We’re thrilled that two of our friends will read something during the ceremony to make the wedding feel even more personal. Here’s why we love them and what they’ll read: Continue reading Meet two dear friends who will read during the ceremony
We got our marriage license last night at City Hall, and since we’re making every effort to keep the wedding personal, we made a family connection with the license.
A few years ago, I got to do a very cool family history and genealogy project through work and researchers at the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania found many cool things about my ancestors. When we moved to our new house a couple weeks ago, I took some time to go through the documents again, and came across the marriage license of my great grandparents — my paternal grandfather’s parents.
Carl McDonald and Eleanor Lair received their marriage license at Philadelphia City Hall on June 17, 1931. So on June 17, 2015, Chris and I went to Philadelphia City Hall and got our license by answering a few simple questions and paying $80 (cash or money order only).
Unlike in 1931, no one asked us if we’re imbeciles or epileptics. So we’re off to a good start.
Things happened pretty quickly, so we haven’t been able to share the news with everyone.
We moved into a new (to us) house on May 29. We’re just a few houses away from our old place, on the corner of block. We love our block and our neighbors, and we’re excited to be able to stay in our favorite spot in Fishtown. Continue reading We moved! But we’re still in Fishtown
Our engagement photos are ready and we’d love to share them with you.
These aren’t exactly engagement photos, since they were just shot last week. We wanted nice, professional photos of us, and then we decided to move to a new house. Continue reading Check out our engagement photos