Nothing says a Maryland wedding quite like black-eyed susans, a red, yellow and black color scheme, some Natty Boh and a dash of Old Bay.
Move aside bright blooms! Luscious greens are the newest trend in wedding florals and we are loving it!
While some aspects of this time in a couple’s life never seems to change (here’s looking at you, honeymoon), other aspects have shifted meaning through the generations.
Taking a cue from a few of the most recent bridal trends, we’re pairing some hot, fresh off the runway gowns with show-stopping bouquets created by Annapolis florist/designer Sarah Campbell
Racy and seductive, the rise of the sheer gown may not bode well for the demure bride at first glance.
Simple, effortless, minimal designs rely heavily on the discriminate eye of quality tailoring, letting the bride herself become the heart of the look.
Texture takes a flirty twist with floral appliques as designers find inspiration from the garden this year.
Bridal separates give a bride the opportunity to mix and match her wedding look without sacrificing style.
A splash of sapphire, ruby, fuchsia, or emerald can turn a wedding theme from ordinary to extraordinary.
Rustic and casual or classic and chic? It seems as though there’s been an unspoken rule in the weddings industry for the past decade dictating that you have to choose either one or the other