Robin and Scott Clark’s Wedding at the Boathouse at Sunday Park

Robin and Scott met using E-Harmony and hit it off since their very first date! He asked her out because of her picture and she said YES! They have been together for three years and just bought their first home. For fun, this couple likes to spend their time outside enjoying grilling in their backyard, running, and hunting. Scott asked Robin to marry him in a whisper almost so quiet she didn’t hear it one morning near Christmas last year. She was thrilled to become this snuggly, handsome, sweet guy’s wife and in turn he was ecstatic about having his beautiful, positive thinking, funny bride Robin by his side for life!





Robin, Scott, and about 90 of their closest friends and family members joined together to celebrate the union and enjoy the beautiful weather at the Boathouse at Sunday Park. Scott’s best man was Allen – a long time friend of 23 years from Annapolis, Maryland. Robin chose Heather Flora to be her maid of honor for their day – friends since high school.




The Boathouse at Sunday Park is an amazing venue with a beautiful arbor overlooking the Lake where you can often see sailboats, canoes, and other fun activities going on. The waitstaff were impeccably prepared and everything went off without a hitch. I so appreciate when a venue so carefully plans out the day with the Bride and Groom and in that timeline, work in some awesome moments for us to get some great Bride and Groom portraits. These were done out on a little dock on the water – the sky, the birds, the backdrop, and of course the couple looked beautiful that day! Beautiful location, beautiful day, beautiful couple – I couldn’t ask for more!



Robin had details all over the wedding reception that showed their other big interest – Disney! The cake topper was a Prince Charming and Cinderella and Robin and Scott definitely looked like a prince and princess on their big day.

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Robin and Scott also took advantage of our videography services! I am in LOVE with their video. It represents them so well!! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Be sure to view it full screen by clicking the bottom right corner and make sure your sound is turned up! Enjoy!