Get personalized venue + wedding professional recommendationsGet Started Justine and Matt’s Wedding at Pomme FacebookPinterestTwitterReddit Outdoor Ceremony, Peachtree and Ward, Pomme Log in or Join Now for Free to share some love or ask a question. These windows at the Pomme were made to frame this wedding dress. This gorgeous bride adds some finishing touches with her bridal make-up. Extra! Extra! A local newspaper, like the Philadelphia Inquirer, is a special keepsake to look back at what the world was doing on your special day... oh, and those wedding rings! The Maid of Honor's face says it all as they catch a glimpse in the mirror. A simple and elegant bouquet by Willow and Thistle. Caught the Groom and his Best Man having fun pre-ceremony. White and green complimented the ceremony chairs against the greenery of this outdoor ceremony. Friends and family anxiously await the Bride at the Pomme. This quaint bridge at the Pomme serves as a unique aisle for the Bride to make her grand entrance. The Bride and her mother. The outdoor ceremony was personal and reflected the couple. An outdoor wedding at the Pomme is breathtaking from all angles. The couple symbolically poured two vases of sand into one. You may kiss the Bride! Sneaking a kiss from his Bride on that Pomme bridge. The reception room at the Pomme was decorated so lovely. It all came together perfectly, from the lighting to the florals and seating arrangment. The couple's love of literature was weaved throughout the details with a Table of Contents Seating arrangement that directed guests to their table by Chapter. Table Numbers that speak to chapters and favorite quotes of the couple. The Bride and Groom enter the reception at the Pomme. First Dance on the dancefloor at the Pomme. Let them eat cake! The Groom and some friends. Dancing the night away at the Pomme. Silver Sound Entertainment has the Pomme glowing with warm lighting and great music. The Bride and Groom share one final moment on that magical Pomme bridge. Related Log in or Join Now for Free to share some love or ask a question.