Greenery hoop chandeliers, soft mauve accents and the oldest Roman Catholic Cathedral in the US are just a few of the elements that set the stage for Nick and Claire’s spring Baltimore wedding. With cherry blossoms in bloom and a 19th c mill playing reception host, we’re swept into Heaven by their classically elegant details in the industrial space. So if you’re a fan of exposed brick, greenery and romantic wedding decor, prepare to be enamored by the images below!
When you have a couple as in love as N+C, the candids come easily. And Lauren Swann Photography perfectly captures the light airiness of the day that only comes when you’re head over heels in love.
The texture, the calligraphy, the vintage post stamps! We’ll never tire of the paper good designs from Kelsey Malie Calligraphy.
From the planner, Adriana Marie Events: They met at their Catholic high school, and finally tied the knot in the oldest Roman Catholic Cathedral built in the United States 10 years later. Claire and Nick are sweet down to the bone, and we wanted their wedding day to feel just as sweet. We filled their day to the brim with organic detailing, blush and white accents, mauve tones and a dripping floral chandelier that they danced the night away under. The Mt. Washington Mill Dye House, full with Baltimore history housed their reception for an industrial driven vibe that we balanced with lush and romantic everything. From their handcrafted sweetheart table to velvet lounge sets, this wedding was a dream from start to finish.
Her flowy gown with intricate embroidery from Wren Bridal is making our hearts skip a beat!
Video by Ethan Wise Films:
The pièce de résistance of the reception was the romantic greenery chandeliers above each table from Blossom & Vine. It’s like everyone has their own little cloud!
From the couple: Our wedding day was almost eight years in the making and it was better than we could have ever imagined. Every moment of the day was pure magic! If I had to pick my favorite part of the day, it would be an easy decision: when the doors of the Basilica opened to see Nick standing at the end of the aisle waiting for me, with tears already in his eyes. A close second was seeing our reception space at the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House. It was the first wedding reception venue that Nick and I looked at with my parents. When we walked out of the Dye House, we immediately knew that this was the reception venue for us. From the exposed brick to the neutral colors, this venue offered a space where we could transform it into the perfect reception. It became an absolute dream! The design centered on a hanging wreath of flowers and greenery that was suspended over the dance floor. Our design also included gold flatware and mauve accents, which looked stunning with the exposed brick. We were so lucky that there were cherry trees outside of our venue that were in peak bloom for our wedding! We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day to celebrate the next stage of our love story.?
Photography: Lauren Swann Photography
Videography: Ethan Wise Films
Planning & Design: Adriana Marie Events
Floral Design: Blossom & Vine
Ceremony Venue: Baltimore Basilica
Reception Venue: Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
Gown: Wren Bridal
Hair: PSC Hair Artistry
Makeup: Kelley Unthank
Rentals: White Glove Rentals
Stationery: Kelsey Malie Calligraphy
Signage: Grove Lettering Co.
Catering: Copper Kitchen
Music: District Remix