Happy Monday and July 4th week! We love how there are so many amazing options living in DC to celebrate; remember to be safe and have fun! What are your big plans this week? We our have fingers crossed for a few colorful proposals under firework filled skies! To kick off another week of DC wedding inspiration we are excited to share a classic Annapolis Maritime Museum wedding by one of our fantastic vendor guide members, Mike B Photography.
On a trip to Florida in 2010, Sarah and Matt were introduced by a mutual friend. That introduction led to months of phone conversations and a six-year, long-distance relationship. Through flight training, numerous moves, and missed plans, the lovebirds kept the love alive. They were made for each other. Their marriage closed the distance between them; they were finally living in the same city and looking forward to all of the adventures that lay ahead. Right away, this pair wanted to go all out with a ceremony at the stunning Naval Academy Chapel because Matt is in the navy. Of course, they had to include a sword arch walk through as husband and wife!
Light, bright colors that really celebrated the spring season were incorporated throughout the ceremony and reception, from pink to white to lavender in their illustrated wedding signs and beautiful florals. We especially love the suspended plank arrangement that adorned the reception space. Custom made menu cards added a whimsical touch to the reception while the floral arrangements were lush and romantic. Thank you to Mike B Photography for sharing their classic Maryland wedding with us. In addition, check back this week as we have a stunning portrait session for you coming up!
The following Washington DC area wedding professionals contributed to their wedding:
Photography: Mike B Photography
Wedding Planner: Wedding Savvy Inc
Floral Designer: Lola’s by Carl Cassidy
Hair Stylist: Ruby Salon
Catering: Kens Kitchen
Bridal Gown: Something Blue
Cake: Sweethearts Patisserie
Groom’s Tux: The Black Tux
Reception Venue: Annapolis Maritime Museum
Ceremony Venue: United States Naval Academy Chapel
Artist: Little House Shop