Category Archives: commercial/event

Audubon Wedding by La Petite Fleur

Here’s another stunning event by La Petite Fleur. LPF designed the flowers, decor, lighting and papers for Julie and Lionel’s wedding day at John James Audubon Center. I photographed the details on behalf of Leigh and her wonderful team. Enjoy!

This was such a beautiful collaboration:
Flowers, decor, papers, and lighting design: La Petite Fleur
Lighting: Synergetic Sound and Lighting
Catering: Jeffrey Miller Catering
Photography (Wedding): Swoonoverit
Venue: John James Audubon Center

LGP on Style Me Pretty

Remember this gorgeous wedding? I shot details on behalf of La Petite Fleur, who designed the event, florals and invitations. I’m so pleased to see it on Style Me Pretty today here. Check it out!

La Petite Fleur at Glen Foerd Mansion

I’m continually amazed by Leigh Karsch and her phenomenal team at La Petite Fleur. Here are gorgeous details from Josh and Lindsay’s wedding at Glen Foerd Mansion, event design and florals by LPF. I was there to photograph details on behalf of La Petite Fleur. Stunning, as always.

Bridal bouquet with vintage buttons and lace:

Bridesmaids’ flowers:

Framed ceremony chair flowers and rose petal aisle:

Reception details from the Conservatory at Glen Foerd Mansion:

Lindsay and LPF’s attention to guest’s comfort. Parasols and lemonade to keep cool!:

Cocktail table:

Front Porch at Glen Foerd:

Colorful paper pom-poms with a view of the Delaware River:

Read more about this beautiful event here on the La Petite Fleur blog.

La Petite Fleur Wedding

Please enjoy another fabulous wedding by Leigh and the team at La Petite Fleur. Vanessa and Jonathan’s wedding reception at Cairnwood Mansion was elegant, modern and breathtaking. You can read more about the many thoughtful details here on the LPF blog.

Louis Augustine’s Christening

What a pleasure it was for me to photograph this happy day.

Getting ready:

Gift-giving with big sister and the new Godparents:

His mother (and many others, including his cousin Vincent) wore this very gown:

“A son of so many tears can not be lost.”