Brian & Rose {Grey Rock Mansion in Pikesville, MD}

Brian and Rose are married!! Our first wedding of the season and it was amazing. These two tied the knot at Grey Rock Mansion under a beautiful gazebo with flowers wrapped around it. Their friends and family were so excited to celebrate with them from countries as far as Korea! It was a wonderful celebration.

Here is a little bit of their love story from Rose's perspective! 

We've been together for 8 years. We met in college at Cornell University. We were both on an engineering project team (Brian as a mechanical engineer, and I ran the business team for the project). I graduated and went to work in NJ, then he went to grad school in Georgia. Two years later, he moved to LA for work, and I followed a year later. We were long distance for 4 years, with daily Skype calls and monthly weekend trips to visit - we never expected it would be that long. We've been together in LA for three years now! 

And the proposal story! 

On the beach! We live in LA by the beach. He had set up pictures of us through the years on the beach. (Brian's an engineer, so he built tall wooden stakes with the photos already framed and attached.) I thought we were going to dinner and a movie with his friends, and was completely shocked. It's everything from pictures from vacations together to screencaptures from Skype conversations while we were long distance. It was the perfect proposal. 

Enjoy these images from Brian and Rose's big day!

Congrats again you two! Your Grey Rock Mansion wedding was beautiful. Want to see their engagement session at Patterson Park? Check it out here


Vendor Love

Wedding Dress: La Sposa dress, from Glamour Closet LA 

Florist: Fifty Flowers

Wedding Venue: Grey Rock Mansion

Hair & Makeup: Alison Harper and Company

DJ: DJ Musical Excellence

Ceremony Musicians: Leesburg String Ensemble

Cake: Patisserie Poupon

Catering: Simply Elegant Catering

Bridesmaid Dresses: David's Bridal

Groomsmen Attire: Mens' Warehouse

Invitations/Programs: Printed by Paper And More, Designed by Brian

Favors: Honey Jars from Bountiful Bees of Broad Street