Zeffert and Gold had a blast at Michaela and Hunt’s dream wedding this past Saturday at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. The space was decorated in silver and white with Mason jar floral arrangements on each table. The centerpieces also included a picture of their beloved bulldog who also acted as their ring bearer.
The ceremony was held on the back patio with the inner harbor as their backdrop. It was a beautiful setting with boats passing by and the weather could not have been more perfect. Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktail hour on the patio as well.
A welcome table greeted guests with delicious appetizers like bruschetta bazaar, hot Maryland crab dip, crudité shots with a pesto ranch dip and a large antipasto dish. Servers also passed butlered hors d’oeuvres including bang-bang shrimp, asparagus spears wrapped with sirloin, jerk chicken skewers with a pineapple curry sauce, cheesesteak wontons with “cheese wiz” and Asian spoons.
Michaela and Hunt’s family and friends then entered the reception area held inside of the museum. They got to choose from three tasty food stations including a build-your-own pasta bar, a slider station of cheeseburgers and pulled pork sliders, and Argentine Bogota Nights station which had a carve of marinated flank steak and Argentinean roasted chicken. The couple also chose flavorful side dishes to accompany the stations such as macaroni and cheese bites, fried green beans, warm potato salad and a quinoa salad with avocado, black beans and corn.
To top the night off, there was an ice cream sundae bar with a large variety of toppings including hot fudge, Oreo bits, wet nuts, Reese’s bits, sprinkles and whipped cream. Guests danced the night away with the happy couple until the party concluded. Although the party concluded at the museum, the after party continued just down the street. It was a fantastic night of food, fun and dancing and we were happy to have been a part of Michaela and Hunt’s special day. We wish them all the best as they start a new exciting chapter in their lives.