bryan weber photography

Esther & Stephen - Wedding at Fonthill Castle

Last Saturday was a beautiful day for a wedding! After a week of rain, the sun finally came out and stayed out. I began the day with Esther and Stephen’s first look and portraits and then captured moments organically as they happened. One highlight was when Stephen and his band sang “Something” by The Beatles for his new wife! The dance floor was rocking all night long and the bubble send off was a perfect way to finish the night. Congrats to the newlyweds! Here’s your first week sneak peek!

Venue: Fonthill Castle
Florist
: Vault and Vine
Hair and Makeup: Daneene Jensen and Associates
Caterer: Seedling and Sage
Band: Wedding Crashers
Dress: David’s Bridal


Jacqui & Brent - The Loft at Jack's Barn

Jacqui and Brent possess a love and closeness that is truly inspiring! They shine individually, but together, they radiate so much joy, warmth, positivity, and strength. I am so happy for them and for their future together as a couple!

Venue: The Loft at Jack's Barn
Caterer: Frungillo Caterers
Hair and Makeup: Vanessa Olivieri
Band: The Sunday James Band
Dress: Tadashi Shoji

Lisa & Walid - Baltimore Wedding at Bar Vasquez

Here's a quick first week sneak peek of Lisa and Walid's Baltimore wedding. We started the day with getting ready photos at their home, then shot portraits in Mount Vernon, and finished with their ceremony and reception at Bar Vasquez in the Inner Harbor district. As you'll see, the evening's band, Millennium, had Lisa, Walid, and their guests dancing all night long!

Venue: Bar Vasquez
Wedding Planner: Elizabeth Bailey Weddings
Band: Millennium
Dress: Anthropologie BHLDN
Hair: Marlanea Guidotti
Make up: Angie D’Amico

Sam & Chris - Engagement Session - Terhune Orchards

I'm a problem solver. When plans get disrupted, when challenges arrive, I thrive. So this fall, when I drove up to Terhune Orchards for my engagement session with Sam and Chris and was redirected by police into a second parking lot, when I saw literally thousands of people filling the grounds, I didn't stress a bit. I took it as a challenge. The photos you see below were achieved despite the crowds and despite the limited locations to work with. We made it work and the result is one of my all time favorite engagement sessions.