stacks_image_AD6B14D5-AA42-4F77-AF7F-8AFCE8C2576D


There are many romantic venues in Historic Annapolis, and many alternatives for the reception following. Click one of the tabs at the top. (More details coming soon.)

Or, you might just do a short elopement ceremony next to a gorgeous sailing yacht between City Dock and Ego Alley.
stacks_image_FAC06A20-2A31-480A-A170-33BD619B714B

Cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to a wonderland of slower paced establishments, many with waterfront vistas. Some head for coastal towns like St. Michaels. Others might prefer the rural downtown of Easton. Or, perhaps be totally surrounded by water on Tilghman Island. Yes, just over the bridge, you can find Love's Point. How romantic.
stacks_image_7B40A4D7-E442-4623-B134-EE90359356E4
stacks_image_E1923259-0C64-42D0-974B-18EB1EB7AE65
We are assembling a comprehensive list of possible places to get married in and around Annapolis. If you know of others, please follow the Add Wedding Venues link. Thanks.
stacks_image_C3B4929E-C9CE-4EBD-9978-96750831D985
Need a minister? Consider Interfaith Minister Rev Tracey Moe, recently featured in the Washington Post - she'll design and officiate a wonderful wedding ceremony. Visit her website, (Annapolis Wedding Minister) to check her availability. Your wedding will get rave reviews!
stacks_image_1F1D05AF-CCAA-4B2D-8F21-A4B10BA772BA
Need to buy or sell a nice home? Consider experienced, educated, and enthusiastic Realtor Curt Hess, CRS who serves the Annapolis area with Keller Williams Select Realtors. Visit his web to survey the market.