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October 23, 2009
Venue Shopping in the Rain with Samantha and Brandon

On those weekends that we do not have a wedding scheduled, Encounters is still busy with wedding planning. There can be floral appointments in the morning, cake tastings at lunch and perhaps a photography appointment in the late afternoon. Some days we are just busy touring venues with our clients to help them find the perfect place for their celebration.


So last weekend, while I was thankful that I did not have to deal with a disappointed bride because of the early nor’easter that hit Maryland - we toured venues with Samantha and Brandon. Key for them is water! They really would like to host their wedding overlooking the Chesapeake Bay or a river leading into it.


Initially we had started looking at a couple of venues in Baltimore like the Museum of Industry, Maryland Science Center and Pier V. Our second expedition included the Phillip Merrill Center at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation in Annapolis, the Silver Swan in Stevensville and Chesapeake Bay Beach Club. Then we headed out to St Michael’s and visited The Oaks. Even a cold rainy day could not take away from the beauty of this venue. Brandon, Samantha and her mother all fell in love the place. They knew that this would be a wonderful place to celebrate their love with family and friends.


Now on with the planning…

Posted October 23, 2009 by Encounters
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