Lacey and Chase are quite the couple to be around. Chase is a Maryland native, and while Lacey calls Maryland home, her southern accent sneaks in during conversation and is as charming as they both are. These Baltimore lovebirds are always up for an adventure and it was no different for the Friday night we got together for their engagement session. A typical weekend for these two involves jumping on their moped and taking advantage of Maryland’s open roads; sounds like a fun adventure to me. Part two of their engagement session will be up next week…until then…cheers to the weekend.

Taylor and Brad were married at Loyola University this past May. To them, this day probably seems worlds away because within hours of it ending, Brad was off to Okinawa,Japan where he and Taylor will be stationed the next few years. In many ways, their wedding was a giant going away party and they celebrated with as many family and friends as they could squeeze around them. Taylor’s gorgeous bridal party is evidence of just how loved this couple is and how much they are already missed. Taylor and Brad, I am so excited to see your family grow and wish you the best in the adventures you have already started.

Tucked alongside the Patapsco River and nestled next to Old Ellicott City is a little town known as Oella. Sarah and Jeff introduced me to this tiny former mill-town and all the pride that comes with living there.  Rich history, tiny row houses, beautiful walking paths are what make up this place that they call home.  Even as a Maryland native, I had never heard of this little place and it was fun to explore the former cotton mills and venture down to areas near and dear to them.  Can you spot their furry family member who tagged along for the adventure?  Thank you Sarah and Jeff for making your engagement session so personal; I will certainly be back to Oella for a visit sometime soon.