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Blushing Blue & I Do’s – Morgan & Ryan

Morgan and Ryan tied the knot in August on a warm summer Friday at Antrim 1844, one of Maryland’s landmarks from the 19th century. They had the most romantic ceremony in the garden’s of the grand house, featuring beautiful blushing blooms and a string quartet.

The couples colours were blushing blues, Navy, gold and blush. Antrim has a bit of southern charm to the house and grounds was perfect for the chic bride. Morgan had the most simple yet beautiful bridal details – she kept her dress a secret from everyone until the big day as when she did three touching first looks. The first with her bridesmaids, then her father and last but not least her grandparents. The look on their faces was priceless, happy tears were shed and joyful hugs filled the balcony.

Ryan, looking dapper in his navy suit spent the morning with his best guys on the other side of the grounds. Morgan surprised Ryan with his favourite whiskey and they guys shared a drink and laughs before the ceremony.

After the ceremony the two joined the party where Ryan’s brother (the best man) gave an epic best man toast and the room was filled with laughter and happiness as the two brothers embraced in a warm embrace.

The happy newlyweds partied all night long to the amazing featured band who kept everyone on the dance floor until the night ended with all of their guest sending them off with a grand sparkler exit.

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Blushing Blue & I Do’s – Morgan & Ryan

Photographer: Jenna Davis Photography // Venue: Antrim 1844 // Dress: Gamberdella’s // Bridesmaids Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids & Jenny Yoo // Groomsman Attire: The Black Tux // Flowers: Ann’s Garden // Cake/Cupcakes: Sugarbakers // Band: 76 Degree’s West through East Coast Entertainment // Make Up: Make up By Victoria O’Neill // Hair: Megan Brackna

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