Stacey and Mike’s wedding day was fast paced and had a few monsoon downpours. Luckily the heavens eventually turned off the deluge of water. Stacey and Mike had an intimate wedding at Christ Church in Philadelphia, PA. The church, founded in 1719 is also burial grounds to Benjamin Franklin, Francis Hopkinson, Joseph Hewes, and George Ross. As well as other founding fathers who have signed our Declaration of Independence.
After the ceremony Stacey and Mike hopped in a waiting horse drawn carriage first stopping at Paddy’s Pub, made famous when “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” decided to loosely base their show around it.
Their next stop was at Elfeth’s Alley. Elfreth’s Alley is the oldest residential street in our nation and one of our favorite historic spots in Philadelphia. The dreamy carriage ride ended at Spruce Street Harbor, where Stacey and Mike grabbed some cotton candy and greeted well wishers. Moshulu was the final stop and where the evening would come to a close. The celebration carried on throughout the grand boat and ended under the stars in the city known for love.