Amanda and Curtis were married last summer at the stunning Chesapeake Bay Foundation, in Annapolis, Maryland.
When I showed up and saw Amanda’s bridal details, I was obsessed with her style from the start!
She used navy and periwinkle to perfectly accent the nautical feel of her venue. She also incorporated pampas grass into her bouquet and decor. Pampas grass photographs so lovely! It adds texture and softness to the images.
We had a stunning golden hour for their just married portraits. I will never, ever get tired of golden hour bride and groom portraits!
We also did some portraits at the Charles Carroll House, which has an open grassy area right on the water. It’s the perfect waterfront spot in Annapolis for photographing larger bridal parties.
My favorite moment from their wedding day was during the best man speech. He talked about how the moment Curtis meet Amanda at Salisbury University he know that he was going to marry her one day. So sweet and romantic!
Amanda had her sister and her best friend do a speech together. I love this idea because it incorporates your family and your friends and it helps to take the pressure off of one person for the speech. Public speaking is no joke!
I could tell that Amanda and Curtis are best friends. They loved being around each other and having conversation with one another throughout the day.
Believe it our not, sometimes couples get pulled several different directions on their wedding day and don’t actually end up spending too much time together! But not Amanda and Curtis.. they were together most of the day.
I love that they had a bright red trolly transport their bridal party throughout the day! So classic Annapolis!
We got to work with some of our favorite vendors for their wedding day including Vintage Veils, Rachel Kelly Weddings, Lair Collective, and Bay Blossoms.
If you need some nautical, Annapolis, waterfront wedding inspiration look no further!
I hope you enjoy looking through some special images from Amanda and Curtis’ Chesapeake Bay Foundation Wedding!