We had our wedding at the Castle at Skylands Manor on May 3rd. All I can say is LINDA LINDA LINDA! From the moment we began working with her, she was helpful, friendly, informative, flexible and so on. The day of the wedding it rained (the ceremony and guests were already set up outside) and she had everyone in and seated downstairs (plan B) in no time. She was extremely attentive to me the entire day/evening. I really couldn't have asked for a better or nicer person to work with. It really made the day that much better. As for the actual venue, it was breathtaking and magical and every bit of what I dreamed my wedding would be. The food was beyond excellent. Guests are telling me that our wedding was the BEST (food, venue, service, etc.) they've been too in a long time. Thank you Linda Pergola and Frungillo Caterers, I truly had the exact fairytale wedding I wanted :)
Frungillo Caterers and especially Linda at Skylands Manor were perfect to work with. Our wedding was more than we could ask for. Linda was super flexible and overly accommodating and kind to us. Naturally, we were stressing and worried about the food for our guests! I cannot tell you how many compliments and ravings we got about the food on our wedding day! There was more than enough food for everyone and our specialty cocktails were yummy delicious perfection! Linda, thank you so much - you worked so hard on our wedding day we can't express how much we appreciate you. You weren't just the lady who booked our wedding and wrote our contract - you acted as our wedding planner and personal waiter on our big day. You created such a stress-free, with ease and relaxation wedding day for us. THANK YOU!!!!! xoxoxo Nadine, Chris (and parents!)
One of the best things about being a wedding photographer from Philadelphia is that Philadelphia is located close to so many great wedding venues. I often get to shoot weddings in New Jersey, Delaware, and New York and the fact that these locations are so close by gives me the opportunity to regularly shoot every kind of wedding: from the elegant, urban weddings at the city’s trendiest venues to the rural, picturesque weddings at quaint locations in the country side. This past weekend I had the pleasure of shooting the latter, a beautiful rustic wedding held at The Inn at Millrace Pond located in Hope, NJ. The couple, Kirstin and Steve were awesome and so were the tiny details they incorporated into their big day: the mason jars filled with wildflowers lining the aisle, the bridesmaids’ red dresses paired with brown leather boots, not to mention the lemonade and iced tea refreshments, all perfectly complemented the old stone and woodsy feeling at the Inn.