Last year, our friend Eric Smith released his hilarious and popular book, The Geek’s Guide to Dating. In advance of that, he asked some of his couple friends to help with short promotional videos to tell their geeky love stories.
So last July we shot our When Harry met Sally-style video at Quirk Books in Old City. Continue reading #TBT: That time we gave geeky dating advice
Our save-the-dates came in the mail Friday, and we’ve been writing them out.
If you live close to us or we’ll see you in the next week, expect a hand-delivered postcard. Otherwise, keep an eye on the mail. Continue reading Save-the-dates coming your way
Our wedding party will be fairly small, and selecting bridesmaids for me was a no-brainer.
Amanda Boland, whom I’ve known since fifth grade, will be my maid of honor. I walked around the corner to her house one night in late August and gave her one of these with a little note inside.
Her first maid of honor duty was helping me put together similar gifts for the three bridesmaids — our best friends, Melissa Barrett, Sara Scholl and Leanne Salvadore. Continue reading Meet the bridesmaids
We toured a total of seven venues before settling on Stotesbury Mansion. We wanted something that would feel special to us and that would give our guests a unique experience, so we visited locations that either have some kind of programming aspect or historical significance.
In the end, we chose Stotesbury for its interesting history, stellar staff and the stunning grand ballroom that will be used for the ceremony. Continue reading Scouting venues
We’re so excited to celebrate our wedding with family and friends, and we even created #mcwink15 so everyone can share their photos and thoughts in one place — with one exception.
We’re having a device-free, camera-free ceremony. Here’s why: Continue reading No cameras during the ceremony, please