Signature Events

The Wedding Party Winter Show

Monday, February 3, 2020 at Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
Signature Events

The Wedding Party Winter Show

Monday, February 3, 2020 at Sagamore Pendry Baltimore

More than 170 guests joined Baltimore Weddings for The Wedding Party Winter Show on February 3 at Sagamore Pendry Baltimore. With access to 40+ premiere vendors from floral designers to photographers, attendees mingled with experts across all fields to discover top trends in the world of weddings. The breathtaking main ballroom and grand staircase were exquisitely decorated with floral designs, an elegant tablescape, and custom Instagram photo wall—all thanks to the talents of Arrica Lindsay Events and Ann’s Garden. iHeart Media's DJ G-Money played a top-hit inspired mix, perfect for any reception. While meeting with vendors, guests enjoyed bites from the antipasto station, sweet treats by Classic Catering, and signature cocktails by Deep Eddy and Johnnie Walker. Guests also took home an exclusive “Marryland” tote courtesy of Harbor Magic Hotels.

Couldn't make it to the Winter Show? We've got you covered, join us for the Summer Show at Haven Street Ballroom on July 15.

Thank you to all of the wedding experts who participated and a special thanks to Living Radiant Photography for capturing the event.



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