A Bohemian, DIY Wedding at Events at 2640 in Baltimore, Maryland

Katherine Thomas (33 and co-owner of Milk & Ice Vintage) and Alex Schultz (28 and a graphic designer) met through a mutual friend. When Alex followed

Katherine Thomas (33 and co-owner of Milk & Ice Vintage) and Alex Schultz (28 and a graphic designer) met through a mutual friend. When Alex followed up to ask Kate out, she said no, joking that she was old enough to be his grandmother. He wittily responded, "That's okay, I'll help you cross the street," and Kate couldn't refuse him any longer. As the proprietor of a vintage shop and her significant other, it was only fitting that Kate and Alex be married at Events by 2640, a charming old church with stained glass and peeling paint that is part of the Red Emma's cooperative in Baltimore, Maryland. Their bohemian styled wedding was full of gorgeous DIY touches. The venue, which features a cathedral ceiling, was illuminated with lanterns strung from its arches and string lights around its pillars. The long tables at the reception were decorated with an assortment of colored vases filled with pink and red daisies in addition to several antique trays. As favors, Kate and Alex invited their guests to choose from a variety of eclectic salt and pepper shakers, which made for fun custom gifts. Kate looked amazing on her wedding day in an A-line wedding dress from J. Crew and antique turquoise jewelry. She carried a bouquet of baby's breath and wore baby's breath in her fishtail braid. Kate and Alex's gorgeous wedding was full of fun details.

First Kiss at Bohemian Baltimore Wedding
The reception was held at Red Emma's Events by 2640 space, a venue that used to be a church. The space features high cathedral ceilings and arches, which were decorated with lanterns for the wedding.
As favors, guests were invited to choose from an assortment of different salt and pepper shakers which read, "You can't have one without the other."
Newlyweds at Their Vintage Style Wedding
Kate and Alex allowed their guests to sit wherever they wanted at the reception.
The old church in which Kate and Alex were married was decorated with string lights and lanterns, which complemented the stain glass.
Kate wore a simple, A-line wedding dress with a cummerbund waist from J. Crew on her wedding. She carried a bouquet of baby's breath.
The long dining tables at the reception were decorated with an assortment of colorful bottles with flowers.
Alex wore a checkered navy shirt with a yellow tie. He wore a pink thistle boutonniere on his navy blazer.
The floral arrangements at Kate and Alex's wedding were kept simple with a mix of pink and red daisies. Some of the flower arrangements were placed on antique silver trays.