Whew - I am ALMOST caught up from before I left for vacation - only a few more to go! And before I head out to my wedding today I wanted to be sure to share this fun wedding with you.
This is Beth and Alexi. When I met them there was an instant connection and we had so much fun at their engagement session so I knew the wedding day was going to be a blast! I met up with the girls (plus some!) at Beth’s parents house and they were SO prepared that they had time to sit and watch “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” AND “The Wedding Planner” - talk about planned! They got married at the church that Beth grew up in - Trinity Church in Towson - which was truly a beautiful church and then headed downtown to the Sheraton Inner Harbor for the reception. It was a really fun day and I think that all of their delightful friends and families had an awesome time that they will remember for years to come.
Here are some of my favorites from the day, but CLICK HERE to see a complete slideshow!
I got to the house just as the makeup artist was putting on Beth’s finishing touches.
One proud daddy.
I think Beth LOVED her beautiful flowers by Radebaugh’s. They were beautiful AND smelled amazing!
A sweet moment between Beth and her maid of honor, June. Can’t you just feel their excitement?!
Beth’s church - Trinity in Towson.
The very calm groom back in ‘hiding’ waiting for the ceremony to start.
Beth put on her ‘must have’ list of photos - “The Best Time Ever” ….I had NO idea what she meant by that, but THIS is what ‘TBE’ means! Isn’t it funny! I think I’m going to have to use that from now on!
The lovely bride.
The handsome groom.
Some more shots in front of the gorgeous red doors of the church - love it!
The first dance…
Some great toasts were given…
Another pretty cake by Sugarbakers.
The ring bearer had this cool pink converse to match the guys pink suspenders!
And some fun dancing photos!
And a little ’serenade’ by the groom - to ‘Bust a Move’…
Beth, Alexi and all your families - thanks so much for including me in your very special wedding day. It was an honor to celebrate with you all and I wish you many years of happiness!