Danielle & Michael in Philadelphia, PA\\nOne of the country's oldest science museums plays host to this couple's lavishly decorated, ultraglamorous affair.\\nDanielle and Mike became engaged during a romantic trip to California's Napa Valley in 2010\\\\. On their wedding day, the bride wore a J.Mendel gown. \\"I loved that it was simple but with a fashion-forward twist,\\" says Danielle, who held a white bouquet wrapped in a swatch of fabric from her mother's wedding dress. Mike sported a tuxedo by Armani.\\nThe bridesmaids wore Priscilla of Boston dresses and carried bouquets of roses, hydrangeas, peonies, astilbes, and lamb's ears.\\nThe 3 p.m. ceremony took place at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul.\\nScreen-printed vintage handkerchiefs served as the invitations; all the stationery was by Bird & Banner.\\nNearly 80 members of the Keystone State Boychoir sang hymns like \\"Ave Maria\\" from the choir loft, accompanied by the Rittenhouse String Quartet. \\"Their angelic voices were such a highlight,\\" recalls Danielle.\\nFollowing the ceremony, guests walked two blocks to The Franklin Institute for the reception. A selection of the couple's favorite foods, including mini lobster rolls, cheesesteak spring rolls, and lamb chops, were offered during cocktail hour. Guests also were invited to browse the science museum's many exhibits.\\nDinner was held beneath the soaring rotunda. Tables were decorated with a mix of antique vessels and candelabras filled with hydrangeas, garden roses, ranunculuses, lilacs, astilbes, orchids, and sweet peas. All flowers were by Evantine Design.\\nTable numbers were displayed in elegant silver frames. The evening meal featured filet mignon with a jumbo lump crab cake served with herb risotto, roasted tomatoes, and haricots verts. All catering was provided by Frog Commissary.\\nThe newlyweds wowed the crowd with their first dance to \\"Nothing Can Change This Love\\" by Sam Cooke, performed by the band New York City Swing.\\nThe remainder of the night included poignant toasts by the bride's father and members of the wedding party, as well as the father-daughter and mother-son dances.\\n\\"It was amazing to spend the entire night celebrating and dancing with our friends and family,\\" says Danielle. \\"We will cherish those memories forever.\\"