Lauren & Theron

The weather couldn’t have been more perfect for a July wedding along the Chesapeake Bay. Lauren and Theron chose the historic Kent Manor Inn & Restaurant, in Stevensville Maryland for their wedding ceremony and reception. Kent Manor is a beautiful property with a detached reception room and gazebo overlooking the water, the property has numerous places for a photographer to create great wedding shots. The bridesmaids carried beautiful yellow bouquets created by Michael Designs, which really popped against their blue dresses. Reverend Sandra Bearden led the ceremony and afterwards guests mingled in the courtyard while enjoying cocktails and hor d’oeuvres. Guests later moved into the reception room, where Lauren and Theron began the evening with their first dance under a whimsical chandelier and fabric ceiling. The great, Evan Reitmeyer, of led the evening, keeping the guests dancing all night long, what a fun night!

Kent Manor Inn & Restaurant Stevensville Maryland
Kent Manor Inn & Restaurant, Stevensville Maryland
Kent Manor bridge
Lauren & Theron walking down the aisle
Kent Manor cheese display
Bride and Groom first dance
Crab Wedding Cake
Kent Manor reception room
Tablescape with crab table numbers
Kent Manor reception room at night
Kent Manor Inn at night
Ceremony & Reception Venue
Historic Kent Manor Inn & Restaurant
Ashley Clough
Wedding Coordination
Diamond Events
Stephanie Hughes
Evan Reitmeyer Blog
Michael Designs Florist
Jim Paulus
Cake Baker
Peace of Cake
Rev. Sandra Bearden
Brian Slanger
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