The couple had a gorgeous Indian and Vietnamese wedding that spanned two weeks! From the red lehenga to the ao dai wedding attire, this multicultural celebration is filled with color and cultural traditions.
If it was up to my husband we would have had a wrestling wedding, but we landed on a carnival theme because we felt like there was so much we could do with it. We picked a historic site, Glen Echo Park, which was once an amusement park in the 40 and 50s and still had some of the lights and structures standing.
Remember Lily and Joe’s dark and romanctic pagan wedding in Maryland that we featured a few months back? They also had the most amazing, spooky, and cat-filled engagement and we thought it was perfect to share right before Halloween.
The ultimate wedding trifecta has been discovered: woods + Ring Pops + pizza. But maybe deep down we all knew that. And Danielle and Jared made it happen for them.
They started our day with a five-minute walk to Federal Hill where they paid homage to their love of Baltimore and where Danielle and Jared saw each other for the first time. After that is was on to King & Queen Seat in Rocks State Park for their mountain ceremony.
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…
As the artist and owner of a candle and witchcraft supply store, Lily had a specific vision for her and Joe’s October wedding which included some Pagan elements. When her florist went out of business just before the wedding, Lily decided to do all her own decor. Keep an eye out for the candles with glittery sigils, a flower petal circle to get married in, and the besom they jumped over.