Ewa and Colin’s wedding day vision was very simple: gather their absolute closest family and friends for an intimate wedding ceremony at the beautiful Tenth Presbyterian Church and then walk over to The Rittenhouse for a relaxed and delicious luncheon in the incredibly classy tea room. I loved how their easy-going nature set the tone for the day. Even though it was drizzling in the morning before the ceremony, they were still enthusiastic about strolling through the quaint Rittenhouse streets to take portraits on the way to the church. Ewa’s tea length dress of tiered lace paired with metallic flats (yes, girl!) and jeweled headband was classic, practical, and suited her personality perfectly. She even DIY’d her hair and makeup AND her bouquet! So impressive! I loved how Colin met her halfway down the aisle so they could walk the rest of the way together. And I don’t think I’ve ever said this before – but the church organist was truly spectacular! Ewa and Colin showed that you don’t need to plan a ton of the typical wedding details to have a meaningful and memorable wedding day.