Baltimore Museum of Art Wedding, Baltimore Maryland
Michele and Milton are married! The newlyweds planned an elegant and modern wedding day at the Baltimore Museum of Art that truly captured them and their incredible personalities. When I asked Michele and Milton what inspired them to choose the Baltimore Museum of Art, they told me that it was the place they took their first big trip together as a couple- which made it the perfect venue for their wedding.
Spring Wedding Inspiration
They had stunning plum, navy, and olive details – everything from their invitation suite to their canopy and reception decor matched their classic and sophisticated vision for the day. Michele and Milton chose to have a first look before their Ketubah Signing and ceremony, which meant we had extra time for portraits before the guest arrived. The museum steps were the perfect setting for their large wedding party and family formals. Afterward, they were married in a traditional Jewish ceremony inside the museum. One of my favorite photos has to be from their ceremony, where you can see the gorgeous modern chandelier as they’re exchanging vows!
Following the ceremony, their incredible vendor team flipped the space into the reception! I loved that they reused the canopy to sit under during their reception. It made the perfect decor for a sweetheart table, where Michele and Milton could listen to the speeches their wedding party made. Their parents, best men, and maids of honor took turns in their speech. The fact that they met while working at the Department of Commerce in DC came up a few times in the speeches! The rest of the reception was a blast too. Not only is Michele’s family from Texas, but many are Texas A & M Alum, so of course, we had to perform the A&M War Hymn (their fight song.)
Congratulations again, Michele and Milton!
The Vendor Team
Venue: Baltimore Museum of Art
Getting Ready Venue: Hotel Indigo
Photography: Alexandra Kent Photography
Videography: Rivion Films
Florist: Scentsational Florals
Beauty: Brushed Beauty
Entertainment: Black Tie Entertainment
Caterer: Putting on the Ritz
Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse