South Jersey Wedding Photographer | New Jersey | Philadelphia | Ambar Moreno Photography
The Mansion on Main Street Jersey WeddingThe Mansion on Main Street Wedding. One of our favorite wedding venues that we love to photograph is located right in our own town of Voorhees Township. It’s The Mansion on Main Street located in Voorhees Township, New Jersey. We are always excited to photograph a wedding at this wonderful venue that has a grand and luxurious feel to it. This couple was so much fun to photograph on their wedding day. They were affectionate toward each other and the photojournalistic moments photographed were special and very endearing. We started our day at the Staybridge suites in Mount Laurel for the getting ready portion of the day. We spent time photographing the details of the dress, her shoes and jewelry along with all the other items that were carefully chosen for her wedding. We also took time to photograph the interaction between the bride and her bridesmaids. The candid moments a bride or groom has with their wedding party are memories that the couple will want to relive later on through their photos. We photograph the laughter and the joyful tears they share together. After the ceremony and at the beginning of the reception, we look forward to photographing the couple during their first dance. We converted this photo into a black and white image, which adds a nostalgic and romantic look to it. The Mansion on Main Street located in Voorhees, New Jersey is a spectacular venue that offers elegance and beauty to a wedding day. The photographic opportunities are endless. We spend much of the day photographing candid moments with our 70-200mm lens. It allows us to keep our distance, but yet give us the ability to capture intimate moments.
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