Power Plant Productions wedding :: Shana and Hunter :: September 1, 2013

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Venue: Power Plant Productions
Dress: BHLDN
Hair: Reese from DeCarlo Hair Salon
Makeup: Joelle Brodhecker from Addiction Studios
Rings: Bario-Neal
Flowers: Peicha Chang, Falls Flowers
Cake: Alyssa Shilliday, Three Cat Kitchen (Shana’s Cousin!)
Ice Cream: Weckerly’s Ice Cream
Catering/Decor: Birchtree Catering
Paper products/invitations: Friend
Band/DJ: Friend

Shana and Hunter got married at Power Plant Productions in Old City, Philadelphia on September 1st. We went around some small alleyways in Old City for some urban portraits and made a stop at Race Street Pier as well. Shana and Hunter’s celebration was modern, fun and festive, with lots of dancing and some personal touches. We loved that they had friends as DJs and MCs! And their robot cake toppers were the best! Congratulations Shana and Hunter!

A few words Shana and Hunter shared about their wedding:
“When we got engaged, we knew we wanted: a ceremony that felt true to us, a BIG dance party with our nearest and dearest, good food and drinks, and a chance to show off our city to out-of-towners.  For us, the concept of a traditional wedding was a bit hard to make sense of, so we made sure to inject some humor and quirkiness into the proceedings to make it feel more like us, like cans of champagne for the toast, robot cake toppers, animal placecard holders & a late-night singalong to Billy Joel.  Instead of the soft, rustic look we’ve seen so much of, we wanted bold graphics, lots of pattern and color, and a modern-feeling venue, and we were really happy with how it all turned out.  It was also important to us that things felt personal and that our community was involved.  Friends and family DJed, MCed, played piano, made our cake, designed our invites, and Hunter even made a good chunk of the beer for the wedding!”