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Dress:  Legends by Romona Keveza

Boutique: Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection

Ceremony + Reception: Mt. Washington Mill

Wedding Planner: Sharlene Sherman Events

Make-up: Karen Weiner, Studio of Makeup

Catering: Linwoods

Flowers: Amaryllis Designs

Band: Hero from Washington Talent

Linens: Table Toppers

Lighting Design: Accent On Events

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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

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Michelle & Scott, Grand Lodge, Hunt Valley

Michelle and Scott were married Thanksgiving weekend at the beautiful Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Maryland.  Ceremony and reception photographed by Anne Sachs and Howard Korn of Artful Weddings.  The gorgeous ceremony room was decorated by Flowers & Fancies, as well as the exquisite bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets.  After an incredible cocktail hour and dinner by Catering by Alan Weiss,, the band, Millenium, got the party started!   Bride’s dress from Betsy Robinson’s Bridal;  Hair by Studio 1612; wedding coordinated by Rachel Fineberg of Mango Productions and video by Jim and Barb Skipper of Black Tie Video.  Enjoy!

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