Colorful Mansion Wedding in Maryland
July 10, 2015
Mid Atlantic
Classic WeddingsHotels + Resorts WeddingsSpring Weddings
Classic and elegant with the perfect pop of color, this Maryland wedding captured by Dyanna Joy Photography is nothing short of magic. From the love this couple obviously shares to their perfectly executed party at the Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel, this gallery of images is an absolute dream.
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From Dyanna Joy Photography...Alexis and Matt promised forever under the sky and clouds, on the grounds of the Antrim 1844, nestled at the foot of the rolling Catoctin Mountain in Central Maryland. Built in 1844, Antrim was once a thriving plantation and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

From the peach and ivory colored roses to the sunset, their wedding day had a warm glow to it. Alexis was stunning in her Allure princess ballgown and cathedral veil. Her bridesmaids were so delightful, both in personality and in their bright orange dresses.

Their was dancing and dinner. Guests enjoyed delicious cake, an open air photo booth, and sending off the bride and groom with a sparkler exit.

She knew he liked her, but he was never quite sure if she liked him back.

Although Lexi and Matt met through mutual friends the summer before their sophomore year at the University of Maryland, it took some time before Matt was able to build up the courage to ask Lexi out on a date.

Matt found himself studying more at the library on campus to be around her. And Lexi acted like she enjoyed playing Settlers of Catan and intramural basketball.

Then one day, a friend of Matt’s mentioned to him, “what girly girl would keep saying yes to playing the game Settlers of Catan with you if she wasn’t interested?” Once Matt heard this, he began to think that he might actually have a chance to be with her.

And when he finally asked her out, Lexi joyfully accepted his request to go ice-skating in D.C. She also later accepted his request of marriage…joyfully.