We had the pleasure of working with Jennifer and Christopher on their big day back in April. I swear April is becoming the new May because we were crazy busy this year and our 2012 April is booking really fast! We were lucky not to get those infamous April showers because it was in the forecast. Jennifer and Christopher were able to have their dream wedding on the lawn of the gorgeous Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay. Of course the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay has all the Easter Shore photo ops you could ever imagine ... fantastic water views, a romantic beach and the most perfect oak tree perched up on a hill overlooking the choptank river. However, lets not forget the hidden gems in the hotel itself! The raven's nest architecture is grand and modern (perfect place for a reveal if the couple is going to see each other before the ceremony), an indoor waterfall near the spa and this funky but romatinc hallway right behind the bar which has orange tinted lighting and cool flooring! Can you tell we love working at the Hyatt in Cambridge!!! Props go out to Rentals to Remember for making the ballroom look even more amazing and My Deejays for keeping the dance floor moving!
Jessica and Jeff were such a pleasure to work with on their special day. There relationship is a special one and I was honored to be capturing all the moments. The ceremony was at the most beautiful Catholic Church, "Jesus the Good Shepherd", in Owings, Maryland. I have never seen such a beautiful church with the white stone, archways and open space. I always do some formal portraits at the ceremony location but this time I spent extra time because it was so gorgeous! Little did I know I was going to an amazing reception location as well! I had never shot at the Old South Country Club before and I am sure glad I got a chance. It is such a charming place with rolling farmland surrounding it (a photographer's dream spot!). My DeeJay rocked the reception and I don't know who did the flowers...but wow! Overall, great wedding. I am glad that I met Jessica and Jeff and I wish them tons of happiness in the future.