We’re back with part two of Meghan and Phil’s Baltimore wedding from Hannah Colclazier. (Did you catch their wedding ceremony?) And I’ve got to say, like Meghan I am madly in love with their paper goods! Check out those bar signs, and the travel-inspired table numbers! The travel theme didn’t stop there, as it’s a passion of the couple. From their engagement to their guest book, they brought a little bit of their favorite places into every aspect of this bold day!

Modern Bar Signs

From Meghan: I love anything and everything stationery so all paper details were a priority!

Wedding Bar

When Phil and I finally sat down at our sweetheart table we looked around the room with so much happiness seeing all of our friends and family in one place at the same time. I thought about all the details I focused on to create the ambiance of the room and looked for those specific decorations and little touches. While doing that I realized it is the people that makes the decoration not all of those little things I had been chasing after and planning for months.

Coral Wedding Flowers

Wedding Compass

One thing of many that Phil and I have in common is the love of travel. In fact we got engaged on one of our many random trips – we were out in Oregon for the week traveling up and down the coast. On the flight back I began thinking about the actual wedding and I wanted to be able to incorporate this travel theme. Each table was a place we traveled to, I had a custom made travel journal made for us which I used as the guestbook at the wedding, my gift was all travel themed, etc.

Atlas Guest Book

Wedding Silhouette Wedding Silhouettes

Simple Place Cards

Baltimore 1840s Ballroom Wedding Flowers Nautical Wedding Details

Baltimore 1840s Ballroom Wedding

The band was a #1 priority and we were not disappointed! The entire wedding was on the dance floor all the way up until the last dance. The Source was so much fun.

Wedding Band

Meghan’s advice to other DC-area couples:

A Dominick Events really opened up the door to so many great vendors. She had options for each category at different price points so we could pick and choose. And even though our wedding was an hour away from a lot of the vendors, they had no problem traveling.

Baltimore 1840s Ballroom Wedding First Dance Unique Wedding Cake

The following Washington, DC area wedding vendors contributed to Meghan and Phil’s wedding:

Ceremony Venue: St. Leo the Great
Reception Venue: 1840s Ballroom
Caterer: Linwoods
Photographer: Hannah Colclazier
Wedding Planner: A Dominick Events
Lighting: John Farr Lighting Design
Linens: Gala Cloths
Ceremony Music: Al Walsh of Nativity Church
Reception Music: The Source
Stationery: Cheree Berry Paper
Calligraphy: Calligraphy Karen
Transportation: American Limousines Inc
Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier from Betsy Robinson Bridal Collection
Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Bridesmaid Dresses: Aidan Mattox
Groom’s Attire: Jos. A Bank
Favors: Alfonso’s

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: Hannah Colclazier

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