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. […]
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. […]
Anna & David’s romantic wedding at The Engineer’s Club in Baltimore, Maryland really took advantage of the historic charm of their venue and the surrounding neighborhoods! From Anna’s delicate lace dress & David’s clean-lines tux & striped suspenders to the jewelry and accessories, their personal style was perfectly & cohesively classic with vintage touches. […]
Lauren and Michael’s historic Engineer’s Club wedding at the Engineer’s Club in Baltimore was absolutely breathtaking. It was the perfect mixture of airy, fairytale charm with historic sophistication and infused with tons of memorable details (just look at Lauren’s shoes!). From start to finish the day was so magical and we were honored to have been apart of it. Congratulations, Lauren and Michael!
Ryanne and Andrew did things a lot different than most weddings and we were thrilled to be the ones documenting it! This Charm City wedding took place on the historic ship of the USS Constellation. I am sure everyone who has been to the Baltimore Inner Harbor has gazed up at its majestic beauty but did you know they do weddings ? We didn’t! That is until Ryanne and Andrew […]
Here we are — already a full week into our 2016 journey and couldn’t be any more excited about what the year ahead has in store for us. 2015 was seriously amazing and we want to take some time to reflect back on what ended up being our best year ever for wedding photography. We had the opportunity to meet so many incredible couples, shoot in a diverse range of enchanting venues (from ballrooms to barns!) and do a lot of really unique things with our work which resulted in countless memorable moments. We are so grateful to have gotten the chance to form bonds and work with each of our couples + amazing vendors! Having them trust in our creative vision and allow us share and capture their most important memories and details is so special to us. Below we’ve selected a small sampling of some of our favorite wedding day moments of 2015. […]
Chic, simple and warm. These are the words Zhiye uses to describe her and Changjian’s epic wedding at the George Peabody Library. Located in historic Mount Vernon, one of Baltimore’s oldest and most charming neighborhoods, this wedding was brimming with grace and style. Photographers Christina and Stephen captured so many incredible, dreamlike moments that we can’t wait to share!
The Evergreen Museum & Library is an elegant 19th century Gilded Age mansion surrounded by a whopping 26 acres of luscious Italian-style gardens and meadows. Incredibly, all of this beauty is tucked quietly away on the bustling North Charles Street — in fact, Alexis, a Baltimore native, had never even known of it’s existence! Located at just ten minutes from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, this makes it a dream venue for the rural yet urban bride. Read on for a special glimpse into Alexis and Michael’s incredible celebration of love at one of of Baltimore’s finest historical treasures. […]
Kasey and Casey’s incredible wedding adventure took place in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel which offered the vibrancy of downtown life along with the serenity of the bay.
Our engineer couple Katrina and John chose the perfect date for their wedding at the Engineer’s Club in Baltimore: March 14th aka Pi Day! Their love was commemorated with great elegance and thoughtfulness and yet –amongst the regality of it all — there was a fun, nerdy undercurrent to salute the great mathematical phenomenon known as Pi. After observing Katrina and John’s love for one another throughout the day, we are certain that, like pi, it will continue on infinitely into the future!