Cara and Shaun married at St. Louis Church in Clarksville, Maryland, and then had a Turf Valley Resort wedding reception in Ellicott City, Maryland. The day began at Turf Valley Resort. The bride and her small army of bridesmaids wore matching floral robes while they popped pink champagne. After toasting to the festivities ahead, Cara read a touching letter from the groom. Then, everyone headed over to the wedding ceremony site in Clarksville.
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But first, the mother-of-the-bride and a groomsman reminisced about the time they were mistaken for a couple.
After putting on her veil, Cara was all ready to walk down the aisle. The couple opted not to do a first look.
Monsignor Luca of St. Louis Church married the couple. He shared two poignant stories during the wedding ceremony, both centering on the theme of love.
First, he recounted the time an elderly couple asked him to officiate their vow renewal ceremony. The couple recreated their wedding day down to the very last detail. Years later, the elderly husband sent word to Monsignor Luca that his wife had passed away. The husband’s closing closing words were, “Wow, how I loved her.”
The second story involved one of his relatives who would, after every family meal, look around and say, “That was the best meal I ever ate.” When the children of the family questioned how every meal could be the very best, he explained that it was the best because they were very lucky to be blessed with health, food, and family togetherness.
Once we returned for the Turf Valley Resort wedding reception, we had just a few moments to capture a bridal party photograph and couple’s photographs.
The new couple chose to share their first dance to “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?” written by Scott Wiseman, and sung by their close friend and talented musician, Courtlyn Carr.
I must admit, prior to Cara and Shaun’s wedding day, I told them their timeline was giving me anxiety . . . They wanted to do table shots with *ALL* 22 tables at their reception in 2 minutes and 40 seconds, which is exactly the time it takes to play the song “Run Around Sue.” (I suggested we use the song “Stairway to Heaven” instead to give me a fighting chance, haha). Well, it actually turned out AMAZING! The emcee announced that the bride and groom would run around the reception space during the song and take photos with which ever table was the loudest at the time. Guests were standing on the tables waving napkins, holding up centerpieces, and screaming their heads off! It was chaotic, it was crazy, it was THE most FUN! Here are just a few of the table photographs.
I can always remember the songs that were playing when I see reception dancing photographs. Here it was “Hang on Sloopy” by The McCoys, which I legit used to think was called “Hang on Snoopy.”
And here, it was the wedding classic “Come On Eileen.”
The dancing and celebrating continued into the night. Everyone had the best time wishing these two amazing people a lifetime of happiness!
Photography | Olivia Jacob Photography with second photographer Inna O.
Floral Arrangements | Eileen Facchina & Lori Howe
Videography | Dang Linn Productions
Makeup Artist | Iris Calabrese Makeup Artistry and Skincare
Wedding Dress | Essence of Australia
Groom & Groomsmen’s Suits | Indochino
Wedding Ceremony Venue | St. Louis Church, Clarksville, Maryland
Wedding Reception Venue & Caterer |Turf Valley Resort, Ellicott City, Maryland