Historic Bunker Hill Farms Wedding
Carolyn and Robert are a sweet couple who met while attending Haverford College in Pennsylvania. Robert is a schoolteacher and Carolyn is currently studying to be a veterinarian. Their wedding day took place at the historical Bunker Hill Farm in Millersville, MD. The property was originally constructed around 1820 and has been in Carolyn’s family for generations; it’s where her mom and dad were married years ago. The bride and groom had lots of family and friends come in from out of town to be a part of their special day. Carolyn was breathtakingly beautiful a stunning, non-traditional, gray/blue chiffon gown with lace and detailed beading at the top. She wore her grandmother’s Tiffany pearl around her neck; her sandals, broach, and hairpiece were also adorned with pearls. Robert and his groomsmen wore navy blue tuxedos and ties. One of the most important photos that Carolyn wanted me to capture was of her and Robert standing in front of a row of white outhouses. This was a recreation of a photo from her mom and dad’s wedding day. Robert also chose a striking diamond engagement ring with a blue center stone, which is what Carolyn’s dad gave her mother. There were so many amazing, unique, and meaningful elements in this wedding. The floral arrangements by Little House of Flowers were stunning, the food was by Palate Pleasers was delicious, and the cake, pastries, and macaroons by Sweet Hearts Patisserie were out of this world! I wish Carolyn and Robert all the best as they embark on their new life together!
Venue: Bunker Hill Farm
Caterer: Palate Pleasers
Cake & Pastries: Sweet Hearts Patisserie
Bouquets & Flowers: Little House of Flowers