Real Wedding of the Day: Shannon & Alex

shannon alex wedding Photo: Love By Serena, Baltimore, MD

On the heels of this weekend’s big news (i.e. the world’s most famous bachelor nerd getting hitched), we scoped out one of our very own intellectual couples to shout out. Shannon and Alex married in the picturesque George Peabody Library at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, incorporating retro Americana details into the historic setting.

> See all the photos from this beautiful wedding!

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