Marcie and Jason’s engagement session was a battle against the elements. For most of our time together, it was raining, and by the end of the session, we were all but soaked.
But, you know what?
No one seemed to mind.
It was fun touring around Philadelphia with a happy trio (Marcie’s daughter Phoebe joined us, too!) no matter what the conditions. We forecasted an all out, 3-hour session, targeting some of the most memorable spots in the city, so no matter how many dark clouds there were, I could still see the light between Marcie and Jason.
We started our session at the ‘hard-to-not-get-something-to-eat-at’ Reading Terminal Market which in itself is a unique and colorful setting, then walked to Love Park via the big game pieces in front of the Municipal Services Building across 15th St (just had to play with those:-), and then down the Ben Franklin Parkway to the Philadelphia Art Museum where we finally found a few cherry blossoms whose early bloom brought a big swell of happiness from the bride-to-be.
April may be notorious for showers, but the early part of the month is also synonymous with blossoming cherry trees, and we’re so glad we got to capture a few images with them before our session ended. We really look forward to seeing the happy couple again this December 13, when they get married at Unionville Vinyards, in Ringoes, NJ. Congratulations, you two!!