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November 19, 2019

Married: Liz + Rob, Chesapeake Bay Beach Club

Oh man. I LOVED ending my wedding season with Liz and Rob. What a sweet way to go out.

These two sweethearts were so kind and generous and in love and excited to party with their friends. I loved that a I had the privilege to get to know them and be a small part of their wedding day. Their bridal party just amped up the party the whole day and made it all about the couple every minute. You know you have an awesome bridal party when they constantly make it about the couple.

The day started out with Liz getting ready at her parents house in Annapolis. I think I died and went to heaven when I saw all the natural light streaming in. The house was buzzing with excitement all morning the minute I walked in.

After getting ready, we ventured off to the neighborhood marina for the first look and a few wedding party photos and then off to St. Mary’s Parish in Annapolis for the ceremony. I wasn’t sure if we were at the dinning hall of Hogwarts or at a church in Annapolis. Such a stunning church! Liz and Rob ended their evening at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club which is easily one of the prettiest venues because it overlooks the Chesapeake Bay with the most amazing sunsets! There were so many fun surprises at the reception. One being Liz’s mom’s side of the family had a song they were performing just for Rob AND some of Liz’s friends and flown in their college mascot from Syracuse University.

They had just the best day and I love getting to help make that happen for them.

Enjoy the photos!

Liz gave her girls personalized earrings.
FAV!!!! Love sweet moments like this.
First look with your girls is always a good idea.
Fall/Winter brides, be like Liz and get a wrap or some kind of fur to keep you warm.
Liz’s mom sang during the ceremony and I loved the tender moment they had after she was done.
I tried a little something new with a tripod and slow shutter speed.

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