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Updated: Mar 9, 2020

“… Make your love a priority …”

Never have these words rang truer than as Germyce and Roland celebrated the culmination of their love story. Love was indeed the order of the day as the groom danced and the bride strutted down the aisle of the Musholu Boat Venue in Philadelphia. Their wedding and reception were resplendent with diamond studded and bling encrusted decorations everywhere the eye fell.

“…“Marriage is perhaps the greatest and most challenging adventure of human relationships…”

From the bride’s gorgeous birdcage veil to her diamond studded nails to her flawless makeup, every element of the wedding is preserved for posterity. That includes the groom’s best man helping him dress for the day, his dance with his mother, and his commitment to his bride.

“… May the spirit of love forever be a part of your lives …”

Germyce and Roland’s First Look, their first kiss as husband and wife, and their first dance – we caught every magical moment of the day that transformed them from a couple into a family. Surrounded by friends, family, laughter, dancing, good food, and good fun, this incredible couple became one.

“… What kind of words does she use when she talks to you?”“She says a lot of we, us, and ours…”

Like the waterfront ceremony, the reception was as unique as the bride and groom. Germyce’s toast to Roland was a tribute to her new husband and his father and family. The best man of the groom’s toast was so heartfelt and touching, it brought tears to everyone’s eyes. The bridesmaid’s toast even thanked Roland for encouraging Germyce to be her own unique self.

At iExclusive Productions, we capture your memories with a professional air that can’t be matched. In fact, Germyce loved our work so much she booked us two years in advance. When you’re ready to capture the fun and elegance of your wedding day, call us to put the best wedding videography team in town to work on creating a lasting impression of the best day of your life.

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