Downtown Phoenixville Engagement | PA Wedding Photographers

Dreamy, downtown Engagement.
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Down a little alley, apart from the movement of the city, brings you to a wall with dreamy tones, old world vibes, and the ability to inspire a travel bug in every passerby. What more could you ask for?

JAMES + NICA

Driven, passionate, kind, self-sacrificing are all words to describe these two. They have a heart for the vulnerable, the oppressed. And feel called to ministry in Southeast Asia. New culture and different languages excite them. Nica, with that Puerto Rican-blood running deep, loves loves loves to cook, entertain, and serve the people in her life so intentionally. It is beautiful to see. She uses food as a way of healing, calming, loving anyone around her.

On a seemingly-perfect Spring afternoon, We roamed around the city together, finding all the cute spots and brick-lined streets. Ivy corners. And romantic views. We reminisced on their engagement and all the hiccups and mountain tops in their story. Down a little alley, apart from the movement of the city, brings you to a wall with dreamy tones, old world vibes, and the ability to inspire a travel bug in every passerby.
What more could you ask for?

Nica’s sweet words:
I said yes to you. Yes to being together for the rest of our days. Yes to the mountain tops of success + joy, to the low valleys of failure + sadness,
all with you.”

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Intimate, city-vibes engagement session with two of the kindest people. Are not these photographs the sweetest??
DOWNTOWN PHOENIXVILLE ENGAGEMENT
a bright sun
danced with the trees,
eyes spoke feelings
only she could see
DOWNTOWN PHOENIXVILLE ENGAGEMENT
Down a little alley, apart from the movement of the city, brings you to a wall with dreamy tones, old world vibes, and the ability to inspire a travel bug in every passerby. What more could you ask for?

Down a little alley, apart from the movement of the city, brings you to a wall with dreamy tones, old world vibes, and the ability to inspire a travel bug in every passerby.
What more could you ask for?