Take a gorgeous array of beautifully crafted glass sculptures, a stunning historic yet modern venue in the heart of an old mill district, and two absolutely dashing ladies and you have a world class, unique wedding in the outskirts of Baltimore, MD. Heather and Chandra, two sweethearts who bonded over their Michigan/ Ohio Buckeye rivalry, exchanged heartfelt vows in front of about 75 of their closest friends and family members at the Corradetti Glass Blowing Studio. During their ceremony, Heather and Chandra included a sentimental acknowledgement of their new family coming together, presenting gifts to Chandra’s two beautiful children. Post ceremony, Heather and Chandra’s guests were invited to an outdoor cocktail hour with tasty vittles provided by Woodberry Kitchen. In lieu of a traditional sit down dinner guests were treated to delicious heavy appetizers and a heavy handed bartender which made both dance floor and studio photo booth images hilarious and very candid! One of my personal favorite moments was Heather and Chandra’s first look as I think this was the only time I’ve ever seen Heather visibly nervous in anticipation of seeing her stunning bride. It’s just one of those “You can’t pose intimacy” images that just warms your heart to not only remember the moment but to look back on and feel when viewing the image. Congratulations and many years of happiness are wished for our lovely ladies, Heather and Chandra!
Venue: Corradetti Glass Blowing Studio
Hotel: The Radisson at Cross Keys Baltimore
Catering: Woodberry Kitchen
Heather’s Attire: Burberry
Chandra’s Attire: Mary’s Bridal
Hair/Makeup: Nina Tate-Elliot/Denise Brown
Officiant: Rev. Mary Maurey
For more images from Heather and Chandra’s wedding click here!
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