Anna & Shane wed on a beautiful sunny day at the Inn at Perry Cabin in St. Michaels, Maryland. Anna’s elegant, structured satin trumpet dress fit her like a glove and the formal gown went perfectly with the vintage styled ceremony and reception decor. Looking stylish next to her, Shane wore a classic tuxedo with bow-tie and his groomsmen followed suit.
The ceremony was held against the backdrop of the Chesapeake Bay, a beautiful and serene natural view! We loved when Anna & Shane’s families joined them at the altar for the conclusion of the ceremony – such a sweet, genuine moment.
Cocktails were served on the lawn of the Inn at Perry Cabin, with the reception taking place in a classic white tent that allowed in the lovely natural daylight and was warmly lit after sunset. The band was fabulous and guests danced the night away along with Anna & Shane. There was a special guest artist with the band – Ed Jurdi of Band of Heathens! He performed the song for the couple’s first dance, “King of Colorado”. The song is about being far away from someone and Anna & Shane dated long distance for the first year they were together. But Band of Heathens is special to the happy couple for more than one reason – I’ll let Anna tell you why in her own words.
“The night Shane proposed, Band of Heathens was playing in LA so he messaged them and told them our story. They sang King of Colorado for us and congratulated us on our engagement from the stage. We ended up meeting them afterwards and hung out all night. We exchanged phone numbers and have kept in touch over the years. Then it just so happened Ed could make it to the wedding and he agreed to sing our song!”
What a special story, and a truly lifelong memory that was created that night. Congratulations, Anna & Shane – may you have many happy years together!
Wedding Venue: The Inn at Perry Cabin
Florist: Intrigue Designs
Planner: Intrinsic Weddings
Cake: Denise Kenty
Hair: Up Do’s for I Do’s
Makeup: Behind the Veil
Stationery: Knots & Pearls
Band: Jack Faulkner Orchestra
Special Guest Artist: Ed Jurdi of Band of Heathens