This father of the bride was so happy and so proud! You could feel all the love in his heart as he watched his daughter come down the steps from the bride’s room.
Starting the joyful walk down the aisle.
Traditional, classical strings. Great sound, great feeling.
There was some pretty self-service lemon-infused water at the bar.
The bride and groom set up a sweet and meaningful memorial in the library.
The mid-March weather was nice enough to have cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the garden. Guests were out there all night, enjoying the quiet and soft ambiance of the enclosed garden.
Every element of the table settings was carefully chosen. Well-balanced flowers in cut-glass vases played perfectly off of the pattern and texture of the table linen and candle holders. It looked just right, and didn’t have to be big to be impressive.
Classic, elegant, beautiful.
I cannot begin to tell you how good those chocolate-covered strawberries smelled, all wedding long!
Remember the trees in the memorial tribute photograph? The favors were live evergreen trees, ready for planting.
And finally, after the wedding, from the bride:
Thank you very much for all your help making our wedding day so memorable. Richard & I very much appreciate all of your assistance and expert advice to make the day special.
We will always have the most wonderful memories. Many of our friends commented about how unique and what a special place Chase Court was for a wedding.
I’d love to help you have the fabulous small wedding you really want! Give me a call at (410) 727-1112 and we’ll set up a time for us to meet and talk.
Venue: Chase Court
Flowers: Fleur de Lis Florist
Photography: Eric Stocklin Photography (Images above by Chase Court.)
Ceremony Music: Hill Chamber Music
DJ: Music Masters
Cake: Clement’s Pastry Shop
Transportation: Extraordinar Limousine
Lodging: Marriott Harbor East
—David Egan, Proprietor at Chase Court