Lindsey & Drew

The view for Lindsey and Drew’s wedding was amazing. The soothing sounds of sailboat lines clanking against their mast and a cool September breeze blowing through the air, the weather couldn’t have been more perfect. The couple picked Port Annapolis Marina to host their ceremony and reception. Located in Annapolis, Maryland along the Chesapeake Bay, the marina offers an intimate ceremony area and pavilion with striking views of the waterfront. Before the wedding the couple got to take pictures at the nearby Quiet Waters Park with photographers Andrew and Carrisa Gallo, who were great to work with and we look forward to posting some of their pictures soon!
For the reception table numbers, the couple chose movie titles (mostly Alfred Hitchcock of course) since Drew works in film. The centerpieces were simple yet elegant and put together by the bride herself. For dinner guests enjoyed a delicious buffet by Bill’s Seafood and Catering, specialty martinis and a variety of cupcakes for dessert. As guests danced the night away, paper lanterns lit the ceiling with a warm glow.

Port Annapolis Marina
Port Annapolis Marina Wedding Ceremony set up
Ceremony aisle flowers
Here comes the bride
Drew and Lindsey's wedding ceremony
Gift Table with Card box
Place cards
Port Annapolis Marina Pavilion
Paper lanterns
Film theme table numbers
Port Annapolis Marina at sunset
Candle and Martini Glass
Red Velvet Cupcake
Pavilion at night
Ceremony & Reception Venue
Port Annapolis Marina
Wedding Coordination
Diamond Events
Stephanie Hughes
Bill’s Seafood & Catering
Andrew & Clarissa Gallo
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One thought on “Lindsey & Drew

  1. Your wedding looked beautiful! I am considering Port Annapolis for my wedding but am concerned about the space. How many people were at your wedding?

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