Happy Wedding Wednesday folks! Today we’re headed to Maryland for Gerald and Krishuan’s wedding at the Billingsley House. This venue is a gorgeous brick plantation home overlooking the Patuxent River. Gerald & Krishuan are both educators who opted for a DIY wedding that included their family and friends too. Take a look below and get inspired!
From the Photographer:
Although they are not U.S. secret agents, I was privileged to captivate Mr. & Mrs. Smith’s seamless and glorious wedding day. Gerald and Krishuan are not only clients, but longtime friends, and I witnessed their love mature and triumph over time. I was inspired by their optimism, idealism and desire to change the world through outreach and educating today’s youths. As such, these two inner city educators’ faiths never wavered regardless of obstacles and represent a beacon of hope to their students both in and outside their classroom. Gerald and Krishaun infectious love radiates and you can’t help leave their classroom feeling inspired to make a difference regardless of how minimalistic or trivial it may seem. Their love, passion, and a faith in Jesus Christ was the central theme of their wedding, and to make certain this theme was properly conveyed they opted for do it yourself – DIY projects with the assistance of some family and friends to provide a sense of inclusiveness and ownership in the production. I am blessed to call them my friends, and humbled to capture these precious moments on their special day. Although the memories of their wedding will last a lifetime, they will be able to drift back in time and recall the minor details when they look through their photo album.”
Photographer: NOVAES PHOTOGRAPHY//Beauty: BeautifullyYou.byMia@gmail.com//Cake Designer: Edibles Incredible Desserts//Dress Store: Global Bridal Gallery//Second Shooter: Lydia Teague Photography//Ceremony Location: St. Augustine Catholic Church //Event Planner:Terri Carter//Groomsman Attire: The Black Tux//Photo Booth Equipment: The Burlap Booth//Caterer: The Chef’s Table Caterers//Reception Venue:Billingsley House//Floral Designer: Park Florist//