The Annapolis Yacht Club had just re-built in 2018. There was a terrible fire that took the building in 2015, so when I heard from Tori and Josh the idea of shooting at the new Annapolis Yacht Club was exciting! It’s a members-only club so I had not been inside and being newer to Maryland, the yacht club gave me a lot of reminders of back in Virginia Beach. The water, the sailboats when you go down there to the harbor. I do love Annapolis. The military walking around in uniform. There’s something special about the harbor area.
No matter the size of your day. No matter how many bridesmaids or groomsmen you have or how many people you invite. They each deserve a wedding photographer. Tori and Josh said I do in an intimate family and very close friend’s wedding at the Annapolis Yacht Club. It was simply the most perfect day! We had a hurricane that hit the east coast just days prior down south but what made it even sweeter was that we got every single ray of sunshine here in Maryland. It wasn’t too hot out and we really got to move from one part of the day to the other. It’s exactly what Tori had wanted. Stress-free, and just how she and Josh had planned it. With all her family there. Her brother got to marry them. Josh got to break a glass in traditional Jewish tradition and they laughed all the way through the ceremony. The dinner was delicious, guests ate and laughed and Tori and Josh got to spend a little time with everyone there. Which is quite the task when having a large wedding to do which was important to the two of them. That perfect day, turned into being the perfect evening.
Venue: The Annapolis Yacht Club
Bridal gown: BHLDN
Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Judee Jo
Groom Suit: QG
Florist: Mother of the Bride