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Internet dating does not always fail.  In the case of Megan and Dave it was the start of what would blossom into a beautiful relationship.  Meeting in Old Town after Megan’s graduate classes in DC, the couple grew closer.  Dave finally asked Megan to marry him and the rest is history.

Megan and Dave decided to have their first look at the Sherwood Gardens in Baltimore.  Both remarked how truly special this moment was for them, giving them a private moment, where in Megan’s words, “The world stopped for just a second.”  They celebrated their wedding at the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House on a stunning spring afternoon and danced the night away beneath beautiful twinkling lights.

Dress – Betsy Robinsons – Maggie Sottero

Hair and Makeup – Brocatos Studio of Hair Design

Florist – Ann’s Garden

Venue – Mt. Washington Mill Dye House

Caterer – Linwoods Catering

Cake – Linwoods Catering

Invitation Designer – Preston’s Stationery

DJ – Washington Talent

In true Baltimore fashion, Ali and Ryan’s relationship found its roots in 2011 in a Federal Hill Bar, with the Ravens defeating the Steelers.  Before the end of the season Ryan had moved for work to Austin, Texas.  Ali followed him there continuing her work with Under Armour.  In October of 2013, Ryan proposed to Ali on a beach in the British Virgin Islands.

Ali and Ryan chose a December wedding to make the most of the most festive time of year.  They started the weekend with a welcome party at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park, catered by Classic Catering and continued the celebration at the Marriott Waterfront.  The girls gathered at Ali’s parents’ home, while the boys prepped at the Four Seasons Baltimore.  The day was full of laughter and very emotional.  Everyone was so excited, full of energy, love and support.  It was an amazing day for these two families to come together. With a wedding party of 28 and over 300 guests it was a truly beautiful sight at the Walters Art Museum wittnessing these two become one.

 


 

 

Event Planner: Kate Taylor Events

Bride’s Dress: Betsy Robinson’s

Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka

Hair and Makeup: Victoria Elizabeth Designs

Welcome Reception and Party: Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers, Classic Catering, The Floral Studio

Ceremony: The Walters

Reception: Four Seasons Baltimore

Car Service: American Limousine

Valet: Courtesy Parking

String Quartet: Canterbury Strings

Band: Atlanta Showstoppers

Video: Justin French French Media Productions

Florals: Victoria Clausen

Cake: La Cakerie

Rentals: Party Rental Ltd

Linens: Tabletoppers

 

Ceremony: McDonogh’s Tagart Chapel

Officiant: Father Rev. John W. Swope

Bride’s Dress from: Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection

Reception: Private Residence

Florist: Simply Beautiful Flowers

Caterer: Charles Levine Caterers & Events

Invitations: Invitations by Beth

Music: Entertainment Exchange

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Photographers for Sachs Photography:
Anne Sachs and Christina Constantinides

 

Dress Designer: Jim Hjelm

Boutique:  Garnish

Ceremony + Reception: Four Seasons 

Florist: Blue Sage Floral

Band: Raggs & The All Stars

Linens: Table Toppers

Makeup + Hair: Phillip Michael 

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 Four SEasons Baltimore

 

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Kaysi and Ed’s wedding was one of my absolute favorites this year. Beautiful, intimate and a delightful family affair. A candlelit Mt. Washington Tavern served as the backdrop. Along with gorgeous florals in mint julep cups, the wedding was lent a hunt country feel.
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So let’s relax in a surprisingly elegant and intimate space and have some drinks, some cake, some celebration and don’t forget the rooftop patio.
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Photographers for Sachs Photography:  Anne Sachs

Vendors
Venue: Mt. Washington Tavern

Emma + Rodney:  where hip and elegant come together at the Peabody.

