1840’s City Lights Wedding by Jill Fannon Photography
If you’re the bride that wants to forgo all the worries about wedding day decor, a venue like the 1840’s Plaza provides all the ambiance you need to have a beautiful wedding. Today’s wedding was all about being surrounded by friends and family while having a stunning space in which to share a special day.
The bride wore a simple tea length gown with an illusion bodice trimmed with laced and cap sleeve. The bridesmaids wore mismatched royal blue gowns. Their florals were simple bouquets with Veronica, pale pink peony blooms, and Dusty Miller.
The ceremony was held inside the 1840’s Plaza, City Lites room. Muted, sheer drapes, along the ceiling, draw all attention to a beautiful, large-scale, antique chandelier. Exposed wooden beams create a warm feel and massive windows flood the space with natural light. This is truly an intimate and luxurious ceremony site. The bride’s uncle officiated the nuptials, while two of their best friends played guitar.
The reception was held in the same space as the ceremony. Additional decor was minimal, but the look was complete and styled. For dessert, the couple kept traditions simple. The groom’s mother made a German tart for the ‘wedding cake’. Guests were also treated to an ice cream sundae bar. Love, laughter and joy abounded for this simply elegant wedding where family and friends contributed to the events of the day.
If you’re looking for a venue with character and style, the 1840’s Ballroom offers historic charm and a romantic feel that will have your guests swooning and enjoying the setting of your wedding.
Ceremony Venue: 1840’s Plaza : City Lites Room
Caterer: Zeffert and Gold Catering
Photographer: Jill Fannon Photography
Band/Deejay: Washington Talent Agency, Mike Sherman
Invitations/Paper Goods: Parklife Press
Hair Stylist & Make-Up: Haute Blow Dry Bar in Baltimore
Brides Dress: BHLDN
Bride’s Shoes: Vince Camuto
Groom’s Attire: Suit Supply
Favors: Kettle Corn from DelMarVa Popcorn & Nut Company