The Baltimore Museum of Industry was the perfect venue for Lisa and Elad’s wedding celebration this past Sunday, July 22nd. Cocktail hour was in full swing as guests arrived with a string trio band greeting them with lively music. Guests dined on a variety of sweet and sour meatballs, brie en brioche with a raspberry coulis sauce and an assortment of vegetables. Following cocktail hour, guests watched as Lisa and Elad said their I Do’s in front of the beautiful Baltimore harbor backdrop. Guests entered the beautifully decorated reception area with the museum’s eclectic industrial-themed memorabilia displayed in the background. Lisa and Elad went with a periwinkle and camel colored theme with simple but elegant floral arrangement centerpieces. The main course was served stations style. The first station was a carvery of herb crusted lamb and marinated flank steak served with quinoa salad and triple roast potatoes. The second station was salmon two ways: poached with lemon veloute, or glazed with a Pikesville rye whiskey and pineapple BBQ sauce. The last and most popular station was a Shanghi Noodle bar with a wide selection of broths and toppings. Guests had fun making their own noodle bowl with a selection of either chicken, beef, seafood or vegetarian broths, and toppings including broccoli, carrots, kobe beef, shredded free range chicken, chow mein noodles, and jalapenos to name a few. Friends and family danced the night away with the happy bride and groom and sent them on their way with best wishes. It was a great night to be a part of and we hope Lisa and Elad share a very happy future together.