All Inclusive Interfaith Wedding

Aileen and Zac and were married in front of their family and friends on February 16, 2019. Their ceremony was held at Presentation BVM in Wynnewood, and it was followed by dinner and dancing at the beautiful  Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia.


The couple met at work, but they didn’t start dating until Zac moved to New York. After two years of being friends, he invited her to be his date to a friend’s wedding, and the rest is history! They did a long distance relationship for a bit, and then Zac moved back to Philadelphia.


Zac and his family are longtime Sixers fans, so it was no surprise to Aileen that the two ended up at a Sixer’s game on Valentine’s Day. It was an exciting game, so Aileen thought it was strange when he suggested they leave the game early; little did she know he had something even more exciting in store. He proposed on a picturesque street in Philadelphia, and she of course, said yes!

Aileen and Zac are an interfaith couple, and rather than having a non denominational wedding, it was important to both that their wedding celebrate not just their love, but also the distinct faiths that helped shape them. Aileen’s priest and Zac’s rabbi worked with one another, and with the couple, to select prayers, readings, and songs that would compliment one another and highlight the shared values that exist between these two religions. The priest even allowed them to build a chuppah on the alter, which they stood beneath during the ceremony.

Their inclusive approach is a testament to the old adage  “if the ties that bind us are stronger than the ones that would tear us apart, anything is possible” We have all the faith in the world, that these two have a wonderful lifetime ahead of them!




All of these gorgeous photos are courtesy of the supremely talented team at We Laugh We Love Photography. For a complete list of vendors, please see below. 

Flowers: Petals Lane  

Dress: Jennifers Bridal, Delaware

Designer: Pronovias

Hair: Anastasia Rash

Make-Up: Lanette Aloi Artistry

Cake: Termini’s

Videography: Forever Lucky Films

Band: LA Stars

Invitations: Smitten on Paper

Rings: BeiField Jewelers

Church Music: Irene Moretto, Nero Catalano (ukulele)

Married At First Sight Season 8

As wedding florists, our focus, of course, is bringing to life beautiful floral designs for a wedding – But we understand that this wedding is a day to commemorate and celebrate a long standing relationship that we hope will last a lifetime.

When we first started designing wedding flowers, we would hear updates about our couples “the old fashioned way” – a bride would refer a friend, and she would offer us news about how the couple was doing, or a bride’s mom would call and ask us to make flowers for a baby shower 🙂

With the rise of social media, were are fortunate to be able to keep tabs so to speak on many of our couples as they share images from their honeymoon, post baby announcements or home purchases, etc.

Never have we had any, let alone four (!) of our couples, followed by TV cameras to document the trials and tribulations of their marriage … but that has been the case for us this year as we were selected to be the florist for Season 8 of Lifetime TV’s Married at First Sight!

< Photography courtesy of The Harrison Studios >


We are used to multitasking and balancing more than one event in a weekend, but even for us, four weddings in four days was quite a fete! We were thrilled to have the opportunity to try something completely new, and it was fun to collaborate and create four completely different looks for four brides.

As we all know, the wedding is just one day. It is what happens every day after that that determines what comes next. As we head into the finale of Married at First Sight, we are eager to see which of these couples will truly get their happily ever after! Who do you think will make it?!


Jasmine and Will



Stephanie and AJ


Kristina and Kieth


Kate and Luke

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