Baltimore weddings are my favorite weddings, maybe I am biased but I love this city. When Laura contacted me she shared a little of their story and included "I won't even shop for shoes online but I found a man on there" so when she said in her vows "James, you are by far the best thing I have ever found on the internet" I laughed so hard I could barely take a photo. Writing your own vows almost always leads to tears but their vows to each other were both heartfelt and really really funny! It just showed who they were and I loved it. The museum is a unique space that is both educational and a great backdrop, it pops on it's own so any added decor is just a bonus. I always try to keep these little blurbs short because I know you're just here to see the photos but I like to include a few fun details so you can get a little more of a vibe when checking out weddings here on the blog. Few last things and then you can scroll: 1. James and Laura had this amazing seating chart that doubled as a puzzle and even had guests meal choices branded on them. I didn't even notice the little cows and fish until I was editing! 2. They made a photo collage video that played in the mini theater for their guests to watch. 3. Zeffert & Gold is incredible, we are still talking about their mashed potatoes and their teeny tiny shrimp tacosssssss, I could eat 30 of them!
Photography: Alicia Wiley Photography Venue: Baltimore Museum of Industry Bride’s dress: Davids Bridal Bride’s shoes: Coverse Florist: Etsy Invitations: Vistaprint Caterer: Zeffert & Gold Hair/Makeup: Metro Elegance DJ: Mike Simmons Officiant: Chelsea Mcnett Favors: Hershey Bars
Second Photographer: Love to the Core Photography