I met up with Taryn and Peter in June to capture their Philadelphia engagement session in both Old City (where they used to live) and the iconic Ben Franklin Bridge. As they both remember fondly living there, we wanted to be sure to capture a few photos in their old neighborhood before they moved. We had so much fun walking about this historic part of the city!
The session began at Head House Square, then later walked to Washington Square Park. We also made sure to stop at their favorite brewery “Mac’s Tavern” on Market Street before finishing out session at Race Street Pier. You can view our exact walking route linked at the bottom of this post!
Taryn and Peter were slated to marry this May but have now postponed due to COVID-19. I’m thankful to be still be photographing their wedding in the fall at Skytop Lodge in New York. It was lovely meeting these two and learning more about how their love story began. I hope you enjoy my favorites from their engagement session below! #loveisnotcancelled
If you enjoyed this classic Philadelphia engagement session, you’ll love Mikaela and Bryson’s historic DC session here!
View our route on foot for this session here!
Note: These images were captured by Michelle as an associate photographer for Lauren Fair.