All weddings are amazing. Jewish weddings even more so. They are a festival of heritage, tradition, love and celebration.
Photographers for Sachs Photography:
Anne Sachs and Joe Sachs
This has been an endless summer of sunny weekends, perfect for the wedding of Emily and Drew at the 1840’s Plaza near Baltimore’s ever-budding Inner Harbor.
The “Upper Garden” of the 1840’s is a truly unique urban courtyard. The guests, seated in the shade of trees that sprout from the red brick patio, watched the ceremony of Emily in her Betsy Robinson wedding dress as she wed Drew under the 1840’s trellis. Chinese lanterns dotted the trees, flower petals covered the aisle. The trellis, with flowers and greenery of the garden wall, became a wonderful backdrop for formal photos.
After the ceremony, the party moved to the plaza. Surrounded by manicured gardens along wrought Iron fencing and the towering elegance of the red brick Fava building and it’s stunning array of 8 foot windows.
As the sun began to set, the event moved to the fourth floor ballroom. Surrounded by hand-painted murals, the room was filled with an era of elegance. Revelers could enjoy the sweeping views of the Harbor. The beauty of the room was accented with bright and exciting floral arrangements from Crimson and Clover. The dining tables dressed spectacularly in the linens of Gala Cloths by Dulany Noble. All for an always incredible Linwoods dinner.
Whats a dinner without dancing in the ballroom? And what a great space for dancing. But what is a wedding without the cake? There was once a time when wedding cakes, well, they just weren’t that great. But that time has long since past and Emily and Drew were treated to the fabulous confection of Linwoods.
To end the evening in style these newlyweds set off from the ballroom and into the plaza with an exit in arms, arms of sparklers –because every wedding night leads to fireworks.
The couple chose to remember the day with custom designed photo album.