The best wedding venues add to the romance of this very special occasion, with beautifully crafted surroundings and lighting that enhances a couples' radiance. The Engineer's Club of Baltimore at the Garrett Jacobs Mansion is such a location.
I love the curves of the grand staircase pictured above, leading one's eye to the couple, stealing a private moment lit by the glow from the stained glass window and brass sconces. Ornate details in the wallpaper and the intricately carved wood of the walls and ceiling evoke a warm elegance. Wedding ceremonies and receptions held at The Engineer's Club recall the splendor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Today, locals continue to celebrate in style at this top Baltimore wedding venue in the heart of the city's Mt. Vernon neighborhood.
While the mansion's interior lends a low-lit intimacy to photographs, couples and their families may also gather outdoors for some landmark Baltimore wedding photos. Just steps from The Engineers Club is Mount Vernon Place, the original Washington Monument, The Park Square, and nearby fountain.