Headhouse Square & Twisted Tail Wedding // Sherrie & Nate
March 15, 2018 , Weddings
Sherrie and Nate’s Headhouse Square & Twisted Tail wedding was one of my favorites of 2017. Sherrie and Nate wanted their wedding to show Philly’s charm that they love so much, and it totally delivered! They said their vows in The Shambles at Headhouse Square, a beautiful brick structure in a bustling area of town. Across the street was The Twisted Tail, where they had dinner, drinks, and dancing. Since The Twisted Tail is a primarily a whiskey bar and restaurant, the reception was a laid back party with a fun vibe. After speeches and dinner (crawfish mac & cheese? yes please!), everyone went upstairs for dancing, table shuffleboard, and sweet treats. Many guests flew in from out of town – from Sherrie’s family, some came from as far away as China!
An all-star team of some of Philly’s most talented vendors made this day so stunning and thoughtfully put together. Heart & Dash did the planning, styling, and coordination. As usual, they knocked it out of the park! Side note: couples, please contact them if you want a well-executed and stunning event! Florals from Vault + Vine brought a fun colorful palette to the day. It totally made Sherrie’s pink Sarah Seven dress and Nate’s blue suit really pop. ONLO Beauty dolled up the ladies to perfection, and Longhand Edition (a past bride of mine – hi Sam!) did the gorgeous signage. I also loved the blues music by Mikey Jr. Band that set the stage for a totally non-traditional reception.
The best part of this day was how much these two click. All day they were either laughing and being silly together, but also taking moments to really connect. Sometimes I’d photograph them in a quiet embrace, then the next moment Sherrie would be playfully dipping Nate. I’m not a believer in soul mates, but I remember thinking during their vows, “wow, they really are perfect for each other.” It’s always a pleasure and a privilege to photograph a wedding, and this was especially true for this particular day.
From the beginning…