Colorful handmade ceramics, cliffside lemon groves, and an abundance of limoncello . . . what's not to love.
This shoot was inspired by the city of Baltimore as an industrial backdrop to new beginnings and modern romance.
An old car dealership becomes the perfect venue for new ideas.
Unicorns, rainbows, and topiaries, oh my.
Irene Donnelly and Dylan Salmon
A restaurant wedding offers the best of all worlds: an intimate setting with a mouthwatering menu, a doting staff, a fully stocked bar, and a space already outfitted with stylish décor.
Proper thank-you gifts for the perfect weekend & the must-have playlist.
To celebrate, take a look back at the past 20 years of Baltimore Bride covers.
The sturdy rye shortbreads in this recipe are an instant upgrade to your average s’more. Pick your favorite chocolate, add fire toasted marshmallow and voila, you have an elevated take on the campfire classic.
A bachelorette weekend is even more fun with some do-it-yourself projects. Here are some fun and easy ones including herbal infused honey, foraged wildflower fire starters, and flower crowns with our friends at Local Color Flowers.
Lots of boutonnière ideas.
Our hip bachelorette weekend photo shoot! See interviews with our stylist, DIY expert, and managing editor, plus how it all came together, on location at the Regent at Stone House.
See how our groom shoot came together with our stylist Stephanie Bradshaw and her impeccable team.
Registry items are an extension of you and your house.
Watch Poppy and Scooter's Jessica McSweeney bring pen to paper and make her invitations sing.
An outdoor wedding full of love and hope.
Modern + organic wedding inspiration.
Each day this week, we are rolling out Valentine's Day cards created by local designers.
We are feeling extra giddy this year as Baltimore Bride celebrates two decades in the business. I’ve been lucky enough to be a small part of this magazine since 2006 and managing editor the past few years. read more >>
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