Nov 16, 2017
With Veteran’s Day having just passed, it seemed like a great time to share Shawn and Marisa’s wedding at the Star Spangled Flag House Museum in Baltimore! The red, white, and blue backdrop of the museum seemed like such a fitting place for these two lovebirds to tie the knot.
Built in 1973, the Star Spangled Flag House Museum was once the home and business place of Mary Pickersgill, who sewed the garrison flag Francis Scott Key witnessed flying over Fort McHenry that inspired him to write the national anthem. The museum is steeped in history, not to mention gorgeous and the perfect wedding venue. The aged brick outside the house was just to die for, and the ornate interior was bright and airy, perfect for snapping some bridal portraits before the ceremony. The bridal suite had especially great natural light and made it easy to capture the perfect bridal portrait!
As you can see in their wedding photos, Shawn and Marisa had contagious smiles the entire day. They were always so cheerful and bright, which made them the perfect couple to work with. One of my favorite elements of their wedding was their cheerful color scheme of blue and yellow, which they really worked into every detail of the wedding. Even Shawn’s tie had little pops of yellow! They started the day with a family prayer before the wedding ceremony, which I found super sweet. And, I loved how classic Marisa’s fitted lace gown was paired with her classic up-do!
Congratulations, Shawn and Marisa! I’m so happy for you and wish you a lifetime of love and happiness!
Caterer: Catering by Uptown
Floral Design: Fleur de Lis Florist
Entertainment/DJ: Bachelor Boys Band