JESS & JD

December 3, 2019

Hello everyone and thanks for stopping by the blog! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. It's back to business over here, and I'm excited to start off by sharing today's wedding with you. This blog entry is coming to you a little later than usual, so I apologize to my lovely bride and groom, Jess and JD. I know it's tough to be patient when you're excited to see your wedding photos!

Jess  and JD were married a few weeks ago, on November 15th.  It was another brisk and beautiful fall day here in Baltimore. We began the day at the Waterfront Hotel with details and getting ready images, followed by a first look and formal portraits on the promenade. The ceremony took place at St. Ignatius, led by Father Joe Muth.  On a personal note, St. Ignatius and Father Joe are my favorite church and priest duo. Father Joe has been a wonderful friend to all of the Daue family, we adore him.  

After the ceremony, we made our way back downtown to the reception, which took place at the Winslow Room. Brittany and the team at Elizabeth Bailey Weddings and Events  knocked it outta the park! The room looked so gorgeous, my second shooter for the day, Whitney Wasson and I both enjoyed photographing the space! Photographing this awesome couple and their beautiful wedding was such a pleasure!

I've kept you waiting long enough, so without further ado, let's get to the photos! 

 

 

 

Jess and JD, thank you so much for allowing me to document your beautiful wedding, I was honored!

I wish you a lifetime of love, health and happiness! XO

 

Shout out to the talented vendors who helped make this day possible:

 

Wedding Planner -Elizabeth Bailey Weddings and Events 

Bridal & Bridesmaid gowns- Gamberdella's 

Band- Millenium

Videographer - Rachel Heacox, Heacox Creative Co.

Photography- Lauren Daue 

2nd shooter- Whitney Wasson 

Florals- Blush Floral Design

Hair- Mishelle Quinto Campbell

Make-Up- Owen O'Donnell

Caterer/Desserts- Linwood's

Calligrapher- MLC

 

 

 

 

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