated the rest of the day with their friends and family!  Cheers to the new Mr. & Mrs.!     

I love seeing my brides at weddings I am photographing!  I photographed Kathryn and Reed’s wedding last year at Pomme in Radnor, and Annie and Matt will be getting married next June at John James Audubon Center!  Love you ladies!

 

Ceremony & Reception Site:  Philander Chase Knox Estate

Hair:   Salon di Moda

Makeup:  Face the Occasion

Dress Shop:  Elizabeth Johns

Florist:  Petals Lane, Inc.

DJ: Synergetic Sound + Lighting

Cake:  The Masters Baker

Videographer:  Cinema Four40

Invitation Designer:  The Paperia

 

  1. Alaina says:

    Holy Moly! These are all so amazing!

  2. Jill Brisken says:

    Looked like such a fun day! Loved the first look photos too. All the pictures are gorgeous!

  3. Monica says:

    Literally everything about this wedding is PERFECTION! The details and couples portraits are my fave though 😉

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