A beautiful spring day and a gorgeous young couple was the perfect match to start off Intrigue Design and Decor’s spring wedding season! The Governor Calvert House, a stunning historic inn in Annapolis, Md., was where Katie and Scott shared their love for each other with their family and friends this past March 23, 2013.
The bride put great thought into every detail of her wedding from the color of her shoes to the whimsical touches of her ceremony. Katie wore an elegant half up-do with soft curls that held her fingertip-length lace veil. Her dress was a fitted mermaid gown, which was covered with crafted lace. Katie’s three bridesmaids wore A-line navy dresses with nude heels and Katie wore navy heals to match. They all held rounded bouquets of peonies, Juliet David Austen roses and carnations in soft cream and peach colors.
When Katie made her way to the alter, she and her bridesmaids walked down an aisle lined with ivory garden lanterns tied with ribbon in shades of cream and pink. Down at the alter in front of a ribbon wall of matching cream, pink and peach tones, Scott eagerly awaited his bride. The groom and his groomsmen wore boutonnieres of peach flower buds wrapped in twine and black tuxes with matching navy vests and ties.
Overall the night was a combination of love and excitement as Katie and Scott began their life together as husband and wife. Intrigue Design and Decor is so happy that we got to help this perfect match create their perfect night.