October 24, 2012

annie and brian met the way that most of my friends met their spouse… in a restaurant. having been in the business for a long time, I know the camaraderie that happens between people in that industry and the bonds that form last a lifetime. over half of my bridal party were friends I made while waiting tables, so I loved this part of annie and brian’s story! we even spent part of their esession at the restaurant where they met as well as some other fun places. annie and brian are a couple who make each other laugh and light up and as I drove to annapolis, I was looking so forward to spending this day with them. as I hung out with annie and her maid of honor, kristie went to meet up with brian and his brother. both of them had written letters to each other to read before we headed the church and it was a prefect preamble to their first look. after the wedding we headed to savage mill for the reception and having never worked there before, I fell in love with it. both inside and the grounds around this venue were so distinctive and cool – an old railroad bridge which now serves as a walking path and is no longer an active track was an ideal place for us to go for photos. I may or may not have jumped a fence from a safe path to the original track to get a shot… but I digress. ¬†once the reception began, heartfelt toasts and romantic gestures kicked off a wonderful night. annie and brian were inseparable as they greeted family and friends and danced the night away. we are so very happy for you both!

kristie and I were so happy to spend this day with you! we wish you a lifetime full of laughter of love!