This is “The Love List” by our female wedding DJ, DeeJay Shelly & Wedding Photographer Christine Angeline! Combined we have over 30 years experience in the wedding industry. We want to be the resource for newly engaged couples! As experts in the industry, we thought we’d share our list of favorite WEDDING VENUES with you. Each Wednesday we’ll feature one venue we love. If you visit one of our featured venues, please let them know we referred you! Thank you – DeeJay Shelly & Christine Angeline.
This Week’s Review? The Penn Museum! (Also see why we were there -below)
What What we love…
1) The Stoner Courtyard (where this photo of Bertos was taken)
2) Breathtaking Galleries.
3) Glass Mosaics by the Tiffany Glass Company.
Look & Feel: Amazing
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Outside Ceremony: Yes
Staff & Service: Very Friendly
First Impressions: Stunning, Unique
Parking: Close by
Hotels Close By: Yes
Bathrooms: Very nice
Summary: Does the opportunity for your guests to “explore a royal Egyptian palace and come face to face with the 12-ton sphinx of Ramses II” sound interesting? Or how about, entertaining your guests in a “private and elegant garden within the city…featuring mosaics by the Tiffany Glass Company”? Still not impressed? Then would you consider holding your wedding reception under a “breath-taking 90 foot dome, surrounded by the art of ancient China”? If you said “no” to any of these questions, then the Penn Museum is not the place for your wedding! What can we say but WOW! What an AMAZING place to get married! They’re not kidding on their brochure when they say, “Stunning event space and priceless collections make the Penn Museum an unparalleled event experience”! Don’t just go by our word, see for yourself! Penn Museum Weddings.
AFR Furniture Rentals did it again! Another smashing event! Bertos and I look forward to this event every year. So happy we could make it. Check out some of the fabulous furniture, SUPER COOL statues, and oh wait! It’s Bob Mills from Philly Event Group! We ran into it all at the AFR event at the Penn Museum!