Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime– There are many fun and exciting things to do in Baltimore over the weekend. But on a beautiful Saturday in September, Ashely and Sean threw the best event in town that weekend night. Their wedding day was coined, “A Charm City Love Story”, and celebrated their love for each other and their city. Their journey together began at Ropewalk in Federal Hill in 2010. Three years later it was time to celebrate with a wedding. Ashley wore a beautiful Enzoani gown and the bridesmaids wore elegant purple dresses. The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is an iconic Baltimore building. It is not a cookie cutter event space. It embodies so much of the personality of Baltimore, and it is the oldest standing industrial building in the inner harbor. This waterfront venue overlooks the iconic Domino’s Sugar factory and was the perfect space for the newlyweds. Their “Charm City Love Story” would not be complete without shout outs to the B-more neighborhoods. So, Ashley and Sean named each table after a Charm City hot spot and used Robert McClintock paintings as the table markers. Brianna Dixon with Nouvelle Weddings & Events did a fantastic job coordinating Ashley and Sean’s wedding day. Congrats Ashley and Sean, see you around town!