I hope you are ready for a Monday morning dose of dreamy wedding inspiration! Lisa and Jarratt wed on the waterfront at the State House at Historic St Mary’s City with a romantic and very colorful Maryland wedding. Their elegant wedding in southern Maryland was certainly a family affair with the couple’s little boy serving as a member of the wedding party! With a popping color palette of coral and turquoise blue, the group celebrated the wedding ceremony outdoors beneath the beautiful sunset and we just can’t get enough of their incredible waterfront backdrop! Getting married on the water was a priority for this couple and we couldn’t agree more! Special thanks their wedding planner Trebella Events and their photographer Birds of a Feather Photography for sharing these Lisa and Jarratt’s wedding photos with us!
From the bride: We wanted a romantic feel to our wedding with a waterfront backdrop.
My favorite wedding memory was walking down the aisle to my husband. It was so beautiful being surrounded by family and friends and having an amazing backdrop.
Congratulations to Lisa and Jarratt! Thanks for sharing your waterfront wedding ceremony with us. Stay tuned, up next we’re sharing their southern Maryland tented wedding reception with you!
The following Washington DC area wedding professionals contributed to their wedding:
Wedding Planner + Floral Designer: Trebella Events
Photography: Birds of a Feather Photography
Transportation: Diamond Limousines
Bride’s Dress: Enzoani
Bridal Salon: Serendipity Bridal and Events
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Ceremony + Reception Venue: State House at Historic St Mary’s City
Ceremony + Reception Music: DJ Dave
Caterer: Expressions of St Mary’s
Cake/Dessert: Anita’s Cake Shop
Linens: Rentals to Remember
Photo Booth: Royal Memories Photo Booth
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Photo Credits: Birds of a Feather Photography