If you wanted to get married at a beautiful manor with accommodations for your guests and excellent food - Antrim 1844 is the prettiest and best. T&K first reached out to me because well...there were some planning hiccups and they needed help in getting those to go away. I joined their vendor team and immediately stepped in to help T&K strengthen and refocus their vendor team and planning steps.
It was time for the amazing wedding they deserved. These gym owners needed a day to relax and fully let loose. I'll say, they definitely did! If you've also ever been interested in Something Borrowed Blooms, check out this gallery! Listen, I'm a real flower girl to the CORE but if eco-friendly is your goal, or saving money is a preference, SBB is a great avenue.
After a great rehearsal dinner and party (seriously, there was some amazing décor, views, and drinks), the ladies were up bright and early. They got ready in the Birnie House while the guys got ready just a few doors down at the Zepp House. The guys even did their own little lunch grill-out! As everyone finished getting ready, guests arrived to music and joined each other at the ceremony location - the Rose Garden. The arch was covered with more Something Borrowed Blooms décor; beautiful peony garlands. The wedding party then snuck into the manor house to get ready to strut down the aisle. The processional is long from the manor house porch past the fountain, into the rose garden, but the wedding party was dressed to IMPRESS. The guys wore amazing medium-blue suits, and the ladies all rocked different dresses in shades of green, long and short.
Cocktail hour was on the manor house patio. Before getting to see the ceremony space for the first time (room reveals are a favorite), Taylor had a wardrobe change (her 3rd epic bridal outfit of the day), and dinner was served! Their sweetheart table was a labor of love for the SBD team. We had to move all florals from the ceremony to the reception. We also had the venue team move pipe and drape in front of the huge mirror that sits behind the sweetheart table. Draping the custom neon sign on it was the perfect fun accent, especially with the photographer's awesome flash photos.
Dessert started and dancing kicked off - seriously, this band KICKED IT. I'm a fan. They even had a "STOMP" moment and jammed out on upside down trashcans attached to drumming harnesses. They then played 30 songs in 30 minutes. I may or may not have been belting each epic hit while cleaning up outside.
The night ended with McDonalds - and the after party rocked even more.
My favorite moment of the day > right before going down the aisle Taylor said, "PST, do you think you can put this up there (hands me glass of water), I'm like dying of thirst." I walkied my assistant Olivia, and that water goblet magically appeared next to the officiant, ready for Taylor when she needed it. We'll do almost anything for our brides!
Check out all of the details in this amazing gallery. An Antrim 1844 wedding that was dreamy and quite, quite, epic.
Here's social media information for this awesome vendor team:
Venue and catering: @antrim1844
Photo booth: @baltimoresoundentertainment; @popupphotoboothmd
Ice cream: @creamcruiser
Facebook > Venue and catering: Antrim 1844 Hotel Photography: Tim Wes Photography Videography: Nate Bittinger Coordination: Sleeping Bee Designs DJ/Band: Go Go Gadjet Baker: Starry Night Bakery Photo booth: Baltimore Sound Entertainment; Pop Up Photo Booth Ice cream: Cream Cruiser Transportation: On the Town Limousines LLC Flowers: Something Borrowed Blooms