It was Halloween when Shelley and William got married at the Brittland Manor in Chestertown, Maryland. With a fall feeling in the air and stunning views of the Chester River, this venue was the perfect backdrop for a romantic, autumn wedding.
Fall is in full swing and we can’t stop thinking about Patty and Richard’s rustic, vintage wedding (put together with the help of our premier planner, Julie St. Marie!) that perfectly captured the essence of the season.
What happens when two graphic designers get married? A wedding to remember.
Located on the waterfront of the Patapsco River in Baltimore Maryland, Tabrizi’s combines classic elegance with a touch maritime flair.
You can take the girl out of Baltimore, but you can’t take the Baltimore out of the girl! B-more native and Ravens fan, Abby, got married to her best friend, Brennan (a Steelers fan—the scandal!) in true Baltimore fashion.
Coleman & Amberly Engagement surprise shoot secret setup by Rob Morton.
Lighthouse sound is a beautiful golf course located on the bay in Ocean City, MD. The patio and ceremony gazebo over looks the bay and the reception area has large windows that wrap around the building allowing your guests to get the breathtaking bay and Ocean City skyline view.
Historic Oakland Manor is nestled in the heart of Columbia Maryland easily between Baltimore and Washington DC. The inspiration for this style shoot was outdoor an tented beauty of today’s sought after weddings desires.
Annapolis Maryland Pier surprise proposal
Walters Art Museum is me as a venue, with an art historical background, a love a travel, and a classic and timeless sense of design.