One of your best friends is tying the knot and you just said yes to being a bridesmaid.
Of course, you’re going to be one of her bridesmaids. You grew inseparable over the years, and there are a few things you should know about being a bridesmaid.
It starts with understanding that this is a time of life for the bride when laughter and tears can be easily triggered. So, offer emotional support before and during the big day. You may also want to host a shower, arrange a bachelorette party, and help the bride select her wedding dress.
We want to emphasize that we’re there for you in every way possible – helping everyone involved relax and enjoy the occasion.
At Cescaphe, it is our honor and privilege to get to know you as a bridesmaid. And maybe even, someday soon, as a bride.
What better time to dream big dreams? To go beyond the expected, the conventional, the tried and true? If you have a vision of your perfect wedding, we’d love to hear it. Because nothing gives us more satisfaction and delight than working with brides and grooms to help make their fondest wishes come true on their special day. From our personal concierge services, to helping you become more informed through activities like Cescaphe University, we’re always working on new ways to make wedding planning easy and enjoyable.Learn More
Congratulations to both of you on finding the person you want to spend forever with! Now that you’ve decided to celebrate your love with friends and family, our team of expert wedding planners and professionals are ready to help you create the wedding you’ve always dreamed of.Learn More
Every one of you is an honored member of the wedding party, and you’re there to lend support to the couple getting married and their guests. Best behavior goes without saying. But so does fun. The more relaxed you are, the better the celebration.Learn More
Located in Philly’s vibrant Northern Liberties, Tendenza is a sleek and chic contemporary space inspired by the cutting industrial style of New York lofts. When you want your wedding to make a unique statement, nothing else in the city comes close.
Capacity: 150 – 240 guests
Located on Philadelphia’s famous Avenue of the Arts, The Lucy encompasses the Cescaphe brand’s reputation for sophisticated, luxe venues. European inspired brass chandeliers illuminate marble accents and ivory wall paneling for a warm traditional aesthetic.
Capacity: 150 – 325 guests
After all the planning and preparation, all the weeks and months of expectation, all the hustle and bustle of the final hours before, you deserve a day without a worry in the world.Learn More
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REAL WEDDING: Paul and Scott
How did you meet? Scott and I met on a random Saturday night out at Tavern on Camac in Philadelphia in 2005. We decided to go out on a date a few weeks later. How did the proposal happen? Scott proposed to me on Christmas morning, 2019 😊 Why did you choose a Cescaphe Wedding? […]Read More
Real Wedding: Molly and Adam
How did you meet? Adam and I met five years ago through one of my coworkers. A week after, he coincidentally moved into the house a few doors up from me in Manayunk and within days of moving in, we were inseparable! How did the proposal happen? On a Sunday morning in December, Adam convinced […]Read More
Real Wedding: Kosta and Auburn
How did you meet? We were introduced by a close friend, and got very lucky that we were a perfect match! We both knew immediately, and we’ve been together ever since that first meeting day. How did the proposal happen? We were planning a trip to London over the summer to go to Wimbledon and […]Read More
Even as I am writing this email, I had two people message me that it was the best wedding they had attended.
Joe, Now that we’ve had a couple of days to relax after our wedding at Tendenza this Saturday, we wanted to let you know how incredible you have made our wedding experience. From our first few emails with Lisa, to our various tours of your spaces, we were impressed by Cescaphe, everyone was extremely helpful and kind. […]Read More
REAL WEDDING – Lauren and Steve
Congratulations to Lauren and Steve who tied the knot with us at Cescaphe Ballroom on December 8th, 2018! Lauren and Steve met while studying abroad in Prague, Czech Republic 8 years ago. Talk about fate! We are excited to share their special love story with you! How did you meet?We met while studying abroad in Prague, Czech […]Read More
Tendenza, Italian for “Trend”
Tendenza, Italian for “trend,” lives up to its name in endless diversities. This venue brings a whole new level of exquisite glam to the Philadelphia Wedding scene. In its naturality, the urban-inspired ballroom features exposed brick walls with beamed ceilings, combined with chic, dazzling chandeliers and mixtures of glass, stainless steel and reclaimed wood. With […]Read More
Winter Wedding for the Non-Snow Bunny Bride
Winter Weddings tend to be sometimes an overlooked season in the wedding world. Sure, spring and fall can be the more popular seasons to tie the knot, but with the right team on your side, any season can serve as the perfect, intimate ambiance for your big day. That explains why we’re seeing a growing trend […]Read More
REAL WEDDING – Valerie and David
Down Town Club, August 11th, 2018 How did you meet?Temple University School of Pharmacy (2010-2014), but we didn’t start dating until 2 years after we graduated in 2016. How did the proposal happen?Very low key. David proposed right before we were leaving to head to the airport for a trip to Europe – it then […]Read More
Holiday Weekend Weddings
Celebrations are always in season. That’s why holiday weekends throughout the year happen to be the most anticipated weekends and perfect excuse to get any party started! There is one thing many people have in common about holiday weekends – an extra day off. As if having a little extra time off from work isn’t […]Read More
REAL WEDDING – Lindsay & Steve
Cescaphe Ballroom, May 12th, 2018 How did you meet? At a bar in Baltimore, MD on a football Sunday (our mutual friends connected us together). How did the proposal happen? Steve bought a personalized dessert plate that said “Will you marry me?” on it. He originally planned to take me to our favorite restaurant and […]Read More