If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times – First Look’s ROCK!! The looks on their faces when a bride and groom are seeing each other for the first time is simply amazing. And as you can tell from the pictures of Cat’s walk down the aisle – it certainly didn’t detract from the excitement and emotion. We spent plenty of time with portraits, and got all the family portraits done before the ceremony at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Baltimore City.
Surrounded by friends and family, and enveloped in their love, the words spoken at the ceremony between Cat+Will, read like a Shakespeare play. Well thought out details, an emotional bridal entrance, and a dramatic first kiss all led to the beginning of their forever.
Guests browsed through the Baltimore Museum of Industry’s relics during cocktail hour, and enjoyed the lounge set up by Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Creative. After Cat changed from her amazing blush colored Monique L’huillier dress, into a shorter dress that she could dance in, the couple was introduced and performed a Celtic dance to kick off this creative wedding reception at the Baltimore Museum of Industry! They invited guests to join them in Irish dances, and Irish music filled the air for the rest of the evening. Cat+Will hand folded the hundreds of origami cranes that lined the floor to ceiling windows at the museum, and adorned the top of the cake. Local Color Flowers provided the spectacular bouquets and flower arrangements for the tables. Berger Cookies were offered to guests along with slices of the gigantic cake. I was lucky enough to sneak Cat+Will outside for a few sunset photos, and I’m so glad we were able to capture the last of the golden rays of the day!
Briana from Nouvelle Weddings kept things running like a well-oiled machine, and my 2nd shooter, Becca Watkins, helped me to capture the priceless moments. Cat+Will, thanks for allowing me to capture your wedding day!