Meredith & Romeo were married in Ellicott City, MD a few weeks ago. Although they were forced to change their plans and rearrange elements of the day because of the coronavirus their wedding was a gorgeous combination of elegance and 1920s glamour.
We did their first look at the Shrine of St. Anthony which served as the perfect backdrop for all of their portraits. The weather was calling for severe storms all afternoon, however we kept faithfully praying that the rain would hold off until after their portraits, and low and behold it did. Besides a few minutes of light sprinkling (which allowed us to get some good use out of the clear umbrellas Meredith had bought for the wedding party) the rain held off until after the ceremony.
They were allowed to have a large number of their original guest list attend the wedding ceremony and then they had a very small and beautiful backyard reception with their immediate families and a few of their closest friends. Meredith’s parents rented a small tent for their backyard and her dad custom built a beautiful dance floor because he knew how much dancing meant to his daughter and how it played a huge role in her love story.
Meredith & Romeo stayed so incredibly joyful and peaceful throughout the whole day and it was such a blessing to get photograph their wedding!
A huge thank you to all the other vendors who came together to make this day possible!
CHURCH // Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church
RECEPTION VENUE & CATERING // Bride’s parent’s house & Nora’s Kabob
VIDEOGRAPHER // Emmaus Films
FLORIST // Something Borrowed Blooms
CAKE // The Maid of Honor
MUA // Makeup by Sadie
Hairstylist // Bride’s Aunt
BRIDESMAID’S DRESSES // ASOS
GROOMSMEN ATTIRE // Tuxedo House
INVITATIONS // Minted