I must say i'm pretty lucky. I'm lucky because I somehow get the chance to work with some amazing couples where the term bridezilla is never used. This weekend I had the pleasure of celebrating Matt and Whitney and no matter what, they were going to have the best day of their lives. Matt and Whitney were nothing but calm, cool and collected the entire day! Not only could you tell they were so excited to get married, they were excited to celebrate with their closest friends and family who adored them individually and as a couple.
Here is just a taste of this non-traditional reception-style wedding celebration at the Corradetti Glassblowing Studio in Mount Vernon, Baltimore.
The speeches were a huge part of this celebration and reiterated how truly loved this couple is by all.
The set up of the Corradetti studio is a mix of cocktail rounds with chairs and highboys with stools. This is not your traditional reception but with the ecelectic decor and rustic charm of the studio means you also don't have worry too much about decor.
The bar is already in this venue which one less thing for you to worry about! The Pantry Catering team are a delight in the world of food and beverage. Their staff kept the crowd moving throughout the night and had everything prepared on time. Not to mention the fall-inspired menu was to die for! I could use some more of that sweet potato mash.
The Bride, Whitney, wanted to get a picture underneath a beautiful sign that said "Believe". The sign was in the middle of the road so what do we do? We make it happen by jumping out into the intersection and stop traffic. Their photographer, Robin, captured some beautiful pictures of the couple. Baltimore has some of the most unique photo opps that I hope every Baltimore Bride takes advantage of on their wedding day. Just remember to tell your photographer!
Their Ceremony was held at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Locust Point. This historic catholic church was erected in 1855 and is a true staple in south Baltimore. The staff including Father Patrick and the musicians were wonderful to work with. Some highlights include a brides quarters, organ, and traditional decor with cathedral ceilings.
That's all for now until we see the beautiful photos by Robin Shotola. Cheers!
Venue: Corradetti Glassblowing Studio Photography: Robin Shotola Photography & Design Flowers: Local Color Flowers Catering: The Pantry Catering Planner: Heather Hagin Events Transportation: American Limousines, Inc.
DJ: Chris Laich Music Services