Baltimore Microwedding: Cayla + Greg

Like so many couples in 2020 Cayla and Greg were faced with many decisions about what to do for their wedding when Covid hit. Ultimately they decided they didn’t want to wait and turned their big wedding into an intimate one.

With a handful of guests they said I do at their original venue and started their lives together as Mr. and Mrs.

Here are a few words from their photographer about the day :

“COVID made so many couples reschedule their weddings to next year but there are a few select couples who still wanted to make it official this year and tie the knot, even if that mean doing it untraditionally. Cayla and Greg made the decision to celebrate their union with a formal ceremony with just a handful of their family present. They did not want the pandemic to put a complete end to all of their plans so they were able to secure a date with their venue, Main Street Ballroom, for just a few hours to make all the magic happen. Jess, their planner, made sure that everything ran smooth throughout the day. The florist worked hard to ensure that all of the floral details were in place before the couple even showed up. Meanwhile Megapixels Media, the photographers and videographers, captured all of the details that happened leading up to the big moment. Cayla arrived to the venue with hair and make-up already done, excited to see her soon to be groom. Moments before the ceremony, the couple did a first touch where they stood on opposite sides of a barn door while holding hands and shared some sweet words of comfort before the ceremony began.

The ceremony took place in a beautifully lit corner of the venue. Surrounded by windows and 12 members of family they said “I Do” and now they’re living a life of marital bliss.”

Photography and Videography: Megapixels Media

Venue: Main Street Ballroom

Florist: Yarrow Floral

Event Planner: Jess Albins Events