Please welcome Nicole and Michael Kosky. This beautiful and lively couple were wed on September 14, 2013 in Leonardtown, MD.
Nicole and Michael selected an elegant color palette which consisted of navy blue, lime green, and white. Megan wore a beautiful lace dress accented with a gorgeous brooch. The bridesmaids wore navy chiffon dresses and carried a bunch of white hydrangea flowers. Michael and the groomsmen all wore steel gray tuxedos. After exchanging vows at the church, everyone continued the celebration at Olde Breton Inn. Celebrating is an understatement. As you can see from the photos below, once they entered the venue, the party didn’t stop until the last guest left for the evening.
Thank you Maggie and Betty , with Birds of a Feather Photography for these stunning photographs that captured the love and joy of this beautiful day.
Congratulations to Nicole and Michael! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your fabulous day!
Photography: Birds of a Feather Photography
Ceremony Location: St. Aloyisisus Catholic Church
Reception Location & Catering: Olde Breton Inn
Ceremony& Reception Decor + Wedding Planning: TreBella Events
Bouquets & Boutonnieres: David’s Flowers
Cake: Michelle’s Cakes
Make Up: S-Kape Salon
After getting hair and makeup done at the S-Kape salon, Nicole and the bridesmaids finished getting ready in the Bridal Suite in the Old Breton Inn.
The Groom’s mother made the dresses for the flower girls. They each looked like a little princess.
Nicole and Michael exchanged vows at St. Aloyisisus Catholic Church located in Leonardtown, MD
On to the beautiful Olde Breton Inn for Cocktails, Dinner, and Dancing.
Nicole was a true DIY bride and made the escort cards, menu cards and favors. They turned out beautifully.
Nicole and Mike were introduced into the ballroom to cheers and applause!
They partied nonstop!
Birds of a Feather took the Bride and Groom outside for a few photos as the sun set over the river.
The Bride and Groom came back inside for more dancing and fun…
The night ended with a Grand Exit of sparklers. What an end to a perfect evening…