Kim and Collin met in 2017 on a dating app. “He was actually a few hours late picking me up. I was about to lose interest and tell him to kick rocks until he finally came and picked me up. We went to a club in downtown Baltimore. We stayed for a few hours, then decided to leave and walk the harbor; we sat at a bench a few feet away from the water and ended up talking all night. We instantly fell in love.”
Collin proposed on Christmas day in 2020. “I had just woken up and was on my way to the bathroom. He had the ring out in the kitchen, and I ended up walking in, and he hurried up, got on one knee, and tried to ask for my hand.”
112 guests, including a 31-person wedding party, helped the couple celebrate their September nuptials. “I had my stepfather walk me halfway down the aisle, then had my father walk us the rest of the way. Collin’s stepfather was our pastor.”
The couple chose a formal vintage theme for their wedding at Cortland Mansion and used sage green, blush, and gold for their color palette. Kimberly is an accounts payable supervisor, and Collin is a lube technician. They currently reside in Millersville, Maryland.
First dance: Genuine – Differences
Venue: Cortland Mansion**
Photography & Videography: Mindy Lopez Forever Yours Photography
Hair & Makeup: Wedding Day Ready Glam