On a cold winter day in November, some Peabody Library wedding photos were taken.
After a calm morning of getting dressed while looking over the steeples and victorian architecture that peppers the Baltimore skyline, Diana and Alf saw each other, all dressed up to be married, for the first time. Alf waited anxiously in a park while Diana strolled across a street towards him, beaming and smiling, to where he stood facing away. Diana walked up behind him, tapped him on the shoulder, and they melted into each other as their friends whooped and clapped from across the street. The thick, cold air was forgotten and they were ready to start their day together.
Before their ceremony, they walked through allies, holding hands. They stood stood under bits of ivy and in front of brick walls and they were every bit as trusting of me as they were when they agreed to drive to a farm in the middle of nowhere for a 5:50 a.m. sunrise engagement session to get some foggy weather photos.
Their wedding was awe worthy; a ceremony tucked under a million books at the Peabody Library. I love watching faces of people walking in and seeing it for the first time; their heads drawn upwards immediately at the tall ceilings and endless leather bound books towering over them.
All Peabody Library Wedding Photos by Nessa K