Belvedere Wedding in Baltimore: Lauren and Eric
First of all, I firmly believe that brides’ dresses should have pockets, as Lauren’s does. It’s a sign of the times, and pockets are fun—an important matter for Lauren and Eric, since they do have so much fun together. Of the many things I enjoyed witnessing on their wedding day, their shared sense of humor easily captured the LoveLife team’s affections, as they certainly had done for each other and everyone in attendance. For instance, I’ve rarely seen a couple so easily shrug off a potential logistical bowling ball as a broken down shuttle, and recalibrate with grace and joy in each others’ company.
Lauren and Eric had such fun, the whole evening just followed their lead. Lauren and Eric’s family and friends kept the energy strong, dancing up until the end. Also, I have many thanks to the staff at the Belvedere, who kept things on time. In fact, the room was ready early, allowing the wedding party to photograph portraits inside the main ballroom, and we all felt grateful for that efficiency. I think everyone felt privileged to be there, and I wish you both a bright and happy future.
Venue: The Belvedere | Bridal Shop: Betsy Robinson's Bridal Collections | Dress Designer: Justin Alexander | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Hair: Monica Duda | Makeup: Makeup by Farren | Tux: Tuxedo House | Florist: Floral Impressions | Caterer: The Belvedere | Cake: The Cake Studio | Transportation: Bayside Limo | Officiant: Father Charles Schmitt | Ceremony music: Canterbury Strings | Reception music: MyDeejay | Invitations: Just Ink on Paper | Honeymoon location: Aruba