In the wedding industry it's all about community not competition. We all strive to do what is necessary to make your wedding day beautiful and stress free. Below you will find wedding vendors I have had the honor working with. These amazing vendors know their craft and are passionate about what they do. You might want to hire them...just saying!
Sarah B photography
"why do i do what i do? and why do i do it the way that i do? well, moments matter guys. REAL MOMENTS MATTER. not posed or forced Sears portrait moments. me personally, i thrive on nostalgia. it's kinda one of my favorite things. so i want to create nostalgic moments for you."
LANDON WISE PHOTOGRAPHY
I was compelled into the wedding photography business over five years ago and have enjoyed every second of this rewarding medium; rewarding in the sense that I know my photographs are going to be felt. Whether its a smile, a laugh or a tear of joy, I love capturing those exact moments that will last a lifetime.
We never ever put the spotlight on ourselves. We don’t talk on the microphone all night. We don’t bring props or toys. We don’t make it about us. We know that we can make or break any event and we take that very seriously. Which is why we have the most experienced staff when it comes to your event. From Djs to lighting and photo booths, we provide event entertainment the way it should be.
TITUS TOUCH MUSIC
We are a full time DJ Entertainment Company serving MD, DC, VA, PA, WV and Westchester County NY! We offer DJ services, photo booths, elegant drapery, custom backdrops and various lighting options that can really enhance your event experience!
Taryn Blake events
Whether you’re planning a traditional church wedding, private backyard bbq, upscale soiree, laid-back farm wedding, destination event or a beach side party – we’re here to help you have a stress free day so you can focus on what’s important – each other.
splints & daisies
I have been a long time flower lover and plant geek. Growing up I was a rambunctious toddler and decided to get a head start in the horticulture industry by eating my mothers house plants. This mostly resulted in the poison control center being called repeatedly, but also instilled in me the love of all things "green and growing". I have had my hands in the dirt and been playing with flowers my whole life.