The seating chart at ONE North Broad directed guests to “claim their throne.”

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We at Philadelphia Wedding are always moved by the different ways couples choose to honor their past, present and future through their Big Days. This duo is no different. The travel-loving, theatrically inclined NYC couple chose to get married at ONE North Broad on the first day of Black History Month as a way to pay homage to their heritage. They also incorporated various customs from their ancestors and their life together. Here is their story, captured by JPG Photo & Video.

NYC couple DeAnna Supplee and Malcolm Evans had a show-stopping start to their relationship. They met while auditioning for the fall production of the African American Arts Alliance (4A) at Penn — though neither of them had initially planned on trying out. DeAnna, a theater arts major, was already cast in a separate show. Malcolm, who was studying finance and management at Wharton and had never acted before, only tried out because a friend told him there was a shortage of male actors. They both landed parts and got to know each other during rehearsals.

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