From our wonderful bride Angie:
It was a beautiful and not too cold winter afternoon. We had snow flurries all morning. Both the church and the reception venue were historic locations walking distance from each other in a small town on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The bridesmaids wore lilac colored Amsale dresses and the bride wore a simple, yet elegant dress made by Judd Waddell. The groomsmen wore classy grey tuxedos. The flower arrangements were made by a local florist who grows her own flowers locally on a 36 acre farm.
Joey and I kept our vision simple. We wanted to get married! Everything else was just a bonus. We were so lucky to find amazing vendors and pretty much let them do their thing. From the wedding coordinator at the Tidewater, to the florist, the cake baker, and the photographers, we were working with incredibly talented artists. Joey and I were also so fortunate to have his sister, Annie--a recent graduate from SCAD, lead the effort with our invitations, programs, and seating charts. We had the Dean of our new church together and the Dean from Angie's church she had gone to in Laurel perform the ceremony together. They performed an absolutely beautiful ceremony. The whole day could not have gone more perfectly. We found ourselves surrounded by people we love, in a beautiful setting, celebrating a wedding that we felt could not come soon enough!
Genuine thanks to Kristiaan and Lionel for everything. They did beautiful work and were among the most fun guests at the reception :)
Details Venue location(s): Trinity Cathedral/ The Tidewater Inn, Easton, MD Dress Designer: Judd Waddell Catering, Cake: Tidewater Inn provided dinner/ Julie Bakes did the cake Florist: Wenfei Uva with Seaberry Farms Hair stylist/Makeup: Studio 2, Kate was the hair stylist and make up artist Notables: Our Master of Ceremonies was Steve Moody. He was fantastic.