Jon and Kirsten // Wedding Film | Baltimore, MD

Oh, these two. What can we say? If we’re lucky enough to film hundreds more weddings in our lifetime, Kirsten and Jon and their stunning Baltimore wedding will always be one of our favorites. First of all, Kirsten is a talented photographer – make sure you check out her stunning images here. And Jon, well he ‘s getting his PHD in Mathematics. Together, they are self-proclaimed nerds and parents to two of the cutest cats ever. They met through Jon’s younger sister while they were both living in Orlando, FL. Jon was attending UCF and Kirsten was working with Jon’s sister. Time eventually led these two together and six years later, we were lucky enough to capture these two as they became husband and wife.

I could list so many favorites from their day. The details at Baltimore’s Evergreen Museum and Library were impeccable and included the loveliest of flower and succulent arrangements. Their first dance was “All I Want is You” by Barry Louis Polisar…enough said. When their family and friends weren’t dancing or returning to the endless dessert bar, they were having their fortunes read or caricature sketched. And Jon’s dance moves, they’re the best.

But of all of the amazing aspects of their day, there was just one that made it so special to us. That was simply witnessing how much these two truly love each other. The little looks and stolen kisses. These two adore each other and we couldn’t  be happier to share a little preview into this one of a kind love.

Planning: Lemon and Lime Event Design
Venue: The Evergreen Museum and Library | Baltimore, MD
Photography: Modern Life Portraits
Makeup and Hair: Amie Decker Beauty
Floral Design: Laura Francis of Floral Presentations 
DJ: Evan Reitmeyer
Ceremony Music: St. Charles String Quartet
Catering/Cake: Linwoods Restaurant
Caricaturist: Jerry Breen 
Fortune Teller: Debra Mims
Dresses: Justin Alexander and Ivy and Astor “Plume”

To see even more from Kirsten and Jon’s day, check out these film stills! 


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  • June 21, 2014 - 2:42 am

    Charles Dewey - WOW! another great film!!! You are the best!ReplyCancel

  • June 21, 2014 - 4:12 am

    Grace Helen Stube Zimmerman - Such a beautiful montage of moments! So sweet & movingReplyCancel

  • June 21, 2014 - 4:42 am

    Kenny Sloane - Amazing work! Keep it up!ReplyCancel

  • June 27, 2014 - 6:19 pm

    Ceremony Officiants - You guys do such amazing work!

    • July 11, 2014 - 10:23 am

      admin - Thank you so very much!!ReplyCancel