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Jamie and Alex’s Spring Wedding at Dye House

What a stylish, unique and stunning affair Jamie and Alex Dragonuk planned this past May. The Mt Washington Mill, Dye House, welcomed guests with  rustic warmth, combined with cozy romance. Photographer Anne Canon outdid herself with exquisite attention to detail, and we are so excited she shared her work with us here at Valley Bride. Click on the spreads below to view more details and vendors, along with a heart melting story…

The Best Places Around the World to Elope

Alyson Nachman from www.myvirtualvacations.net shares with us the best places around the world to elope, along with what you need to know to tie the knot in these areas. Check out her published spread below in our latest printed issue of VBWG!
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Kat and Holly Tie the Knot in Heart of “The ...

Last spring, Kat and Holly tied the knot in the heart of The Valley with views of Sagamore Farm and horses surrounding them. Every detail within their wedding brought a special meaning, including the day they chose to marry, the collar wrapped around Holly’s bouquet, the dear friend they chose to marry them, and even the colors they chose for their flowers. Read all about how they decided to get married and their journey towards this beautiful day. Some of their many vendors ...
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Five Tips to Choosing the RIGHT Wedding Photographer

Carlotta Shelton Lopata of Photos By Carlotta shares with us how you can ensure you’re selecting the right photographer for your special day. Her top five check points await you below!
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Where Baltimore Escapes to Elope…

Read all about the special place in the Greenspring Valley attracting more and more couples who don’t just want to be married… but also experience some enchantment without having to board a plane. Shannon Rice of Royalink weddings  helps tell the tale in this featured piece. Enjoy it! Written by Kimberly Dean, Publisher of Valley Bride Wedding Guide, and owner of Kimberly Dean Photos Photography contributions by www.bobbyaphotography.com and John Zito.
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Corrine and Kevin’s Rustic Romance at The Manor Tavern

This beautiful fall wedding at The Manor Tavern couldn’t have been more perfect. The rustic country vibe paired with the elegance of linens, twinkle lights, and the classic perfection of the Manor Tavern made for a perfect day! Vendors include Yia Yia’s Bakery, Updos for I Dos, Lauren Noel Photography, Tuxedo Boss, Hunt Valley Inn, and more. Check out their published wedding spread below!          
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Heather and Andrew’s Valley Country Club Dream Wedding

Heather and Andrew chose to marry last fall at The Mansion at Valley Country Club – perhaps one of Greenspring Valley’s most sought after venues. This fall wedding couldn’t have gone better thanks to their careful planning and wonderful vendors, including Flavor Cupcakery, Photos By Carlotta, David’s Bridal, and more!                
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“Valley Bride” Wedding Invitations When Classic Tradition Pairs with Uniquely ...

By Hannah Keys Rodewald Wedding invitation expert, Hannah Keys Rodewald of The Pleasure of Your Company, talks to us about what makes Maryland wedding invitations different… and how to achieve a unique, memorable look. What do brides and grooms want for an invitation to their Maryland wedding? From talking to stationery store owners, printing companies we work with, and learning what brides and grooms all over the country select for invitations, it’s clear there really is a “Maryland” look for ...
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What I Wish I Had Known When I Planned the ...

By Laurie Mathena Kordela One year, eleven months, and 21 days. That’s how long I had to plan my perfect wedding. But if you’re like me, you didn’t start planning when you got engaged, or at some moment in time when you knew you had found “the one.” For me it started as a teenager. Before the days of the World Wide Web, we relied on bridal books – big ones – to show us the latest trends and must-have ...