Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding
Photos by Mantas Kubilinskas Photography

This pair rocked a New Year's Eve wedding at Church & Company in Baltimore like nobody else could. You'll definitely want to see the bride's gold embroidered dress, champagne glass tower, and dance floor shenanigans. But their photographer, Mantas Kubilinskas, got to know them directly and shared with us their whole story. Let's read it and then keep scrolling for the awesomeness…

Matthew and Michelle met at a college party and Matt (according to Michelle) was the party animal that no one could take their eyes off. The couple still have the pictures from that night of Michelle holding her stomach from laughing so hard because of him. As the couple remembers, Facebook was only three years old back then. It was an easy way to connect and of course also check out pictures from the latest party.

Michelle said that she finds it so interesting that there is a picture which they have from that party that says: "IT‘S OFFICIAL….I love Lambie" (Lambie is Matthew's surname), even though they had hardly known each other for just 24 hours. As the bride later on said: she didn't think she believed in love at first sight until she saw that comment five years into their relationship.

They both agree, their favorite thing to do together is laugh. Whether it's in the good times or the bad, these two always find a way to make each other crack up. The couple agree that they have rather different personalities, as Michelle is very free spirited and bold, while Matt is more quiet and reserved. This surface level dichotomy actually brings them both together as their personalities balance them out. As a couple, they are goofy, weird, athletic, loving, and grounded. Although many see them as total opposites, they say opposites attract.

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's weddin

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Rockin' in the new year at this fun-loving Baltimore couple's wedding

Vendors

Venue: Church & Company (closed) • Photographer: Mantas KubilinskasThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them Photography • Catering: BricknFire Pizza • Photobooth: Pixilated • Florals: Thurman & Fig • DJ: DJ D-Mac • Art: Lydia Marie Elizabeth

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