This was the most beautiful way to start my wedding year. It was freezing day, filled with so much love, warmth, pretty things and so much fun.
Take a look.
Stephanie is actually the lady behind Queen Bee Paperie, so she designed her beautiful invitation suite, the menus, the place cards, and everything in between.
I love it when people get ready at home, it has so much more meaning, and you can’t be more comfortable than that. Steph got ready with help of her best friend, surrounded by family photos.
After family photos, we headed to the Revere Tavern for their reception.
Stephanie worked on so many details, including these custom made color books for the kids
The day was a lot colder than we hoped, so we had to change plans and do the rest of the photos inside, before the guests started arriving. We found this small room, and with a bit of help, we moved some tables around, and took all of the wedding party photos with this cool stone wall as a backdrop.
Then it was time for celebration, and celebrate they did!
This earl gray tea cake by The Flour Child in Columbia was custom made for Stephanie, and it’s now on their menu!
I mean it when I say I couldn’t be happier I got to photograph this wedding, and become friends with these amazing people.
The pretty things
Invitations and day of paper: Queen Bee Paperie
Hair: Samantha & Emily Seeberger
Makeup: Katarina K Makeup
Church: St. Leo the Great
Videography: From Here I Stand
Day of coordinator: Alisa Marie Planning
Flowers: Wedding Flowers By Cyndi
Reception Venue: The Historic Revere Tavern
Cake: The Flour Child
Linens: Fancy Seats
Limo: Londonderry Limo
Photography: Maria Silva-Goyo Photography