Moorestown Wedding Photographer

Downtown Moorestown Engagement: Lindsey and Mark

I met Lindsey about four years ago in grad school. Lindsey is hilarious, fun to be around, and just adventurous in general. Now fast forward to 2012, Lindsey and I were driving to an engagement session at the gorgeous Wissahickon Trail, she was assisting me (yes, she's creative too, talk about the total package) and she was telling me about a wonderful guy she met and how amazing he was- enter Mark. Mark is great. He's sweet, kind, AND adventurous, just like Lindsey. They love to travel, cook, and enjoy life together. They are perfect together, and if you know them, I'm sure you agree!

For Lindsey and Mark's engagement session, we met on Main Street in Moorestown- one of my favorite places. Then we headed to Boundary Creek just before sunset to finish up and I'm SO GLAD we did. We ended up with one of the most gorgeous sunsets I have ever seen! We stayed until the sky was completely black, soaking up each bit of the pink and purple sky. The last shot included in this post is my all-time favorite sunset photo. 

I couldn't be happier to be photographing Lindsey and Mark's wedding at the Glasbern Inn, in July (woohoo a fellow July bride, like me). It's going to be nothing short of amazing.

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Styled Pink Photography is based out of Mount Laurel, NJ and specializes in wedding and engagement photography in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, but open to other fabulous destinations such as Aruba, Italy, and other gorgeous locations.

Moorestown Community House Wedding: Paul & Danielle

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It was a gorgeous Sunday morning, as Danielle was getting ready for the best day of her life. She was calm and laughter was flowing while she prepared with her two sisters (her bridesmaids). They picked up their bouquets and were off to Marlton Assembly of God for the intimate wedding ceremony. Once married, the bride and groom left the church in a Rolls Royce, while their closest family and friends blew bubbles to send them off. The party took place at the Moorestown Community House in Moorestown, New Jersey as guests danced the night away.