I love weddings at the Baltimore Museum of Industry almost as much as I love this family! Colleen’s mom has been my nurse for over 7 years, so it was truly an honor she recommended me to her daughter and future son-in-law. It was awesome taking care of her and her family for once! There was an extraordinary amount of love and history at Colleen and Ted’s wedding (and a doughnut station!). The bride wore a stole from her mother’s godmother, which was over 100 years old, and beautiful earrings and broaches from her grandmother. Ted’s family and friends traveled all the way from Kansas City, including his twin brother. The ceremony was held at St. Patrick Catholic Church on Broadway in Fell’s Point and we took a few photos on Thames Street afterwards. We literally stopped traffic during the Baltimore Parade of Lights! The couple’s dog, Gus, made a cameo appearance at the Baltimore Museum of Industry adorned with bow tie for the occasion! The day was perfect and we were grateful to be a part of the festivities.
Flowers by Radebaugh Florist
The girls prepped at the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore
The guys hung at the couple’s rowhome in Federal Hill before the ceremony.
Three generations of strong women!