Real Wedding ~ Collin and Suzanne's gorgeous Manayunk Brewery Wedding by Joe Dantone Photography

How gorgeous is Suzanne and Collin's beautiful Philadelphia wedding that took place at The First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia with the reception at The Manayunk Brewery  and beautifully photographed by Joe Dantone.

Suzanne and Collins met on Match.com and their  first date was a walk with their puppies, who were both 3 months old at the time. They are now 4 years old and the best brothers ever. They met for that first date on the Art Museum steps, which is where Collin proposed just about 3 years later on December 21st, 2012. He couldn't keep a secret for very long, so in true Collin fashion he bought the ring and got down on one knee less than 24 hours later. It was simple, from the heart, and perfect!

Enjoy these gorgeous images and see after the images for wedding details and planning advice from Suzanne!













































Wedding Details

Wedding Dress - Sottero Bronwyn Gown - Bijou Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaids Dresses - Alfred Sung, Various Styles, Bought at multiple different boutiques
Bridesmade Robes - Sunsettosunrise on Etsy.com 
Shoes - Walkinonair on Etsy.com 
Groomsmen - Egara, Men's Warehouse
Wedding planner - Us! 
Florist - PURE Design and Market Blooms 
Program Fans - Papel Custom Design on Etsy.com 
Invites - Weddingpaperdivas.com 
Table Numbers - Montana Snow on Etsy.com 
Photographer - Joe Dantone Photography 
Videographer - Mackler Studios 
Hair and Make Up - Beautiful Brides Philly 
 Cake - Sweet Elizabeth's Bakery

Suzanne's advice to future bridesIf you need to save money and cannot afford a wedding planner - YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF. Get creative. The "thrill of the hunt" is the best part, and there is inspiration all around you. Also, the most important thing is what the day represents. It is so easy to get wrapped up in all the possibilities, but you just have to make a decision and stick with it. The joy you get to share with your closest friends and family far out weighs any centerpiece you could ever imagine.