Rebecca and Megan are two Baltimore brides that radiated love and warmth into a soft industrial style wedding day! Prompted by the Supreme Court's controversial ruling on abortion, these brides were, like many in the LGBTQ+ community, concerned about their rights being taken away as well. They knew in that moment that they weren't getting married next month or next year, but that week!
Follow along to see how these lovely ladies created a last minute artful and unique intimate wedding. All photography by Barbara O Photography .
Megan and Rebecca started their wedding day with a first look and portraits at a vintage clipper mill nearby their venue. After meeting locally in college at Peabody, where they both sang opera, they are now considering moving to Panama where Rebecca was raised.
We could not find the exact veil, but we found one that is extremely close. It definitely adds a whole new dimension to the her bridal look.
We love the distinctive dresses these ladies chose - both unique in their style yet match romantically together!
Megan's dress is from BHLDN, click on the link below to shop her style.
When searching for the perfect, cozy venue for a intimate ceremony and reception Rebecca and Megan fell in love with Artifact Coffee . Artifact is truly unique space that flips from cafe to wedding space with vintage stylings, dramatic red curtains, and distinct stone walls.
We love these quaint cafe tables with wildflower bouquets! They give such a cozy and bright atmosphere for a coffee house wedding.
After their sweet ceremony, the brides joined their family and friends for a fun-filled reception! Rebecca's family lives in and traveled from Panama so the cozy coffee shop was perfect for dinner, dancing, and dessert. Personal touches like this photo guestbook were a great way to commemorate their night!
The brides' love for their cats, two adorable siblings, was featured in these adorable cat figurines which made an excellent ring holder and cake topper!
After their first dance as wife and wife, Megan and Rebecca enjoyed a delicious meal from Artifact's in-house catering company Woodberry Kitchens who provided both the dinner and dessert menu. We love Megan's outfit change into a black, chic suit for the remainder of the reception.