Kerry and John could not be sweeter, and I loved every minute of their gorgeous wedding day! These two were married two weeks ago in Annapolis, and nothing (not even a little rain!) could dim the joy and love that radiated all day. I think the thing I loved most about their wedding celebration was that the rain was never an issue. We proceeded with our schedule as planned (even moving forward with a first look and wedding party photos in the rain) and it was honestly so much fun! It was clear from the very beginning that Kerry and John were ready to enjoy the beauty of their day, regardless of the weather. And their joy was shared by everyone in attendance! They were surrounded by the most incredibly family and friends, and capturing their love and laughter was such an honor.
I started my day with Kerry at her family’s home in Annapolis. I adore Kerry’s style, and it was so much fun to capture her details before meeting John for their first look!
I will never get tired of romantic rainy-day wedding photos. Give me a willing couple and a pretty umbrella, and I’m in heaven.
I was in love with Kerry’s gorgeous BHLDN dress.
These girls were just as sweet as they are gorgeous! I loved spending the day with such an amazing wedding party.
Soon after we captured the bridesmaids, the rain started coming down a little harder. Thankfully, we found some cover nearby and were able to finish up with the rest of the wedding party!
Kerry and John were married at the lovely St. Mary’s in Annapolis.
After the ceremony, the guests headed to the Eastport Yacht Club for a lovely outdoor reception.
Kerry and John– Congratulations! Your wedding day was so beautiful… full of so much love and laughter. I wish you both a lifetime of happiness!
Church | St. Mary’s
Reception Venue | The Eastport Yacht Club
Flowers | Carried Away Florals and Events
Hair | Jenn DiBlasio + Denise Brown
Makeup | Blush Makeup
Baker | Smith Island Cake
Dress | BHLDN
Shoes | Jimmy Choo
Band | Dan Hass Band
Videographer | Reflection
Second Photographer | Kelly Walsh Loss