cynthia + amy

the mt. washington

dye house

When Cynthia and Amy told us that they wanted to have a Sunday Funday wedding we were immediately on board. The pair, who were best friends before they dated, made us feel like we were part of their gang from the beginning. Their late September day was filled with charm and personality (and an epic Selena dance party). 

Photography: Anthony Sekellick

These two love birds scouted locations for months prior to their big day. When you bring a shot list with this much detail and variety, the results are drool worthy. 

Amy looked effortlessly beautiful in a boho gown from Pronovias, from Betsy Robinson Bridal. Cynthia wore purple socks donned with avocados, a wooden tie clip, and a cobalt blue custom suit from Enzo Custom Clothing. 

Their bridal party wore mismatched shades of purple from Azazie and custom suits from Enzo in grey

Steel Cut Flower Co. used fresh herbs and layers of purple to carry through a modern romantic vibe

Grove Letter Co. created the most incredible seating chart on an antique gold mirror.

We're still not over it.

We faded out The Cranberries when the yodeling started,

lived for the Bloody Mary Bar from Copper Kitchen,

and audibly sobbed when Cynthia's father gave his toast. 

Did we mention an epic dance party? These kids kept the dance floor PACKED. 


Planner: The Otherside Creatives

Photography: Anthony Sekellick 

Florist: Steel Cut Flower Co.

Amy's Gown: Pronovias at Betsy Robinson Bridal

Cynthias Suit: Enzo Custom Clothing

Amy's Hair + Makeup: Pearl @ 100 West

Bridal Party Hair: Nicole Leadbeater, Pit Crew Hair Studio

Catering: Copper Kitchen

DJ: Baltimore SoundL

Lighting and Drape: Event Dynamics, LLC.

Lettering: Grove Lettering Co.

Venue: The Mt Washington Dye House

After Party: Fraziers on The Avenue