In the late 1700s, Annapolis became the nation’s first peacetime capital under George Washington. Our wedding, on this beautiful May afternoon, would take place at the Governor Calvert House, a property owned by the Historic Inns of Annapolis. […]
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The Willard Hotel is one of Washington D.C.’s most sought after wedding venues and considered the most historic hotel in America! The building was originally built in 1816 as a private residence, but was then leased out to become The City Hotel. The hotel struggled for years until Mr. Henry Willard was hired in 1847 to run the newly named, Willard Hotel. Over the many decades the hotel has seen its share of history. Abraham Lincoln resided there prior to his 1861 inauguration and in 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. finished his final edits on his “I Have a Dream” speech in the hotel lobby! When Georgine and Charles chose The Willard Hotel for their wedding, they knew they had a very special place to marry. […]
Annapolis is filled with many gorgeous historic homes, some of which are available for short-term lease. Chelsea and Matt decided on using two of these unique homes to get ready for their big day.
Chelsea and the girls got ready in the unique home at 212 Prince Street, a beautiful brick townhome built in 1867. Hardwood floors, bright white moulding and perfect light coming in the old windows, lit our pre-bridal photos with a special glow.
A block away, Matt and guys got dressed at 238 King George Street, a home available on Go Navy Rentals, built in 1920 and only steps away from the Naval Academy. […]
People are choosing barn weddings in herds as we near the end of the second decade of the 2000’s. The high eaves, exposed wood, hay bales and, of course, barn doors, make the barn venue a favorite of brides and grooms. The Southern Belle Barn in Delmar Maryland is the perfect romantic, rustic and elegant barn setting on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. […]
Having a beach wedding is many couples dream, but with the sand, wind, sun and difficult accessibility, it can be a real struggle to plan. The Historic Kent Manor Inn on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, helps wedding planners avoid the beach venue struggle.The 220-acre property offers a beach theme all-in-one venue, situated perfectly to make even a large guest list wedding feel intimate. This is exactly why Katharine and Tommy chose this beautiful Chesapeake Bay location. […]
Annapolis in May is a magical time. People flock to the downtown area for a taste of the summer to come. Shops line the original brick-laid streets with flower pots full of blooms, sun shines on the Chesapeake Bay, warming it for summer swimmers and lovers stroll hand in hand absorbing the romance in the history.
Maggie and Jason wanted to capture this feeling for their wedding day! […]
The Engineer’s Club was built in 1905, after a great fire in Baltimore City the previous year. The club was originally built for Baltimore engineers to discuss technical ideas, but today it has become an exciting event venue, retaining its original period character.
Over the last 100 years, the walls of this turn of the century building have surely seen some amazing things, today it was Kara and Dustin’s wedding. […]