|WeddingWire has teamed up with Fox 45 and Baltimore Bridal Showcase to give one lucky couple from the Baltimore area a dream wedding BUT they only have one week to plan!
Beginning January 17th, we encourage local couples to enter to win a $35,000 wedding. With the help of our team of wedding professionals, you will get it all, from the dress to the reception and everything in between. Give us a week and we will give you a wedding!
Contest registration ends at 5:00pm on Thursday, January 27th.
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Amy + Ryan
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, Maryland
Urban Chic / Chinese Culture Style Wedding – Amy & Ryan integrated Christian and Jewish elements throughout their ceremony Her dress was Audrey Hepburn inspired. Some of the photos before the ceremony were taken in the Baltimore Inner Harbor. AND the cake was made by the famous Charm City Cakes from the Food Network’s Ace of Cakes.
Tena + Ryan
Ceremony: St. Ignatius in Mount Vernon
Reception: Evergreen House
Photography and Real Wedding Courtesy of: Jackson Photography
Reception Venue: Evergreen House | Flowers: Flowers & Fancies | Dress: Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection | Bridesmaids Dresses: GARNISH BOUTIQUE | Catering: Linwoods| Music: Paradise of Hero Entertainment
Emily + Brian
This wedding has so much TLC. It took place in downtown Baltimore City, where the bride and groom got married outside a few blocks away from a their own home. The reception was held at the Lithuanian Hall, where a close group of friends gathered after the ceremony. The couple shots in and around the city are beautiful, especially because they decided to include their dog.
Photography By and Courtesy of: John Waire Photography
Jocelyn + Todd
Jocelyn and Todd were married at the Evergreen Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. The details of the wedding included bright pink pumps, favor treats for the dogs of the guests, mustaches and lips for kissing in the photo-booth, and chocolate chip cookies and ice-cream for dessert. The location of this wedding is truly stunning, and captures the history of Baltimore. It is a 19th century Gilded Age estate located about 10 minutes from the Inner Harbor. Jocelyn and Todd were married in the Italian style gardens, and held their reception inside of the mansion.
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Evergreen Museum
Photography Courtesy of: Regeti’s Photography