Victor and Elizabeth’s intimate ceremony showcased the strong bond between the two. From the photographer: “In these times of uncertainty and being in the midst of a pandemic, one thing still remains – the powerful bond between Elizabeth Ann Rice and Victor Wang. 2020 may have changed a lot of people’s plans, but that doesn’t mean your wedding won’t be meaningful or beautiful. Regulations are everchanging, plans are shifting – it’s been a messy year. A wedding is about two people in love making a lifetime commitment to each other. Victor and Elizabeth weren’t about to let COVID-19 get in the way of that.”
Their intimate ceremony was held at Old Saint Joseph’s Church in in Philadelphia. This historic church shared timeless pieces of art, stained glass windows, and beautiful décor. From the photographer: “Their ceremony was intimate and heartfelt, and the vows expressed their genuine love for one another. The entire setting was breathtaking and classical. Of course, Philly itself is a remarkable city perfect for any wedding setting. Elizabeth’s hair was on point, thanks to Chateau Blu Hair Studio. The princess up-do with her veil was lovely, along with her wedding gown from The Sample Rack. Having accommodating vendors helped a bunch and really pulled the wedding off. They were in luck when Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q quickly delivered food straight from Texas overnight.” Fun fact: Both Victor and Elizabeth are dancers. They met in August 2017 while practicing the foxtrot at Stardust Ballroom in Beemawr, NJ.Their love for the same hobby is genuinely inspiring. Despite everything that’s been going on this year, these two managed to go with the flow, embrace the unknown, and still conquered their ‘I do’s.
Jewelry: Brilliant Earth//Jewelry: James Allen//Hair Stylist: Chateau Blu Hair Studio//Jewelry: D’Antonio & Klein Jewelers//Floral Designer: Accents by Michele Flower & Cake Studio//Dress Store: The Sample Rack//Ceremony Location: Old Saint Joseph’s Church//Photographer: J&J Studios, LLC