Marissa and Chris are MARRIED! This Elkridge Furnace Inn wedding was one of my first “full” weddings back after the pandemic, and everything went so smoothly. Marissa and Chris were originally scheduled to wed in June, but rescheduled to August when COVID-19 hit. Elkridge Furnace Inn overlooks the Patapsco River, and is such a charming venue to host your wedding ceremony and reception.
About the Couple
Marissa and Chris both went to Towson, but their paths didn’t cross until after graduation. A few years later, they both moved to Federal Hill and ran into each other one night at Social Pub & Pie. Chris introduced himself and after sharing some small talk, they went on their first official date on February 12, 2014 at Roy’s in Harbor East. As Marissa said on the wedding day, “This has been a long time coming!”
Wedding Photography at Elkridge Furnace Inn
Wedding days are always exciting, but I think I speak for the entire vendor team when I say that EVERYONE was particularly pumped about this wedding- we were ready to work! The day of their wedding, I was nervously watching the radar. A thunderstorm was on the way, and it would be a matter of minutes that determined whether the ceremony would be held indoors or outdoors. Thankfully the rain held off until after their wedding ceremony, and we were able to capture the most magical of ceremonies. I love the quartz and taupe color palette that Marissa selected- and the florals by the talented Kate from Love and Luster Floral really brought everything to life! Marissa and Chris, it was such an honor to capture your special day!
Photography: Winnie Dora Photography
Coordinator: Jastrab Events
Venue & Catering: Elkridge Furnace Inn
Hair & Makeup: Updos for I Dos
Attire: Rebecca Ingram by Maggie Sottero, The Bridal Boutique; Bridesmaids dresses: Azazie, Groom & groomsmen: The Black Tux
Videography: Shutter and Sound
DJ: Go Event Pro
Rings: Sergios Jewelers and Ritani
Invitations: Kindly RSVP Designs
Cake: Cakes on the Move