Kyle and Kayleigh were married on a perfect day in July of 2016. Surrounded by her eight bridesmaids, Kayleigh got ready in the house on the Walker’s Overlook property while her soon to be husband got ready with his eight groomsmen in the “man cave” in the basement- complete with vintage pinball games.
The ceremony was a family affair- both the officiant and ceremony musician were family friends. The maid of honor was Kayleigh’s sister and Kyle’s best man was his brother. Kayleigh’s brother was also a groomsmen. Rounding out the bridal party were many of their high school and college friends. The 16 bridesmaids and groomsmen looked on under the big beautiful tree behind Walker’s Overlook as the two recited their nuptials.
Pastel pinks adorned the bridesmaids dresses and sunflowers decorated the reception tent. The men wore gray and charcoal.
The bride and groom had many wonderful details at their wedding- including the cake and cookies, which were made by tKayleigh’s grandmother. Their mutual love of the television sitcom “Friends” was on display at the reception- literally! A few of the bridesmaids created painted signs that included fun phrases and stories from various episodes. What a fun touch!
Antique window frames were used for the seating chart. They entered into their reception to Jack Johnson’s “Do you Remember” for their first dance.
Kayleigh is a 2nd grade teacher and Kyle is a civil engineer. They now live in Federal Hill in Baltimore City, but frequently return to Frederick. The two honeymooned in Riviera Maya, Mexico after the wedding.
How they met: Kyle and Kayleigh met at Urbana High School in 10th grade Spanish class in 2007. They were friends for a few years and began dating their senior year.
The engagement: “We were in DC for New Year’s Eve 2014 to see one of our favorite bands, Third Eye Blind with some of our friends. The next day, Kyle wanted to go sight seeing. We were walking around the Jefferson Memorial and Kyle started saying all these super nice things, and I was half paying attention at first until I realized he stopped walking. When I finally realized what was happening he was already on one knee! My sister then ran over and we met our families at a restaurant nearby.”
Bride’s advice: “Just enjoy your day and don’t stress over the small stuff!”
Photographer :: Jacqie Q Photography**
Flowers :: Blossom and Basket Boutique**
Venue :: Walker’s Overlook
Catering :: Celebrations
Cake :: bride’s grandmother
DJ :: Amplified Entertainment-Dave Lynch
Dress :: J and B Bridal (Maggie Sottero, designer)
Hair & Makeup :: Ashley of Glam Bridal Beauty
Groom’s attire- :: Men’s Warehouse
Videographer :: James Bonato