Ceremony + Reception: The George Peabody Library
Caterer: Linwoods
Florist: Mobtown Florals
DJ: DJ Carl
Decor: Event Dynamics

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It is coming of age, like marriage, where we cross from the youth of our past to the adult of our future.
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It is the elegance of the George Peabody Library, harps and soloists.
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It is the edgy, vintage, Etsy, collectable. I’m in love with the cards and card catalogue drawers.
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Emma takes small pieces, removes them from their context and reassigns their function. She creates a unique expression of the bride and groom by bringing simplicity into focus.
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The attention to detail, to the simple, to the small, to the essence creates a beautiful wedding and exhibits the success of relationships.
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What a fun time!!! Black tie, all your closest friends and two, count them two great excuses to drink champagne.

Bridal gown was designed by:  Anna Maier Ulla-Maija

From: Saks Fifth Avenue

Shoes:  Jimmy Choo

Rings: Sasha Primak, NYC

Bridesmaids dresses designed by: ML Monique Lhuillier line

Ceremony: Saints Philip & James Catholic Church

Reception: Belvedere & Co.

Florist: Anne’s Garden

Hair + Makeup: Up Do’s for I do’s

DJ: My Deejay

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Katie and Connor knew what they were doing when the returned to their home town from NYC to get married. A wedding on New Year ’s Eve. Every NYE from here on out, anniversary party.
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But this night is the gala, a tux from J. Crew, a dress from Saks 5th Avenue, a dog named Teddy, a whole ton of friends ready to party and of course, a sabre.
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The Belvedere, My Deejay, food, cake and revelry.
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And don’t forget, this party runs till after midnight and into the after party at the Owl bar.
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Photographers for Sachs Photography:
Anne Sachs, Joe Sachs, Christina Constantinides

 

Kelly and Tim have a special place to relax, have a drink, take in a sunset on the water; Castle Hill Inn, a favorite of Newport, Rhode Island. It’s there, on the lawn, that Tim took a knee for the biggest question of his life. It’s no surprise then that they picked the Evergreen Museum and Library in Baltimore, Maryland to host their wedding. It’s a place with an almost Versailles feel. A feeling they took full advantage of with an outdoor patio wedding with the Chuppha overlooking Evergreen’s garden.

For a photographer, the architecture and grounds lend themselves to every shot taken on a wedding day. Its walkways, its arches, its porches are always dreamy backdrops for the intimate journalistic frame as well as portraits large and small. And that is why the Evergreen Museum and Library is one of the most outstanding venues in Maryland.  The subtle touches of florist Fleur De Lis didn’t overpower but added a splashes of brightness and color to set off the ceremony. Out of the open air and into the night with a reception catered by one of Baltimore’s best Chef’s Expressions, celebration, dancing and joy hosted by the famous band Right On.

Ceremony + Reception: Evergreen Museum and Library
Florist: Fleur de lis
Cake and Catering: Chef’s Expressions
Band: Right On
Dress: The Bridal Garden, Chelsea, NYC
Invitation: Minted

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Shoes? Check. Dress? Check. Rings? Check. Looks like someone’s getting…
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Just get some life-long loved ones together.
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Gather those that mean the most and make them bring a Dress and a Tux.
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Because this day is a celebration, a party in ones life like few others.
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And where in Baltimore does one go for such a party? In their dresses and their tuxes, with their flowers and their adoration for one another? There are a few choices, definitely more than a couple.
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But not many as photogenic, with all there is to love about Maryland as Harbor East and the Marriott Waterfront. There is nothing to a Marylander that signifies home, that warms the soul more than the sounds of boats gently rocking in the water, dinging, the chirp of gulls and the scent of salt in the air. Hold please while I slip on my Sperry’s.
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Oh no, I gotta keep my tux on, just a bit longer to enjoy the elegance of a ballroom with pedestals and flowers and the photo, that one of many but that one of the bride, frozen in time, her dress in full flair as she moves down the aisle, all those who’ve come pause, taking a breath of the sublime.
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Ahh, and now we can exhale, let loose and celebrate.
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Celebrate the first day of the rest of our lives.
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Photographers for Sachs Photography:
Anne Sachs and Howard Korn

Vendors for this event include:

The Marriott Waterfront

Ann’s Garden