Emily and Steven have spent the years traveling the world together, one new country after another. So it was only natural for them to name each of the tables after a different country they’ve visited. All of the special touches during their wedding day pointed back to who they are together as a couple, and who they will continue to be now that they’re married. Their wedding day was a first for me. An early morning ceremony followed quickly behind with a brunch full of decadent foods fit for a family getting together to celebrate the unity and love of such a special couple. Mimosas were flowing from the bar, the scent of french toast and maple syrup wafted through the air, we were surrounded by breathtaking florals and soft pink rose petals tossed in the aisle, and we actually had time to get a fun photograph of every single guest in attendance.
It was such a magical day and I’m so thrilled that I had the chance to work with such an amazing vendor team that helped to give Emily and Steven the wedding day they dreamed of for the past year. This is a day I’ll never forget!
Venue || Historic Kent Manor Inn, Stevensville, MD
Florals || Alicia Jayne Florals
Events Planning || TinaRose Weddings & Events
Wedding Gown || Betsy Robinson Bridal
Hair & Makeup Artist || Heather Rea Style Studio
Bridesmaid Dress || BHLDN
Groom and Groomsman’s Tux || Men’s Warehouse
Invitation Suite || Minted
Officiant || Liz Moloney
Strings Trio || Antares Musicians
One thing I noticed immediately during their First Look was how in love with each other they really are. They exchanged laughs of nervousness but instantly settled into a huge hug that calmed them both. And there’s no doubt in my mind that Steven was blown away at how beautiful Emily was in her elegant gown.
Because of the rain the ceremony was moved into this stunning Garden House in the back of the property. The surrounding windows and gorgeous chandelier made for one breathtaking location to exchange their vows.
Emily’s veil was her own mother’s veil, with a touch of new lace added around the edges. I can’t think of a more perfect “borrowed, new & old” item she could have for her wedding day!
Congratulations, Emily and Steven on such a wonderful beginning to your marriage! I can’t wait to hear all about your honeymoon trips to Dubai, Cambodia, and Thailand in November!!!!
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