Small, affordable weddings of one hundred guests or less can be just as wonderful as larger ones! Maria and Justin had sixty-five guests and everything that they wanted. Great food and drink, a lovely wedding ceremony and reception venue, live music, beautiful flowers, a DJ and dancing, superb photography, a delicious cake, and more! As you can see here, they fit nicely at Chase Court without looking lost in the space.
The bride and groom had a traditional Filipino veil ceremony, Originally derived from the rites introduced in the early 18th century by the Spanish missionaries, the veil sponsors drape a ceremonial veil on the top of the bride’s head and onto the shoulder of the groom, which is a symbol of two people being clothed as one. This represents a wish for good health and protection during their married life. It also symbolizes the uniting of two families into one.
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the library and the garden (with live music!) were followed by dinner and dancing in the ballroom. By the way, the quartet was playing a really solid cover of “My Girl” while I was making this photograph!
Venue: Chase Court
Catering: Eleven Courses Catering
Flowers: Inspiration Floral Design Studio
Officiant: Michael Lance Barrett
Ceremony Music: Music by Anthem
DJ: Adler Entertainment
Photography: Amy Deputy Photography & Co. (Images above by Chase Court.)
Cake: Sugarbakers Cakes
Weddings that you’d want to attend are our stock in trade. Let’s talk about your wedding, and how we can help you have the wedding you want. Give us a call at 410-727-1112 when you’re ready to start planning.
—David Egan, Proprietor and Steward of the Castle at Chase Court, a historic gothic Baltimore wedding venue. Follow Chase Court on Facebook and Instagram, and follow David’s column, Getting The Wedding You Want in Baltimore OUTloud!