This was one of my favorite weddings of all times! What an amazing event with two great families. On my way over the Bay Bridge to the family’s waterfront home in Stevensville , I noticed a large white mass on the shore that I never noticed before. The closer I got to the mass I figured out what it was…. a huge tent and I mean circus tent huge. It was as tall as a two story building and much needed for the 560 guests.The reception was located on the family’s soy bean farm on the Eastern Shore and had expansive views of the bay. We started off our pre bridal photography here and Nicole looked gorgeous in her dress from Kleinfeld Bridal in New York ( where “Say Yes To The Dress ” is filmed ). After a gorgeous ceremony at Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Riva, we headed back to the farm for one terrific party. The flowers were done by Colonial Florist from Annapolis and they were stunning. The blue flowers on some of the the tables, were glowing due to the sun bleeding through them, wow. The food was over the top good and was mostly Greek. Chris’s Charcoal Pit helped with a bunch of the food, but the families really prepared most of the entrees. Nick’s mom did the sausage and Cheryl and her son (and sons friends ) took on most everything else. The event had two bands, one Greek, one not and their was a packed dance floor all night.Father of the bride, Nick Kallis was on the floor all night and was one happy man. It was pleasure to be around him and you can tell why everyone loves this guy. What a card! But their was definitely a lot of love at this wedding. By the end of the night all of the people helping with the catering were on the dance floor, all the guests and just one big happy family event. I just want to thank Nicole And Nick for having us be a part of such a fun event and let us know when the next family party happens, we’ll be there.