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Valentine's Day Wedding at the Lord Baltimore

Catharine Paules and Randy Bielski were married on Valentine’s Day at the historic Lord Baltimore.  Wanting a 1920’s vibe to her wedding, she found a vintage-feel strapless, trumpet style gown covered in lace.  Continuing the 1920’s feel, Catharine sported custom made black and mother of pearl embellished shoes from Emmy of London. The bridemaid’s dresses were from Bella Bridesmaids by Adrianna Papell and were black with silver sequins giving them a flapper-esque feeling.

Catharine and Randy chose the historic and newly renovated Lord Baltimore to continue their 1920’s theme.   Built in 1928, it provided the perfect backdrop for their Great Gatsby styled wedding.  The décor was an elegant gold, black, white and silver. Placed throughout the reception were Great Gatsby quotes in gold frames along with vintage postcards on which guests wrote their well wishes for the newlywed couple. And, at the end of the evening the bride and groom cut an art deco decorated cake by La Cakerie. Catering by Classic Catering.


Gorgeous, Elegant Peabody Library Wedding

One of my absolute favorite locations to photograph weddings is at the Peabody Library located in Historic Mount Vernon of Baltimore City.  { View full post }

Jaclyn & Patrick: B&O Railroad Museum

What a gorgeous wedding…. Jaclyn and Patrick were married at the Chapel on Loyola University Campus, September 22nd.   Everything throughout the day had special meaning to the couple….the bride wore her mother’s wedding gown (which was gorgeous!!!), she and the bridesmaids made the bouquets and boutenniers and friends brought their own special gift – desserts, including the cake, for the bride and groom.  It was one of the sweetest weddings with family and friends playing an integral part of the day.   Fabulous food by the Classic Catering People;  Amazing music from Mood Swings; all in the incredible B&O Railroad Museum.  Photography by Anne Sachs & Tatjana Plitt.

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