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Southern Maryland Wedding in Solomons | Kelly +Simon

Kelly and Simon didn’t plan on having a Southern Maryland wedding in Solomons, Maryland on June 13. Their original plan was a larger gathering in July over near St. Michael’s on the Eastern Shore. Like many couples, their original plan had to be postponed because of the pandemic.

But love isn’t canceled, and when Simon’s parents were coming up to visit from North Carolina, they decided to throw a wedding together in a matter of weeks.

Kelly made planning a southern Maryland wedding look easy, even though she was finishing up her school year as a teacher. In a matter of weeks, she had a dress, had me booked, had an officiant, had a location, and had a restaurant for her luncheon after the ceremony.

A really special part of their wedding was that they were uniting more than just the two of them; Kelly’s daughter is going into her senior year, and I love how they built in an opportunity for her to be part of the ceremony and how Simon fully embraced his new role as a dad as well as his new role of a husband.

After the ceremony, we took some photos of the bridal party on site, and then we headed south to Charles Street Brassiere. I’m so honored that I was able to document this micro wedding for Kelly and Simon. With teaching full-time, I can only do a handful of weddings a year, and I’m so glad this one fell into my summer break so I could document it and quickly get their gallery back to them. Kelly and Simon had a gorgeous Southern Maryland wedding in Solomons.

If you’re planning a wedding for 2021 or having your own tiny wedding in 2020, please let me know! If I’m available, I’d love to be able to document your official day before your big celebration! Send me an e-mail at or get in touch with me on my contact page!

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Meet Teresa


Hi. I’m Teresa. While photography is a part-time job for me, documenting your stories doesn’t ever get treated like it’s not important. My full-time gig is teaching high school English, journalism, and photography at an all-boys’ school in Washington, DC. Journalism is my favorite subject to teach because it is as much about writing as it is about the art of observing the world, and I became a photographer because of my experiences in photojournalism.

You’ll see in galleries with my families, children, newborns, or weddings, my style definitely is more about documenting connection and trying to create real moments. I love a good portrait, but my heart is happiest when I get real smiles from people loving on and playing with each other.

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