Last night Mary & Terry said “I do” and then celebrated with their friends and family at Baltimore’s Star-Spangled Banner Flag House. Built in 1793, the Flag House was once the home and business place of Mary Pickersgill, who sewed the garrison flag Francis Scott Key witnessed flying over Fort McHenry that inspired him to write our national anthem. The reception began with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres served by the staff of Uptown Catering inside the Flag House Museum and games of cornhole on the front lawn. Introductions of the bridal party and Mr. & Mrs. Thorgramson into the museums’s upper ballroom followed with the Groom’s seven year old son introducing the newlyweds. Mary & Terry then danced their first dance to Van Morrison’s “Sweet Thing”. The Bride danced with her Father to the Bee Gee’s “First Of May” and then the groom danced with his Mother to Louis Armstrong’s “What A Wonderful World” after that. Dinner was then served and before you new it, and all out dance party had started. We loved playing to this fine group of guests as they came ready to party! Song requests from artists like Dion, Digital Undergound, Bon Jovi, Notorious B.I.G. and more kept the groove going all night. Susie & Becky Photography worked along with us to capture all the dancing, sing alongs and other fun memories. The evening came to a close with everyone circled up on the dance floor singing along to Garth Brook’s “Friends In Low Places”. Congratulations to two really awesome people!
Mary & Terry’s Reception at The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House
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