One of my favorite parts of a wedding day occurs when the bride and groom see one another for the first time. Sometimes, it's during a "first look". Other times, it's a little more traditional to have a bridegroom see one another for the first time on their wedding day when the bride is walking down the auto. In this photograph, the groom is reacting to see his bride walked down the aisle doing a wedding at the Atrium at the Curtis Center in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Curtis Center weddings are run by the Cescaphe event group, and each and every venue provide a terrific experience for their brides and grooms. Whether it’s Vie, Cescaphe Ballroom, The Downtown Club, Tendenza, or the Curtis Center, Cescaphe Event group is hard to beat for their value. This ceremony image is one of my favorites from the day, and his reaction is priceless. This was a winter wedding, but we were also able to spend a few minutes outdoors over in Independence national historical Park, which is adjacent to the Curtis Center. As you walk out of the atrium at the Curtis Center, A stunning view of Independence Hall smacks you square in the face. You can smell the history all around you when you are in the middle of these surroundings. There are so many terrific places to take pictures during the Curtis Center wedding, it's hard to beat the compositional scenarios that are all around. From the second Bank of the United States, to Washington Sq., Park, two Independence Hall, the Curtis center is centrally located to all of these amazing locations for wedding photographs.