Local Love: June 2019

Nine swoon-worthy weddings from the city to the bay.
Baltimore Weddings - June 2019

Local Love: June 2019

Nine swoon-worthy weddings from the city to the bay.
Baltimore Weddings - June 2019

-Erika Layne Photography

Welcome to the first issue of Local Love under the umbrella of Baltimore Weddings, formerly Baltimore Bride. We officially launched our new name with our 2019 issue, and we’ve been so happy with how excited everyone is about it. Our name better reflects who we have always been in our magazine: inclusive and celebratory of all kinds of love and full of stories that extend beyond just the bride.

We adore this Local Love supplement. It’s a chance for us to offer a true service to our readers: nine real couples and their weddings that have taken place around here with local vendors and genuinely delightful ideas. Read more at BaltimoreWeds.com.

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