Information for Friday, June 26: Rehearsal Dinner/Welcome Party for all guests, 6pm at the Rock Hall Yacht Club. There will be a bus (fits ~50 people) making two runs to the Yacht Club from Rock Hall, returning at the end of the night to get us all back home safe and sound. See below for pickup times and locations, promptness will be appreciated! If you absolutely cannot make the bus pickup time, there is parking available at the Yacht Club. If you need to leave your car overnight and take the bus home, please do. The manager has requested that those who do park at the Club follow the “Wedding Parking” signs and pull around to the side / back of the parking area so that the members can use their own parking lot. The bus will be back starting at 10 pm to return you to your pickup points.
Attire: Casual and Nautical. Please note that there will be some grass and uneven surfaces, so wedges or flats may be preferred for the ladies.
Rehearsal Dinner Bus Pickups / Directions:
The Inn at Huntingfield Creek – 5:15 pm
Mariner’s Motel – 5:20 pm
Osprey Point Inn (please note that this is the main location, not the Osprey Point Annex) – 5:45 pm
Ferry Park Gazebo – 5:50 pm
Information for Saturday, June 27: Wedding at the Inn at Huntingfield Creek, Ceremony starts at 5pm sharp! Cocktail hour & Reception to follow directly on location. There will be a trolley making two runs to the Inn, each pick up will accommodate roughly 26 people. If you are not able make it onto the trolley, please drive the short distance to the Inn and you will have the option of leaving your car and taking the trolley home. The trolley will begin making return trips to your accommodation in Rock Hall starting after the cake cutting (~9:30pm) and up until 1am for those late night partiers. See below for pickup times and locations. The ceremony will begin promptly at 5pm so we request that you arrive at the latest 4:45pm.
Attire: Cocktail Attire (Suit, or slacks/button down & ties for guys and dresses for girls). Note that you will definitely be on grass throughout the ceremony, cocktail hour and portions of the reception, so wedges or flats may be preferential for the ladies.
Wedding Trolley Pickups / Directions:
Mariner’s Motel – 3:30 pm
Osprey Point (please note that this is the main location, not the Osprey Point Annex) – 4:15 pm
Words of Wisdom: Almost everyone we have spoken to in Rock Hall has warned us about the police pulling over out-of-state licenses for speeding, turn signals, brake lights and especially drinking and driving, so please be careful! There are many transportation options to both the Rehearsal Dinner and Wedding site from Rock Hall- so unless you absolutely have to drive, please leave your car and be punctual to the pick-up points.
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Nautical attire encouraged!
Join us at the beautiful Inn at Huntingfield Creek for the ceremony and reception.
Parking is available at the Inn and we’re planning on providing a shuttle to various accommodations in the town of Rock Hall so stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the big day!
Cocktail Attire. Most of Saturday’s events will take place on grass, so please keep that in mind when deciding what shoes to wear!
After the ceremony, join us for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the beautiful back garden of the Inn
The reception will take place in the Old Barn, just a few steps past the vegetable garden. We’ll enjoy an amazing meal made from vegetables grown in that very garden!
The band will be cranking out the tunes all night, so start practicing your best moves!
The Inn at Huntingfield Creek is just a few minutes from most of the lodging options in Rock Hall and we’ll be providing a shuttle between points in Rock Hall and The Inn. The town has dockside inns, quaint B&B’s, and plenty of other weekend rental choices. Anywhere in town will be an ideal location to enjoy the weekend. Please make sure to note on the RSVP cards where you plan on staying so that we can best coordinate all of the Rock Hall transportation arrangements.
If you prefer the town of Chestertown, home of Washington College and a quick twenty minute drive from The Inn, you’ll find a wide range of accommodations including a Holiday Inn Express, a Comfort Suites, an historic hotel, and plenty of other choices.
While you’re here, you might find yourself looking for something to do besides attending an excellent wedding and its associated festivities. Well, fear not. The area has plenty of other activities to suit anyone’s fancy. Check out some of them here…
Once you’re done with that, slide over to some of the great eats in the neighborhood…
Feeling more adventurous? Of course you are! Why not take a quick trip through the picturesque countryside to some of the nicest seaside towns on the entire east coast…
How did I get here?
Where is my beautiful wife?
Once upon a time, Alex was born. At some point, he decided that eating was good. So he did. And it was good.
Soon after, Gena came on the scene and challenged conventional notions of fashion and decorum with her avante garde performance art piece “Spaghetti Hat.”
A gaggle of girls, a pair of Bermuda Reds, and a closed bar. Hemingway novel? How we met? Both?
Gena has lived in more countries than many of us have visited, but when she tells people where we went for our first trip together… she has to say “Belgium.”
I mean, seriously. Most people don’t even have pictures of their significant other drinking a Cantillon let alone walking down the hallowed steps from their grain storage attic.
What a sport.
Are you kidding me? Have you tried these oysters?! A ludicrous haul of amazing shellfish
On the right, you have a beautiful girl carry some beautiful food. On the left… well… he seems harmless at least.
Sometimes in life, you feel lucky. At these times you should play the lottery.
The picture to the side is Gena and myself at the National Homebrewers’ Conference
…I played the lottery the next day.
Copious amounts of savory game meats, melted cheese, and a moose.
You should see what she did to the other twin!
Exact quote from this moment: “This isn’t funny.”
Not to belabor a point, but Gena has lived in a lot of pla… blah… blah… blah.
Most traveled location as a couple…
You guessed it… Belgium
We both share a deep passion for travel and are in the early stages of planning what we hope will be an amazing trip to New Zealand. If you’re interested in helping us make it even more memorable, kindly check out our Honeyfund. It will be up and running shortly!