Looking for a Baltimore Wedding Photographer?
You’ve set the date, booked the venue, and now the search is on for a modern Baltimore Wedding Photographer. There’s a lot out there, and it can be overwhelming! So I’ve pulled together some of my favorite weddings to help determine if we’re a great style match for you and your wedding day.
Below you will see some of my favorite Baltimore weddings and venues, and hopefully give you some ideas for your wedding. Next, head on over to my details page where we talk about the steps to finding your wedding photographer. Last, but not least, you will be able to fill out my contact form to see if I’m available for your wedding date, and get my package details.
Joan + Joe
Joan and Joe said their, I do’s, on a drizzly fall day. But a little rain didn’t stop them from taking time for pictures on top of Federal Hill then heading over to The Baltimore Museum of Industry!
The Baltimore Museum of Industry provided Joan and Joe a super cool party space for their reception with tons nooks and crannies for pictures. The museum is also right on the water overlooking the famous Domino Sugars factory with an outdoor space for cocktails.
Heather + Joe
The intimate Grey Rock Mansion turned out to be the perfect setting for this gorgeous couple, a super cute flower girl, and some major dance floor action. Not to mention the cool touches of The Nightmare Before Christmas that Heather added.
Grey Rock Mansion is the perfect all in one place for weddings with rooms to get ready in, indoor or out areas for the ceremony, various rooms for cocktail hour, and a lovely space for the reception.
Christina + Malhar
Christina and Malhar came all the way to from the Big Apple to celebrate with family and friends the coming together of the two families. They choose the swanky Belvedere Hotel – 13th Floor for their night club feel wedding reception.
The 13th Floor has amazing views of Baltimore city with floor to ceiling windows and offers an elegant and unique setting wedding receptions.
Heather + Mike
Heather and Mike chose the beautiful Gramercy Mansion for their little bit retro wedding just outside of Baltimore.
The Gramercy Mansion is a bed and breakfast which is great for your out of town guests, and a to-die-for honeymoon suite to get ready in. Heather and Mike had their ceremony in the garden amongst the roses, and their reception in the carriage house with a courtyard strung with white lights for outdoor nighttime dining.
Ashley + James
Ashley and James decided to have an evening ceremony under the gazebo at Grey Rock Mansion.
They decorated The Grand Ballroom with black damask with touches of red and white. There was plenty of dance floor for the couple and all their guests in the spacious ballroom.
Lindsay + Tony
The Maryland Yacht Club was the host of Lindsay and Tony’s waterfront wedding. It is situated at the entrance to Rock Creek and commands a grand view of the Patapsco River on one side and Rock Creek on the other.
This bride and groom said their I do’s right on the water which also served as a wonderful backdrop for portraits. Not to mention this place has some kick-butt crab cakes for you and your guests.
Tony + Amanda
Tony and Amanda planned a large wedding at the BWI Marriott Hotel to host all their friends and family.
The Marriott is one of the most spacious wedding venues in Baltimore, and this couple used every inch. We even used various spots in the hotel for cool portraits. Tony and Amanda took their old Hollywood feel wedding to the next level by showing an old Frank Sinatra movie during dinner, and then had Old Blue Eyes – ok not really him, but an awesome impersonator – serenade them during their first dance.
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