Friday, May 02, 2008

May is going to be a busy month for us!

We are so excited about this month! Even though we've already shot quite a few events this year - this is the REAL start to our wedding season!

This month's first wedding will be Pamela and Richard in Center City at the Four Seasons Philadelphia Hotel on May 11th! The ceremony will take place in the courtyard garden and will be a beautiful contrast to the city skyline and landmarks....

And just two days later we leave for France! Remember that couple we caught getting engaged in Venice?

Well, Tatiana & Julien decided to book us for their wedding! We are beyond excited! The ceremony & reception will take place on May 17th in Poitiers, which is about a 3 hour drive south of Paris. The town is simply gorgeous - and has been around since before years started being counted in four digits... After the wedding, the couple has been kind enough to let us do a "post-wedding" session with them in Paris!

This should be a real adventure for us since we barely speak any French (Paul has a few years of high school French under his belt - while I've got about 2 semesters from middle school!), but Tatiana and Julien have gone out of their way to make us comfortable! Julien has been learning English for a while, and one of their good friends who is fluent in English will be traveling with us from Paris to Poitiers. Bonjour, Merci, Desole (which means "sorry!" - REALLY good to know!) & Excuse-Moi are about as much as I've learned so far, but I'm going to try!

We'll be away from May 13th-21st - so during that time we won't be able to take any calls, so please email! We will be checking that as often as we can!

And finally we'll end the month with Carol and Sean's sure-to-be-fabulous wedding at the Racquet Club in Philadelphia on May 31st! We are excited to be working with Mark from Queen of Hearts again (which will ensure everything will go off without a hitch!). Carol and Sean met with us on a gorgeous spring afternoon and entertained my cherry blossom obsession at the Waterworks area behind the Philadelphia Art Museum. The weather was simply beautiful, and I hope Carol and Sean think the same about their photos!

We are going to try to stay on top of these posts - especially with all of our travels!
Take care!


Blogger Julie said...

sounds like a fun month! didn't know there were cherry blossoms behind the Art Museum...

May 4, 2008, 7:24:00 PM  

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