Among the teased and towering hair, the fluttering boas and the crowd sticky with snowballs Saturday at Hampden's Honfest wound a joyful party who were celebrating more than the neighborhood's quirky character.
West Laurel resident Brooke Barcheski and Jeremy Moore were married May 26 in Bethesda. During the reception and the couple's first dance together, the bride got caught up in her train and crashed to the floor. While the crowd was gasping, the bride jumped up and did a freestyle dance before rejoining her new husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Jones, of St. Petersburg, Fla., announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amanda Lynn Jones, to Dean Bradford Layman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Layman, of Ellicott City. Jessica Prosen, daughter of David and Beverly Prosen, of Columbia, is engaged to be married to Ryan Strawcutter, son of Susan Strawcutter, of Harrisburg, Pa., and Ron Strawcutter, of Tree City, Ga.
Created by Frederick, Md.-based Brewer's Alley, Wedding Alt will be released May 10. It will be the first in an epxanded line of seasonal and specialty beers Brewer's Alley hopes to bottle and retail in Maryland stores.
The first "Port Palooza" of the season (May through October) is right around the corner. Mark your calendars for the first Saturday in May, the 5th, and plan to stop by Port's Town Square that afternoon for live music, food, crafters and vendors
Laurel Mill Playhouse's quaint spring show, "Brides of March," directed by Pauline Gritchell-Mitchell, pays tribute to John Chapman, a prolific British writer credited with contributing to the establishment of the Whitehall Theatre in London as the home of post-war West End farce. Published in 1961, Chapman's sophisticated play punned the 15th day of March in the Roman calendar, the Ides of March, as the "Brides of March" those many years ago. ...
Mistovich, who plans catered events at M&T Bank Stadium, wanted a wedding reception that was a little off the beaten path, so she and Patronik dreamed up a comfortable but sophisticated country-chic theme.