Matt and Elaine met as freshmen at Lehigh University. Though it was obvious to their siblings and friends that there was something between the two of them, they didn’t become a couple until five years later. Ten years after they first met, they tied the knot surrounded by family and friends in the heart of Philadelphia.
Elaine loves history, so a wedding at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA made perfect sense. They said their vows on a snowy/rainy April day in a ceremony that combined both of their Catholic and Jewish faiths. They planned a number of unique moments to capture that day: from signing their ketubah in Signer’s Hall, surrounded by statues of the founding fathers, to recreating a photo of Elaine and her siblings during a childhood trip to the Constitution Center. I wish Matt and Elaine all the best in their future together!