Kevin and Megan met in a high school library over 10 years ago. “When we sat across from each other, we had no idea that we would one day marry each other in front of our closest friends and family.”
Kevin proposed to Megan on a hike at the Monocacy Aqueduct with their dog, Max. “I didn’t know was that Max’s vest contained an engagement ring Kevin had picked out weeks before. We walked for a while and eventually stopped to take pictures as a family. Instead of setting a timer for our camera, Kevin pressed play and got the entire proposal on camera.”
75 guests attended their August nuptials, including a 12-personal wedding party. “A few raindrops fell as we read our vows, but no one remembers those drops. Everyone, however, remembers the teardrops falling from Kevin’s face – he was a little emotional. We were announced husband and wife, we kissed, and our niece made the entire crowd laugh by screaming, ‘runaway groom!’”
The couple chose burgundy and champagne for their wedding decor colors. “We wanted our guests to feel welcomed, but most importantly, we wanted our guests to feel safe because of COVID-19 concerns. This was a very important event for our families and many hours went into making the day possible.” The two left the venue via a sparkler send-off.
Megan is a counseling intern at FCPS and Kevin is a paralegal. They currently reside in Frederick.
First dance: I Get To Love You, RUELLE
Venue: Ceresville Mansion**
Photography: Spence Photographics**
Dress: TLC Bridal Boutique**
Flowers: Blossom & Basket Boutique**
Dessert: Angel Cakes
Alterations: Executive Tailoring
Entertainment: The Dapper DJs**
Lighting: Mark Henry Events
Transportation: On The Town Limousines**
Officiant: Joyce Hilbery**