The Engineer’s Club is one of Baltimore’s most elegant venues and operates for events in conjunction with the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion. The Garret-Jacobs Mansion is the finest legacy of Baltimore’s Golden Age. Constructed from combining 4 townhomes into one, with approximately 40 rooms, 100 windows, and 16 fireplaces; this venue is absolutely luxurious, which makes it a fantastic choice for a guilded-age theme wedding.
Our day began with Caitlin and her crew getting ready in the Bride’s Room at the Engineers Club. A light-filled room with a latticed windows and benches clothed in rose, this room is perfect for capturing stunning photos of the girls getting dressed. After posing in their matching blue silk pajamas and sipping mimosas, Caitlin’s bridesmaids helped her into her wedding gown. The gown she wore was a beautiful sweetheart top in lace, which trickled down onto the skirt of her white dress. Caitlin strapped her golden shoes on and grabbed her white and blue flower bouquet and we headed to Saint Ignatius Church. Constructed in 1856 as part of Loyola College, it is one of Baltimore’s oldest Catholic churches, with golden highlights, a beautiful alter and shiny hardwood floors.
Caitlin walked arm-in-arm with her father down the aisle and met J.T. at the large-columned alter. The ceremony was beautiful and finished with a kiss, one of our favorite photos to capture!
After the ceremony we walked with our wedding party out into Mount Vernon Square, a beautiful stone and statued park in the heart of the city. Here we took the opportunity to take formal photos as well as some fun candid photos of our wedding party.
The guests were enjoying cocktails in the red and golden themed ballroom of the mansion when Caitlin and J.T. made their entrance as husband and wife. The guests clapped and cheered as the couple walked to the dance floor.
After drinks and dancing it was time for the reception dinner in the atrium. The atrium of the Engineers Club is fantastic with its glass ceiling and string lights. The tables were set with gold chargers beneath the plates and the meal was served.
After the meal and speeches were done, guests gathered back into the ballroom for dancing and celebrating for the marriage of Caitlin and J.T.
If a golden-era wedding is something that you desire, then this is a venue for you.
Venue: Engineers Club