Signature Events

Baltimore Bride 20th Anniversary Party

January 12, 2017 at the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House
Signature Events

Baltimore Bride 20th Anniversary Party

January 12, 2017 at the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House

On January 12, Baltimore Bride magazine celebrated its 20th year on newsstands with a special cocktail party hosted at the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House. Longtime advertisers, editorial contributors, creative partners, Baltimore colleagues, friends, and family gathered together to toast the newly released 2017 issue and the publication’s successful longevity as a one-stop shop resource for every Baltimore bride and groom. In addition to celebrating a special birthday, Baltimore Bride was honored earlier this year at the annual Eddie & Ozzie Folio awards in New York City, which recognizes editorial and design excellence in national magazine media. The publication was given the coveted award for “Best Supplemental Annual Issue Design.”

Photo gallery credit: L.A. Birdie Photography

A special thanks to Bride’s party partners:

Mt. Washington Mill Dye House

Elizabeth Bailey Weddings & Events

Copper Kitchen

Victoria Clausen Floral Events

Select Event Group

Lanterna Wines

Woodford Reserve

Classic Collective DJs

Charm City Cakes



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