Real Inspiration: Kristin & Chuck

Kristin and Chuck recently shared their engagement shoot with us.  They were kind enough to also share their wedding!  They had their ceremony and reception at the Newton White Mansion in Mitchellville, MD.  Located just under an hour south of Baltimore in Prince George's County, Newton White Mansion, is a Neo-Georgian-style brick mansion that sits on a lush 586 acres.  A beautiful backdrop for a wedding!

The bride and groom chose to use Borrowed Blue Photography, who also did their engagement shoot. You can find more of their work on their blog.  Kristin says, "Natalie and Jamie are an amazing team!"  She was very pleased with them.
 Kristin got her gorgeous gown from the Bridal Boutique, located in Columbia, MD.  Venus was the designer.  You can also find Venus at Lilys Bridal & Formalwear in Baltimore, MD.  The satin heels came from White House/Black Market and were dyed teal at the Bridal Boutique to match the maid's dresses.  The teal bridesmaids dresses, designed by Belsoie, from the Jasmine collection.  They also came from the Bridal Boutique.  The bride was very pleased with her hair and makeup, "done by a great team," sisters Crissy Engelskirch and Sarah Engelskirch-Boothe.
I really love this venue!  The couple pass by the fountain after their vows. The beautiful teal and white centerpieces were done by Intrigue, based in Annapolis, MD.  They used crystals, white flowers, branches and tall teal glass vases.  They also did the bouquets. 

 The programs were designed by Kristin (impressive!) and were printed at Vistaprint.  A great idea for the DIY bride!  I'm quite smitten with the statues incorporated into the decor.  Great job, Intrigue
Kristin was completely pleased by the flowers from Intrigue and the decor, including linens and china provided by their caterer,  Dennis Walz.  Walz, characterized by Kristin as, "by far the best caterer around!" also did the bar, appetizers, and main course.  The cake came from Sugar Bakers.  The first tier was amaretto raspberry, second tier, chocolate with peanut butter mousse, and the third tier was vanilla cake with chocolate icing.  All iced in German buttercream.  Ok, now my mouth is watering!
Congratulations Kristin & Chuck!

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