Here’s a classic Annapolis wedding, complete with stormy seas and whitecaps at the City Dock! David and I were so lucky to have the perfect couple to weather a day like this. Polly & John and their sailing and firefighting crew toughed it out and had a blast. I always say that I have good wedding weather karma (yes I just knocked on wood) since at my weddings the sky always seems to dry up just at the right moment, if only for a few moments. Indeed it did this day; the rain stopped from the time we walked out of the church to the intros at the reception, which enabled us to get so many beautiful portraits and fun wedding party shots. Polly & John ~ thanks for being such a great couple, and I look forward to seeing you around town!
The bouquets by Julie from Little House of Flowers were stunning.
All of the women in Polly’s family are so close. As brides, they have passed down the tradition of carrying and signing the prayer book that Polly’s great-grandmother, Beatrice Branch Briggs, carried on her wedding day of February 17, 1910.
We absolutely love shooting in St. Mary’s Catholic Church! Gorgeous!
The rain stopped long enough for us to go out on the dock at the Annapolis Waterfront Marriott and shoot tons of fun photos with the wedding party!
Everyone had a rockin’ time thanks to Chris Laich DJs!