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Real Wedding: Victoria Beasley & Bradley Martz

Brad proposed to Tori on Christmas Day of 2014 surrounded by family under the Christmas tree. The proposal was completely unexpected by the bride and graciously accepted.

Somewhere Back in Time: The Traditions Behind the United States Naval Academy Chapel

The USNA chapel becomes quite busy in the weekends following commencement each spring. A typical Saturday following commencement could see as many as 6-10 wedding ceremonies in one day.

Real Wedding: Courtney Mason & Nicholas Ramsay

Courtney, a veterinarian, and Nicholas, a systems engineer, met through an online dating site and were engaged exactly one year after their first date.

Real Wedding: Rachael Powers & Johnathan Shipp

Johnathon invited Rachael on his boat and even taught her how to wakeboard. It was love at first boat ride!

Real Wedding: Katie Bennett & Kristi Korrow

Kristi and Katie first met as children playing on the same soccer team. Later on, in their twenties, the two began running into each other at the bars and at Baltimore Pride each year.

What's Up? Weddings Registry Survey

Thank you for agreeing to take part in this short survey about wedding gift registries for use in a future issue of What's Up? Weddings Magazine.

Real Wedding: Amanda Atwood & Dale Wilner

"As we were taking in the beautiful view, he got down on one knee and pulled out the ring."

Real Wedding: Megan Griffith & Brian Werrell

College sweethearts from the University of Delaware, Megan and Brian’s romance turned to wedding planning after a romantic proposal in Central Park, New York City.

Real Weddings: Jill Santucci & MJ Carroll

Jill and MJ met watching football at The Green Turtle. Jill was coming back from the Renaissance Fair and decided to stop by and catch the 5:00 game with some friends already at the bar.

Somewhere Back in Time: Governor Larry Hogan & Yumi Hogan, Maryland’s First Couple

We’re taking you back in time to the real weddings of the Chesapeake Bay region’s past and asking some 
of the area’s most well-known couples to share marriage advice with our readers.