Fairmount Water Works Engagement Session | Jill + Pat
We met on St. Patrick’s day at McGillin’s in center city!
He is my partner in crime, greatest supporter, and best friend I can do everything with and also nothing with and still have the best time.
He got about 100 people to lie to me and tell me I had a fundraiser to go to at Assembly rooftop bar. But when I got up there, there was no fundraiser just Pat standing at the end of the balcony. It was the best day of my life.
The past 3 years since we started dating, almost every weekend we take a walk up by the art museum. On those walks we have talked about funny things, important things, sad things, happy things, and this area has become home to us. We wanted to capture our love in a place that meant something to us.
Its been so much fun, we are able to get both of our families involved so it feels like a family affair!
John was awesome, he made us feel so comfortable and allowed us to have fun with the shoot! We had a blast!
We don’t like to go to restaurants where we have to sit on opposite sides of the table. We only like to sit next to each other.
We like to go to the dog park and watch the dogs play, the problem is we don’t have a dog so we really don’t have stake in the game.
Pat + Jill plan to wed October 23, 2020 at Union Trust. We wish them the best and can’t wait for them to start their life together. Are you planning your own Fairmount Water Works Engagement Session? Can’t decide on the spot? Click the article below:
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About the Author: John Ryan is a portrait and wedding photographer in Philadelphia. He covers 20-30 weddings each year for discerning couples that love bold, vibrant, dramatic imagery, off-camera flash use, and wide-angle environmental portraiture.
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