A little bit art deco, a little bit Victorian, and a whole lot of elegance, the bridal cape covers and embellishes the bride in an incredibly versatile way.
Show a little, itty-bitty bit of skin! Truly, the cut-out trend sounds riskier than it really is.
If you’ve left your heart in San Francisco with a pit stop at Coachella for your bachelorette party, this trend was created for you.
Forget bridal whites and delicate pastels this fall. Using the iconic Maryland Inn and Treaty of Paris as our backdrop, we’re highlighting the rich, jewel-inspired tones
It’s a nice day for a white wedding. In fact, there are no hard–and–fast rules stating that the bride can’t request that everyone show up to the wedding wearing white.
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.