Jenn & Rob | New Years Day Wedding at the Antrim 1844

Posted on Jan 15, 2016 in Weddings | One Comment

maryland wedding photographerJenn & Rob | New Years Day Wedding at the Antrim 1844

Gosh, where do I even begin with Jenn & Rob? I first met up with these two in January of last year, to discuss their New Years Day Wedding at the Antrim 1844 for this year, and right away, I knew that these two were “my people”.  We have so much more in common than our first names, and despite the fact she’s a * little* type A – cat person (cat named Bernie), and I’m a very much type B- dog person (dog named Ernie), I knew that these two were a couple that I wanted to work with. So, of course, I was thrilled when they promised to play my jam and asked if I would come & be a part of their big day.

Over the last year, Jenn & I have become fast friends and I couldn’t be happier that I was able to witness her & Rob tie the knot. These two have been together for over 9 years and it is clear that they are simply perfect for each other! Not only are these two the perfect duo, but every part of their New Years Day wedding was simply fantastic.

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Vendors

Venue & Catering: Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel
DJ: C & J Entertainment Agency
Make-up: Ashley Needel Smith
Hair: Lux Beauty Bar
Cake: Oh, What A Cake!
Cookies: The Kibitz Room
Photographer: Jennifer, Jennifer Smutek Photography
Photographer’s Assistant: Valerie Michelle
Videographer: Larmar Video

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  1. Kat
    January 15, 2016

    The Antrim 1844 is such a classic wedding location! Beautiful work!

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