Lindsay and Spencer’s Manor House at Prophecy Creek wedding was fantastic. The whole day, from start to finish, was meticulously planned and beautifully executed. We kicked off the morning, capturing getting ready photos. The women spent the morning at Lindsay’s parents’ beautiful home in Doylestown where, after getting their hair and makeup done, Lindsay and her bridesmaids took some valuable time to relax outside on the patio with champagne. Once refreshed and relaxed, they donned their dresses, made some final adjustments, had a first look with Lindsay’s father, and boarded the trolley to head to the church. Spencer was, true-to- form, smiling from the moment I saw him. That smile was a permanent fixture throughout the day. After the moving ceremony at Doylestown Presybterian, they exited to a line of guests throwing rose petals. We hopped on the trolley again where the corks and bottle caps were discarded with reckless abandon and the bridal party got an early start on the revelry of the reception. The Manor House at Prophecy Creek is a gorgeous venue and on Saturday it was breath-taking. With the perfect weather and the stunning work by Doylestown’s Floribunda, the venue looked as beautiful as I’ve ever seen it. After portraits on the grounds, cocktails at dusk, and a delicious meal served up by Robert Fair, The Untouchables opened the dance floor and put on one of the best performances I’ve seen from a wedding band. It was my first time working with them, and they did an excellent job, as clearly evidenced by the many, many, many photos of guests on the dance floor. The whole day was incredible and I know how much work Lindsay and her mother Nancy put into planning it.
Congratulations to Lindsay and Spencer!! Enjoy the photos and be sure to wish them well in the comments below!
Venue: Manor House at Prophecy Creek Park