With navy and gold details, fluffy peonies, and bridal portraits on the Baltimore Harbor waterfront, you have to check out Erin and Patrick’s 1840s Plaza wedding reception… oh, and Erin’s low back dress isn’t for everyone, but if you are as stunning as she is?? Bam! This dress is for you!
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Erin included navy blue cohesively throughout her wedding day. Erin gifted navy bridesmaid robes with monograms. The bridesmaid wore navy bridesmaid dresses. Even the invite liners were navy.
Erin wore a beautiful lace wedding dress with illusion detailing on the wide straps. The back was daringly low and perfect for Erin’s svelte figure. Erin completed her look with delicate teardrop earrings and a classic satin bow.
Navy details popped at every turn! See these adorable mimosas with navy-striped straws.
Before heading to their wedding ceremony at The Church of the Immaculate Conception in Towson, MD, Erin and Patrick exchanged gifts. Patrick’s framed gift brought tears to Erin’s eyes! How sweet! Erin gifted Patrick a Michael Kors watch with special engraving.
Kids stole the show at The Church of the Immaculate Conception wedding ceremony. The ring bearer became overwhelmed by the number of people looking at him, dropped the ring pillow, and tearfully made his way to the front of the church. The flower girl, on the other hand, stole the show as she gracefully made her way up the aisle.
Patrick’s first look at his bride melts your heart. Patrick formed a significant number of strong friendships over the course of his life, and choose his dad as his best man. See the man proudly watching over Patrick’s right shoulder? That’s Patrick’s dad and best man.
On one of the hottest and brightest days in Baltimore, Patrick and Erin pulled up at the Baltimore Harbor waterfront to enjoy the heat! Even with the heat and sun beating down on us, everyone smiled and laughed. Aren’t these a dapper crew?
And then these two. Seriously! They make me swoon.
After taking formal portraits on the Baltimore Harbor waterfront, we walked into the beautifully appointed 4th floor ballroom of their 1840s Plaza wedding reception.
Can we stop for a minute to talk about this cake?! Wow, elegant! It’s a classic ivory buttercream ribbon cake with flowers and a gold monogram cake topper. This cake was such a classic addition to the stately elegance of the 1840s Plaza wedding reception in 4th floor ballroom.
While guests were finishing eating, we headed out to the historic plaza for some photos as the sun was setting. The photos on the Baltimore Harbor are favorites, but these photos add another dimension to their wedding portfolio. Erin and Patrick were relaxed. The light was even and low.
And then it was time to party! Erin and Patrick danced the night away at their 1840s Plaza wedding reception. Chandeliers twinkled, champagne glasses clicked with toasts, and everyone beamed beautiful smiles.
And then they were off! Friends created a sparkler tunnel, and they were off.
Best of luck to the two of you. Keep making each other smile, holding each other’s hand, and kissing with abandon!