Down Town Club & Curtis Center: Old City
Washington Square Park – One of five public parks established in the city by William Penn, Washington Square Park offers one of the most beautiful and serene settings amidst the hustle and bustle of the city.
Independence Hall – Just a block away from Washington Square Park, Independence Hall gives brides and grooms a stunning photo-op in front of one of our nation’s most historic spots.
Water Works: Fairmount
Water Works - If you get married at the Water Works, you don’t have to go too far for your wedding pics. Water Works is one of the most popular photo locations in Philadelphia, and with those breathtaking views of the Schuylkill River, we can see why!
Art Museum – One of the most iconic landmarks in Philadelphia, the Art Museum is the perfect spot to strike a pose. Whether you have the museum as your backdrop or the beautiful skyline view, this location will definitely capture the moment.
Cescaphe Ballroom & Tendenza: Northern Liberties
The Schmidt’s Commons – Formerly known as the Piazza, The Schmidt’s Commons gives brides and grooms a unique photo op. With the brick wall and industrial feel, this spot is certainly a Cescaphe favorite!
Race Street Pier – Located at Race Street and N Columbus Blvd, this waterfront promenade provides soaring views of the Ben Franklin Bridge and the wide expanse of the river. No matter what the weather, this location is a great option for wedding photos.
Vie: Avenue of the Arts
City Hall - An architectural treasure inside and out, Philadelphia’s City Hall is a model spot for your wedding pictures. Whether you pose in Dilworth Park or by the Victorian style archways, these shots will take your breath away.
Broad Street – The most “Philly” wedding picture you can take is right on Broad Street. With the recognizable City Hall backdrop, you can be sure to capture a timeless and beautiful photo.