Over the years, I have been able to photograph a lot of different weddings in a ton of beautiful wedding venues. While many of them are unique in their own ways, there is one that I keep coming back to. This Manor House at Prophecy Creek Wedding in Ambler, Pennsylvania proves that this wedding venue will always hold a special place in my heart. For Danielle and Ben, it was the beautiful architecture and structures at The Manor House at Prophecy Creek that really stood out to them. For their wedding, they wanted to focus on telling their love story and cherishing the scenery of this gorgeous wedding venue.
For those of you who don’t know, I am no stranger to The Manor House at Prophecy Creek. It is one of my all-time favorite wedding venues. Not only for its beautiful scenery and landscaping (which make it a perfect location for wedding portraits) but also for its superb experience. The Manor House at Prophecy Creek offers a unique and lush experience that is completely individualized for each couple. It’s one of Pennsylvania’s finest wedding venues and is the perfect blend of timeless elegance and rustic elements. If these sound like two key terms that call to you and your wedding vision, then I highly recommend checking out The Manor House at Prophecy Creek.
You can read more about The Manor House at Prophecy Creek and the wedding packages that they offer their couples, here.
One thing that was majorly important for Danielle and Ben was to be able to look back at their wedding photos and feel like they told their story. Surrounded by friends and family from in and out of state, they wanted to be able to look back and cherish one of the most important days of their lives. Naturally, we were up for anything the day threw at us.
The AKP Team started with me heading to The Alloy Hotel where Danielle was getting ready. Meanwhile, AKP’s second photographer, Katie, was with Ben and his home getting ready with his groomsmen. The mornings of your wedding day are always overlooked but can be incredibly influential for the rest of your wedding day. Take your time and really cherish this moment with friends and family.
Ben and Danielle opted out of a first look so instead, the anticipation was building for the ceremony. As soon as these two locked eyes, it was like fireworks I tell you! It was a beautiful ceremony at St. Patrick’s Church and before you knew it these two were newlyweds – woohoo! The moment came and it was just as magical as you could imagine. To celebrate Ben and Danielle had a bubble exit waiting for them at the church steps. This is a great alternative to flower petals and confetti if you’re looking for something a bit more environmentally friendly!
After the ceremony, we headed to The Manor House to take some wedding portraits of the newlyweds and their wedding party. Their reception followed shortly after where everything was decorated to the absolute T. Like I mentioned before The Manor House does a fantastic job creating the perfect ambiance for their couple’s reception space. It’s sheltered and is perfect especially if your wedding day is expecting some inclement weather.
Together, Ben and Danielle surrounded by all those who love them so much danced the night away. A ton of drinks were flowing, the cake was eaten, food was devoured and all was right. Ben and Danielle had tied the knot, the moment they had been waiting for and it was absolutely beautiful.
Thank you Ben and Danielle for allowing the AKP team to witness such a beautiful day and getting to document these memories for you.
Photography: Andrea Krout Photography
Ceremony Location: St. Patrick’s Church
Reception Venue: The Manor House at Prophecy Creek
Hair: Jackie Piott
Makeup: Valerie Biase
Florist: Willow and Thistle
Bridesmaids Attire: David’s Bridal
Groom & Groomsmen Tuxes: Varani Formal Wear
Invitations: I Do Invitations
Videographer: Soft Focus Events
Rentals: Lilac and Lace
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