Katie and David were married on June 11th at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. For wedding day prep, I met the girls at the Four Seasons in Harbor East. Katie and her bridesmaids could not have been more kind, helpful, and super chill! Wrangling large wedding parties can be, well…crazy. But these ladies and gentlemen were 100% on board to help make Katie and David’s day awesome. Details about this lovely couple’s wedding can be found at the bottom of the post.
Baltimore Harbor Wedding
Moments after I arrived, the girls were already helping out by hanging up the dresses so I could get a photo of the gowns together. After everyone was dressed, we headed to the Harbor East promenade for the first look. The girls and guys made a wall around David and Katie to help create a more private space away from the people passing by. After a few photos on the waterfront, we made our way to the Baltimore Museum of Industry. During the reception, there were two surprise guest appearances. The first to show was Mr. Natty Boh. You can find this Baltimore icon on the National Bohemian beer can, winking from a tower in the city, framed as artwork on walls, and tattooed on skin all across Charm City. But to see him in person is a rare treat. The second guest was the Miss Twist ice cream truck. Nothing brings back summer memories in the city like the sound of the ice cream truck. This special treat is a favorite for Katie and David and it was really cool of them to share the experience with their guests. The dance party went strong all night and included some pretty spectacular dance rallies to the songs Mamma Mia, Wilson Phillips Hold On, and Kid Rock Cowboy. What an incredible party!!! Congrats Katie and David!
Their team of talent:
hair-Kiera Jon – bombshell salon Ellicott city
makeup- Amanda Carrera – Blend Event
wedding dress design and shop- BHLDN
suits- Nordstrom & Men’s Warehouse
cake- La Cakerie
Dj- Kristen Stoneman
caterer- Zeffert and Gold
wedding planners: NoLo Weddings and Events
second photographer- Anna Arpasi