Rebecca and Charlie’s winter wedding showcases their intimate, heirloom, and romantic day. Their day is full of sentiment and heirloom details that truly matter. The couple infused their personalities into their wedding day for a personal and romantic approach. What an honor to be chosen to capture their special day by their side!
This MBP bride is incredibly talented. For her day, she handcrafted many wedding day details pictured below. Additionally, Rebecca incorporated family heirloom to incorporate those special people into her day.
The bride incorporated her classic, vintage, and religious aesthetic throughout her day. The Savannah bridal gown by Wtoo by Watters from Lila’s Bridal Boutique showcases Rebecca’s personality. Elegant, effortless, and sweet, this off-the-shoulder neckline and fit-and-flare silhouette is classic and elegant. Savannah also has a chapel train, textures of ruca lace, and fleur de lis. Rebecca paired this chic and classic gown with the cathedral veil handcrafted by herself. Wow! The chic petit bridal bouquet handcrafted by the family, and heirloom fur cape made for an elegant bridal aesthetic. The textures of the gown compliment the baby’s breath and rose bouquet just so. As you see in her fine art bridal portraits, this look fits her intimate Bethlehem wedding day so perfectly.
Pictured here are her bridal accessories. You will find the antique ring box, heirloom engagement ring, wedding bands and bridal details such as her Bible gifted by a dear friend and elegant bridal shoes. Bridal shoes by Kelly & Katie from DSW contrast beautifully with the-fit and-flare silhouette of the Savannah gown.
The groom, Charles, wore a black and black tux, an off-white shirt underneath his tux, off-white tie, and off-white pocket square, and black shoes by Mens Wearhouse. The groom’s look was finished off with accessories, his watch, cufflinks, and boutonniere flower of white roses and baby’s breath designed by the family. Incredible talent!
Their ceremony was hosted at Edgeboro Moravian Church.
The bride utilized her creative strengths, and stayed very strict to her color palette to keep the wedding day consistent. The bride utilized off-white, black, gold, and red, inspired by the Moravian ceremony venue, and carried these colors brilliantly throughout the spaces. The aisle was adorned in fresh florals included white roses, baby’s breath, eucalyptus and red ribbon.
Talented artist, Tina Geisler invited guests in with their harmonious organ services.
Following the ceremony, the timeline was carefully constructed before their reception. With this time, the couple hosted a receiving line to capture a fine art portrait with their guests.
Once their receiving line was complete, we captured a few fine art bridal portraits, groom portraits, bride and groom portraits at the ceremony venue, Edgeboro Moravian Church and we were on our way to the place where their love story all began.
To MBP couples, it’s all about sharing our love story on your day. It’s essential. Rebecca and Charlie jumped in the back of my Jeep and we were off to Moravian College. Once we were complete with the bridal and groom portraits there, we visited the place where they worshipped together, Central Moravian Church and the beautiful Bethlehem staple, Hotel Bethlehem.
Following their sunset bride and groom wedding photography session, we were off to an early start to celebrate their cocktail hour. Following cocktail hour, their reception kicked off with their romantic and emotional first dance, parent dances, compassionate toasts, and prayer led by the groom, captured by fine art New Jersey photographer, Michelle Behre at the quant Green Pond Country Club.
Congratulations, Rebecca and Charles!
Ceremony Edgeboro Moravian Church
Reception Green Pond Country Club
Bride and groom pictured at Comenius Hall, Moravian College
Bridal Boutique Lilas Bridal
Wedding Dress designed by Wtoo by Watters
Veil handcrafted by bride
Fur cape handcrafted family heirloom
Engagement ring family heirloom
Shoes Kelly & Katie from DSW
Hair and make up artist Gabriella Tuzzato
Groom’s suit & accessories Mens Wearhouse
Invitations and Calligraphy by Angela Kilburg Angelakilburg.co
Organist Tina Geisler
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Fine Art Wedding & Engagement Photographer Michelle Behre Photography
Styling accessories by Heirloom Bindery
Film Processing by Photovision Prints
The ceremony venue is managed by Edgeboro Moravian Church and if you’re looking for a beautiful, Moravian ceremony space in the heart of Bethlehem, I would highly recommend this Pennsylvania wedding venue.
Want to learn more about our engagement and our Bethlehem, Pennsylvania intimate wedding photography services? I’d love to photograph you, your love, and the beginning of your story! Contact me here and we’ll set something up!