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We've designed and directed noteworthy celebrations from Charleston to New York, and beyond. Whether you're envisioning a European-style chateau setting or a city-chic rooftop bash, we'll create the perfect atmosphere for your memories. 

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Foxfire Farm, Monkton

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Evergreen Museum, Baltimore

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Clifton Inn, Charlottesville

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Oheka Castle, Long Island

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Baltimore Museum of Art

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620 Loft & Garden,
New York

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Evergreen Museum, Baltimore

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Brittland Manor, Chestertown

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Peabody Library, Baltimore

Featured Weddings

Seriously, I cannot thank you enough and I am so happy with how things turned out for our wedding. We had no major hiccups and that is completely due to your efforts. My parents were thrilled with East Made too; they can't stop talking about you.

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We'll draw from a luxury list of curated sources and venues to create a one-of-a-kind aesthetic and mood for your event, enabling you to connect with your nearest and dearest effortlessly, in a stunning setting. 

The inviting atmosphere of a candlelit dinner.

From walking down the aisle to your favorite song to twirling around the dance floor under a floral chandelier, we pride ourselves in facilitating moments of delight. 

Witnessing our couples experience true joy. 

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From cultural traditions to featured dances to cuisine, we'll work together to weave meaningful moments throughout your wedding day, ensuring that your celebration itself will be a treasured heirloom for generations to come.

Incorporating family heirlooms and traditions.

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Held at a private horse farm in Monkton, Maryland, this wedding included a roster of NFL groomsmen and was featured on Style Me Pretty.

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Neutral NFL Wedding

Featured on the cover of Moevir, a French fashion magazine, this bridal/fashion editorial included gowns by Marchesa and a Top of the Rock setting.

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Windswept in New York City

Featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, this couple of ER doctors decided to downsize their DC wedding to only 11 guests to celebrate safely during the pandemic. 

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DC Indian Fusion Wedding

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Jialin & Howard

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This fashion-industry couple inspired us with their style motto, "balance is the key." Theirs was a dazzling rooftop celebration for 47 guests in midtown Manhattan, designed in a modern minimalist aesthetic and featuring nods to their Chinese heritage in the bride's favorite color palette. 

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Daniela & Emmanuel

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Filled to the brim with romantic details, this intimate wedding for only 30 guests was truly ahead of its time. Spanning three of the most scenic locations in Baltimore, we drew inspiration from silk fabrics and soft femininity, and infused a blush and gold color palette with a touch of deep burgundy drama.

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Proud & Jonathan

Inspired by chinoiserie prints and opulent textures, this floral wonderland wedding evokes a European dream. Beautifully photographed by Parisian photographer Greg Finck, Oheka Castle truly transports us to a French-style celebration, and stunning views abound from the manicured gardens to the ornate ballroom setting.

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Alissa & Steve

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Inspired by the bride's career in the textile industry, neutral fabrics in varied textures created the basis for this delicately layered design. Held at the Clifton Inn in Charlottesville, Virginia, we designed a romantic celebration using touches of subtle blush and wood tones to add warmth and masculinity.

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Katherine & Jared

Splitting their time between NYC and Baltimore, and finding inspiration in past travels to Southern France, Katherine and Jared worked with us to design a transportive NYC-meets-Provence celebration, marrying chic city style and clean lines with touches of lavender and garden-style florals. With bubbly flowing and an inviting lavender scent infusing the air, guests danced the night away beneath bistro lights and a greenery canopy. 

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Kirsten & Mike

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Guests at this al fresco celebration enjoyed live music, an impressive rainbow, and farm-to-table dining. A couple since middle school, Kirsten and Mike created an intimate atmosphere in a private home setting, and were surrounded by those who had witnessed this sweet couple grow up together. 

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Alex & Eric

Juxtaposing sleek, modern touches of white and black with a more storied, antique aesthetic, Alex and Eric exchanged their vows surrounded by thousands of books at the Peabody Library. Organic florals in muted creams and Alex's chic hair and makeup ensured a timeless feel, as everlasting as the volumes of literature housed in the stacks above.

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Catherine & Alex

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They met in math class, live in NYC, and sought a waterfront getaway weekend on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Brittland Manor provided the ideal tented backdrop for this evergreen garden celebration, complete with the bride pulling up to the ceremony in her father's vintage Land Rover. Oh, and the guests all received calculator favors!

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Tory & Drew

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Only the most magical celebrations feature this kind of trilogy: a relaxed, inviting atmosphere, a puppy cameo, and the bride singing Billy Joel with the band. This Evergreen Museum wedding was organic autumn magic, with a unique color palette and fabulous florals, inspired by Italian gatherings.

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