If you want your venue to really make a statement at your Baltimore wedding, you choose a venue like Maria and Arnat’s. The Baltimore Museum of Industry has something to fawn over at every turn, so between ogling over the dress and the “I do’s”, your guests will be entertained and stimulated, without a doubt! Need proof? Today’s wedding from Ethan Yang Photography is here to do so! Before joining their family and friends for an intimate ceremony, Maria and Arnat took full advantage of their downtown Baltimore location and visited the waterfront for some stunning photo ops and had an arrival by boat! And if everything else wasn’t enough, Maria chose succulents to accent her flowers and who can resist that!? Head back here later for the reception of this one-of-a-kind industrial wedding affair!

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From Maria: We wanted our wedding to be an amazing celebration with our friends and family, one that would be completely and uniquely us! We both hail from the suburbs, but we knew from the start we wanted to be married in downtown Baltimore where we met. While we wanted all the traditional elements in our wedding, we also wanted our wedding to reflect our slightly off-beat but always fun-loving personalities. When we first saw the Museum of Industry we loved how uniquely Baltimore it was. We took our inspiration from our venue, and selected an “industrial” palette of silver, gray and black.

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My sweet dog passed away 6 months before our wedding, and I had her tag attached to my bouquet. It was one of those details that only I knew about, but it was a comfort to have her with me as we became a family.

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I’d have never thought that an Adam Sandler song would bring tears to my eyes, but the more we listened to it the more we knew it was perfect for us to play “Grow Old with You” from The Wedding Singer for both our processional & recessional. It was quirky, sentimental and very 80s all at once – which fit us to a T.

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Remember to come back later this afternoon to see more of this Baltimore wedding!

The following Washington, DC area wedding vendors contributed to Maria + Arnat’s wedding:

Venue: The Baltimore Museum of Industry
Caterer: Atlantic Caterers
Planner: Eventi Planning
Florist: Divine Designs & Events
DJ: MyDeejay
Officiant: Rev. Bill Teyssier
Photography: Ethan Yang Photography
Videography: HereAfter Film
Photobooth: Lovely Day Photo Works
Hair: About Faces
Make-up: Behind the Veil Beauty
Bride’s Dress: Betsy Robinson Bridal
Bridesmaids Dresses: Columbia Bridal Boutique
Groomsmen Attire: Jos. A. Banks

Don’t forget to visit our vendor guide for more fabulous Washington, DC area wedding professionals or our real wedding gallery for more beautiful Washington, DC area weddings!

Photo Credits: Ethan Yang Photography

*Ethan Yang Photography and MyDeejay are a few of our fabulous sponsors, but did not pay for this post. We feature local talent because we love it! For information on our editorial policies, please click here.

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