Today’s gorgeous wedding comes from local photographer, Amber Wilkie, who we’ll let take it from here:
“Laura and Adam were married at the Corradetti Glassblowing Studio in Baltimore, which is in this neat little artists’ colony enclave and surrounded by lots of awesome warehouses and the like. Because they’re so cool, they let me do bride and groom pictures in said warehouse. Their wedding was elegant in its simplicity and plenty funky in its execution. Laura and Adam were married inside the glass studio and then partied it up in the same place. The couple’s friend, Chase, rocked hard in a serenade for the couple, rendering Lil Wayne’s “How to Love” into a moody romantic tune (hence, the surprise and laughter). I also really loved Chef’s Expressions’ presentation of the meal. They set up three stations where guests could pick up small plates… kind of like tapas. It was a great compromise between a buffet and a plated dinner. Laura and Adam have since moved to Tanzania for work!”
Bridal Gown: BCBG via Bloomingdales
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew
Catering: Chef’s Expressions
Decor: Chef’s Expressions
Floral: Scentsational Events
Music: Chase Willett
Photography: Amber Wilkie
Venue: Corradetti Glassblowing Studio
Beautiful, beautiful photos Amber! If I had to do it all over again I’d totally have a wedding at Corradetti. Love it!
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ooooooooomg yes! loving everything in this wedding – the venue, the decor, the bride in hot pink heels! any couple that has a wedding in a glass blowing studio, is one i’d love to be friends with. LOVE this!
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