Today’s real Maryland wedding features not just one, but two beautiful brides! Eastport Photography sent us the beautiful union of Ophelia & Ana at Ceresville Mansion in Frederick Maryland. These ladies got married in some serious style with the super fun & modern black, white and hot pink color palette (one of my favs!) and some chic style. There ceremony space was gorgeous and their DJ had them rocking the night away. Take it away ladies!
Ophelia & Ana’s Modern, Hot Pink & Black Maryland Wedding at Ceresville Mansion
Photographer: Eastport Photography | Reception Venue: Ceresville Mansion | DJ: Champion Sounds | Floral Designer: Flowers by Eden | Makeup Artist: Silver Immersion | Cake Designer: Sugar Bakers Cakes | Submitted via Two Bright Lights
Ana and Ophelia chose the picturesque Ceresville Mansion in Frederick, Maryland for their special day. Ana and Ophelia got ready for their nuptials upstairs in the Mansion, across the hall from each other, being very careful not to see each other until the wedding ceremony!
Click inside for the rest of Ophelia & Ana’s modern, Maryland wedding at Ceresville Mansion in Frederick!
Both Ana and Ophelia were escorted down the aisle by their parents and exchanged their vows beneath the pagoda.
After the ceremony, we walked to the nearby barn for some portraits of the couple. As the sun set, it was time for the party to get underway.
Before dinner, Ana’s dad delivered a very heartfelt and comedic toast. The self-proclaimed bad public speaker had no shortage of wonderful things to say about his daughter, who he referred to as “the bride in the pants” and his best friend.
Ophelia’s dad delivered the blessing of the food and thanked all the guests for being there and for being such an important support system for the couple.
DJ Roz from Champion Sounds got the party started as he rocked the turntables (yes, turntables!). The music was so great and this group really loved to dance!
Before the night was over, Ana and Ophelia snuck outside for one last set of pictures under the pagoda, which was beautifully lit!