This couple has such a positive energy, and being around them during their engagement shoot was really refreshing. Erin's creativity and giddy excitement about her wedding at the Phoenixville Foundry made me look forward to this day since we first met in the chill of winter.
I love hearing the bride's perspective looking back, so I asked Erin to say a little bit about the day. A couple of her favorite moments were, "Watching my Dad take in "small doses" of me while I was getting ready the morning of the wedding. and watching Mike's reaction as the doors to the church opened and him whispering, "I love you, you are beautiful" when my dad gave me away."
"We just wanted to throw a great party! We wanted all our friends and family to have an experience they would never forget! The Foundry offered flexibility in that it allowed us to bring in our own design. The Foundry offers an industrial yet modern open space. We really wanted to work with a 'blank canvas.' We wanted every last detail to be our own. I so lucky to work with such amazingly talented people that were able to make my visions come to life! And I had a lot of them: detail, details, details…it's all about the little things that really make a big impression."
Erin's advice for future brides, "Continue to remind yourselves that it's not just a wedding, its a marriage. Confide in your friends. Have trust in the people who you hired for your event. The last two weeks are crazy, but the wedding day makes it all worth it! "
Erin and Mike's Vendors included:
Band: The Hudson Project
Caterer: Robert Ryan
Dress: Jenny Lee
Flowers: Sommerfield Design
Venue: Phoenixville Foundry