Flowers and Lace at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Baltimore is a city full of love and is loved by many including this group of talented vendors who designed this amazing styled wedding session.  Their intention is for future couples to be inspired by Baltimore and the beauty it has to offer.

The venue is the Baltimore Museum of Art. Built in the 1920s, it is a prestigious museum filled with world-renowned art and sculptures. In 2014, the Baltimore Museum of Art began opening it’s doors to the wonderful world of weddings allowing couples to use it’s facility as a venue.  The natural light and the high ceilings set the stage for iconic wedding imagery that was perfectly captured in these images taken by Photos By Kintz.

The floral arrangements are the creation of the Flower Haus. Co-owner, Mark Harding, formed intricate connections for a bridal array that consisted of a magnificent bouquet and stunning floral crown.  Mark used lisianthus, scabiosa, sea star fern, uhule (fiddle head fern), poppy pods, olive, flat fern, oppo center rose, and agonis to create the beautiful look you see below. The groom’s boutonniere popped with soft accents of purple, lilac, and subtle reds. It contained hues of green and complimented the bride’s flower array.

Charm City Top Knots provided the formal styling for the models. Molly Mummert designed the bride’s hair to be relaxed, urban chic with a touch of Bohemian flair in a down style.

Aubrey Schneider applied makeup to enhance the model’s natural beauty, bringing forth her stand-out features and giving her a look that draws in the camera. Aubrey chose a red lip to pop against the light marble of the museum setting.

The models, Alex Colombo and Cristiano Quijano, brought the vision to life with their electric chemistry and relaxed attitudes on set. The vendors wanted them to embody the same romance, playfulness, and authenticity that would be encouraged of any wedding couple.

The gorgeous gown is from Francesca’s Bridal and the topline suit is from Christopher Schafer Clothier. These outfits show how fine quality material and attention to tailored detail can make a bride and groom feel and look like royalty.

Venue: Baltimore Museum of Art
Photographer: Photos By Kintz
Dress Designer: Francesca’s Bridal
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Christopher Schafer Clothier
Floral Designer: Flower Haus
Hair Stylist: Charm City Top Knots
Reception Venue: Baltimore Museum of Art