Lee and Tim Get Married!

wedding date: August 24, 2012

venue: Moshulu

All Photos Courtesy of of Love Me Do Photography

Intimate, elegant, and heart-warming are words I would use to describe Lee and Tim’s wedding. It was a Friday evening in August when they said their ” I Do’s” aboard the historical Moshulu along the edge of the Delaware. The day started with a traditional tea ceremony, in which the couple presented tea to their elderscheap water slides for sale, and then the elders reciprocated the love with gifts for the couple.  Later in the day as a perfect breeze blew, guests embarked the Moshulu chong qi gong men, where the couple said their vows on the top deck.

Rose petals led the bride up the U shaped aisle where beautiful birch branches flanked each side. Once again one of our favorites, Papertini , out did themselves with the gorgeous blooms!

Lee looked absolutely stunning in her light pink strapless Jemma gown by Lea-Ann Belter! She was also dripping in unforgettable jewels. Tim is one lucky guy!

As guests arrived on deck, they were greeted by the guest book table. The table was filled with baby pictures of the couple, as well as pictures of the couples’ parents. It was also adorned with an elegant birdcage filled with flowers. It was a beautiful sight with the river in the background!

The ceremony was followed by an intimate cocktail style reception on the covered deck. White paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling, gave the reception area a fun and chic feel. The reception had a variety of small tables, where guests to choose to dine. Modest arrangements bursting with purples, pinks, and creams were placed all throughout . Overall it was a very friendly and inviting event space.

You could feel the love all around as family members shared their blessings, and showed a slideshow of the couple through the years.

Simple and elegant,the tiramisu wedding cake looked scrumptious! The paisley design even matched the groom’s tie! Moshulu provided the delicious cake, as well as the bountiful dinner stations full of fish, pasta, and even a roasted pig.

The night ended with an unexpected bang! Penn’s Landing’s weekly fireworks lit up the sky surprising the couple and their guests. What a way to end the night!

Lee and Tim’s wedding turned out to be a magical evening on board the Moshulu. It even made it into the Spring / Summer 2013 issue of Philadelphia Wedding Magazine! Pick it up on newstands now!

Many blessings to the wonderful couple! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your special day! Also many thanks to the amazing wedding professionals we were able to work with on this wedding: Moshulu, Papertini , Ben Ostroff from EBE Events & Entertainment, and Love Me Do Photography .

Amore bello!

Maria