All photos in this blog post, are not ours. Credit to Love by Serena Wedding Photography.

For the sake of staying warm this winter, it’s vital that we keep sharing weddings that we catered during the warmer months. It’ll help our clients who are preparing for upcoming spring and summer weddings this year, and it will help us celebrate the weddings and events that left us so proud of our work last year.

Jackie and Richard’s beautiful Historic London Town wedding in Edgewater, MD was as beautiful as how their love story developed. Jackie and Richard met through working together, and their relationship grew when Richard moved to the States from England. Richard’s friends and families made the trip to Historic London Town in Edgewater, MD for the wedding. It was an intimate affair that celebrated Jackie and Richard’s love and commitment to one another. It was the blending of cultures that made this wedding truly unique like the English hats that the ladies wore to the weddings. Kate Middleton has nothing on these English women.

So, of course we had to do the same thing for the wedding menu. Blend Richard’s English background with Jackie’s American upbringing for the perfect, classic food style that would appease all of their guests. For appetizers, we served lamb skewers, crab macaroni and cheese, twice baked potatoes topped with sour cream and chives, Yorkshire pudding served with a creamy horseradish sauce, and a lemon ginger seared tuna mini taco with avocado and wasabi. If you’re not familiar with Yorkshire pudding, it is a classic English accompaniment to roasted meats. We served ours with beef and gravy on top of the Yorkshire pudding. The slightly messy appetizer was not a problem for the guests at this Historic London Town Wedding in Edgewater, MD.

For the main course, we served a baby field greens salad with crumbled Gorgonzola cheese, sliced pear, glazed walnuts and balsamic vinaigrette. The dual entree was an absolute Maryland classic with sliced Filet Mignon served with demi glaze and a jumbo lump crab cake served with an Eastern Shore Remoulade. This dual entree was accompanied by grilled asparagus and roasted fingerling potatoes.

After dinner, guests enjoyed dancing inside the Historic London Town property. Since it was rainy outside, we brought the wedding games inside the Historic London Town Wedding tent. Guests enjoyed playing Jumbo Jenga that was made from enormous pieces that towered on the ground. Perfect for a large crowd, and it proved to be quite the entertainment for the wedding. The centerpiece at each table was a different board game that guests could enjoyed with those at their table. What a unique wedding centerpiece that was fun for guests of all ages to enjoy. Since the guests worked up an appetite playing these wedding games, we serve beef burger sliders topped with American cheese and served with tater tots. Definitely an American inspired late night wedding snack.

The wedding decor details were simple, yet so eloquently beautiful. 24 mason jars with star lids and candles lined the backdrop of the wedding ceremony. It added the perfect touch of light to the indoor wedding, as it was a bit dreary outside. The guest book was unique too with a framed print of the United States and England to symbolize the joining together of the bride and groom. The escort card holder was an amazing cork board made from wine corks. A perfect DIY escort card idea for your wedding. To incorporate the groom’s love for cricket, there was a print of cricket fielding positions on a gold stand, in addition to a vintage cricket bat and ball. Seriously, how much more personable can your wedding decor details be? Leave it to Jackie and Richard to also have customized corn hole boards, with their initials on it underneath the map of the United States and England.

Every single personal touch from this Historic London Town Wedding in Edgewater, MD was so unique and told a story of the couple to their family and friends. We absolutely loved catering this wedding in Annapolis. We wish Jackie and Richard a lifetime of happiness!

Thank you to Love by Serena for these beautiful wedding photographs.