Archive for October, 2010

Washington DC Federal Building Engagement Session

posted by nole

As the Nation’s capital and seat of government, downtown Washington, DC is full of all sorts of interesting federal office buildings with cool architectural details – from wrought iron gates to porticos.  You might not be able to get into any of these federal office buildings without an ID badge, but lucky for us they’re [read more…]

Unique Wedding Entertainment Ideas

posted by Julianne

Photo Credit:  Tom Kochel Photography No one ever expects the unexpected at a wedding, but sometimes it is fun to have more than just the traditional dinner and dancing at your reception.  Here are a five unique entertainment ideas for weddings in the Washington, DC area… Aeriel Arts Perfect for a wedding venue with lots [read more…]

Kent Island Maryland Wedding of Kelly + Kyle

posted by nole

We love a pretty Annapolis wedding! Kelly and Kyle were married on Kent Island, Maryland, with a beautiful ceremony overlooking the water as a perfect nod to their childhood near Annapolis.  To complement the venue’s nautical Chesapeake Bay-area setting, Kelly chose a navy blue and ivory color palette together with beautiful hydrangea floral arrangements.  Abby [read more…]

Why Weddings from Baltimore to Charlottesville?

posted by Julianne

Washington, DC is a small, but mighty city.  It is only about 61 square miles, which isn’t really that big if you consider all that goes on in our nation’s capital.  But, what really helps to define Washington, DC is the area that surrounds the city.  Some call it the DC metro area, the DMV, [read more…]

Winter Wedding Ideas: Raw Cotton

posted by nole

For couples getting married in the DC area in winter, it can be a bit tough to find floral options that don’t cost a complete arm and leg.  One of my favorite floral ideas for any season just happens to work perfectly in winter – raw cotton!  These soft pillows of fluffy white cotton look [read more…]

Washington DC Wedding: Reyna + Matt Classic Celebration

posted by nole

Reyna and Matt were married in a true Washington, DC wedding in every sense of the word – from the blending of Reyna and Matt’s heritage and traditions to the gorgeous ceremony at St. Peter’s Cathedral in DC’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.  Leah from Studio Juno was there to capture the entire day, so let’s get [read more…]

Ten Reasons to Get Married in DC

posted by Julianne

Thinking of Washington, DC for your wedding?? In case you needed convincing for why the Nation’s capital is unlike any other place in the world, here are ten reasons to get married in Washington, DC… Photo credit:  Kurstin Roe Photography 1.  They give out marriage licenses regardless of political affiliation, so you can get a [read more…]

Knitted Wedding Dress Inspiration

posted by Julianne

I have to admit, I’m a sucker for anything hand made. And, well, this knitted wedding dress by Washington, DC wedding dress designer, Punk Rock Bride, is hand made and then some! Punk Rock Bride’s collection of stylishly simple wedding dress features a hand knit wedding dress. Yes, that’s right! Stephanie Ward, owner of Punk [read more…]

Maryland Post-Wedding Celebration: Sara + Mark

posted by nole

Sara and Mark were married in an intimate ceremony in New York City’s Central Park, but since they both grew up in the Washington DC area they decided to come back home when it was time to celebrate their marriage with family and friends.  They planned a low-key, family-reunion style post-wedding celebration full of DIY [read more…]

How to Get A Marriage License in DC, MD and VA

posted by julianne

Before your wedding in the Washington, DC area is official, you’ll need to apply for and obtain a marriage license.  There are few things less exciting than red tape, but it will be worth it in the end to make your wedding in DC, Maryland and Virginia legal. Photo credit:  Katie Stoops Photography Before you [read more…]

Spring Washington DC Wedding: Claire + Adil

posted by nole

Claire and Adil were married on a beautiful spring day in May.  The Washington DC wedding ceremony and reception took place at Meridian House, which Claire and Adil chose for its classic design and beautiful gardens.  Barbara Salisbury for The Observatory captured the day’s images, starting as Claire and her lovely attendants got ready for [read more…]

How to Look Your Best in Engagement Photos

posted by Julianne

Unsure of what to do for your DC area wedding engagement session?  We are excited to bring you make-up advice from a pro!  Maryland’s makeup expert, Amie Decker, owner of Amie Decker Beauty, gives you five tips for looking your best for your engagement session photos.  Take it away, Amie… Photo credit:  Leo Djiwatanpu Photography [read more…]

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