From dual ceremonies to bold hues, Kathryn and Eleazar’s big day left enduring memories that will last a lifetime.
STRIDING DOWN THE AISLE of the historic Olde Saint Andrew Catholic Church in Bucks County, Kathryn Jones turned the heads of all guests as she revealed a stunning white Monique Lhuillier ballgown with bright floral embroidery surrounding the bodice. The groom, Eleazar Ramos, greeted her at the altar with an adoring smile and heartfelt vows. Following the Catholic ceremony, a second ceremony honoring the groom’s Filipino heritage was held outdoors at the French chateau-style venue Hotel du Village. “The men wore barongs and the women carried palampay, and Eleazar’s father, a pastor, led our godparents in a traditional Filipino portion of the ceremony,” says Kathryn. The couple, who met six years prior at a mutual friend’s party, chose to adorn the tented outdoor space with multicolored blooms—lavender taking center stage. Loved ones danced the night away to live music, ending with a dulce de leche cake topped with caramel icing and a silent disco-style afterparty.
The four-tiered dulce de leche cake from Palermo’s Bakery had caramel-flavored icing. Photographed by Philip Gabriel Photography
The Olde Saint Andrew Catholic Church in Newtown Photographed by Philip Gabriel Photography
Multicolored flowers adorned the tables at the outdoor reception Photographed by Philip Gabriel Photography
Lamsback Floral Decorators designed lavender boutonnieres to match the bridesmaids’ bouquets. Photographed by Philip Gabriel Photography
Escort cards were designed by The Papery to match the bright florals Photographed by Philip Gabriel Photography
The bride with her niece Photographed by Philip Gabriel Photography