Archive for January, 2011

Pro Advice: For the Newly Engaged

posted by Julianne

You got your pretty, sparkling engagement ring over the holiday season, but where to begin?  Planning a wedding is an overwhelming process and just knowing where to start can be difficult.  We have the ladies from Event Design Group to give a few pointers for what to do now that you’ve become engaged.  Event Design [read more…]

Classic Nautical Maryland Eastern Shore Wedding: Sarah + Adam

posted by nole

Happy Monday everyone!  It might be cold and gray outside these days, but the fabulous sunshine from this Eastern Shore wedding from Brian Tropiano Photography definitely has me looking forward to spring and the return of warm weather!  Sarah and Adam were married in a beautiful outdoor ceremony at the lovely Brittland Manor near historic [read more…]

Happy Weekend!

posted by julianne

Brrrr! It was a cold one this week in the DC area.  This is the kind of weather that soup was invented for.  (I think I made it twice  for dinner this week!)  Here’s to warmer temperatures and a lovely long weekend! Special thanks to those that entered our Washingtonian bridal event ticket giveaway.  The [read more…]

Jen + Brad’s Engagement Session in Fells Point Baltimore

posted by nole

Jen and Brad, the couple in today’s engagement session in Baltimore, have a special history with Fells Point.  Jen was walking out of a bar as Brad was walking in and she recognized him after meeting years ago – and they’ve been together ever since!  For their engagement session, Jen and Brad met up with [read more…]

Wedding Stationey Timelines

posted by julianne

As promised we are back with more from Claudia at Fig. 2 Design.  This time, she is sharing with us the ultimate wedding stationery time line.  After all, what good are pretty invitations that are late in inviting people to your celebration?  Take it away, Claudia: Photo courtesy of Fig. 2 Design One of the [read more…]

How to Save Money on Letterpress Weding Invitations

posted by Julianne

There are all kinds of little ways to save money at your wedding, especially in the DC area where it can get really pricey very fast.  And, when you are in the business, you know the little tricks that help to save.  We have invitation designer Claudia from Fig. 2 Design here to give a [read more…]

DIY International Wedding at Darlington House: Emily + Tony

posted by nole

As promised, we’re back with more from Emily and Tony’s international wedding in Washington DC! Emily and Tony’s wedding reception features gorgeous floral arrangements along with beautiful textiles and beads from East and West Africa – all captured by the talented Kristi Odom. You can see their wedding ceremony too! From Emily: Tanzania is also [read more…]

DIY International Wedding in Dupont Circle: Emily + Tony

posted by nole

If there’s one thing that I love about living in Washington, DC, it’s the fact that DC is an international city. From the diplomatic corps to the legions of NGOs and non-profits that operate overseas, it seems like half of the DC population is always coming from or going on an overseas assignment.  Today’s Washington [read more…]

What’s in Your Kit?

posted by Julianne

You can never be too prepared for the big day!  (Speaking of planning, have you entered our Washingtonian bridal event ticket giveaway??)  We asked a few of the Washington, DC area’s most prepared wedding planners for a sneak peak into their emergency kit for weddings.  Read on for what the local pros pack, plus a [read more…]

Beyond the Cupcake

posted by Julianne

Over the past year or so, the DC area has gone completely cupcake crazy.  From Georgetown to Capitol Hill to Federal Hill to the Eastern Shore, each neighborhood has its own cupcakery (or three).  Right now, I’m really into Baked & Wired’s cupcakes because they are literally mini-cakes!  As much as we love the little [read more…]

Hawaiian Tropical Destination Wedding in DC: Chris + Caitlin

posted by nole

As promised, we have lots more DC area wedding fun from Chris and Caitlin’s cocktail hour and reception at Old Ebbitt Grill, a gorgeous heart-of-the-city restaurant. (Did you miss their wedding ceremony in Old Town?)  Rebekah J. Murray had a blast documenting all the details of the wedding, from the bright tropical floral centerpieces to the [read more…]

Hawaiian Tropical Wedding in Washington DC: Caitlin + Chris

posted by nole

Happy Monday everyone! Our first real Washington DC wedding this week is so ridiculously sweet – not only are Caitlin and Chris high school sweethearts, but they held a tropical destination wedding right in the heart of Washington, DC!  The big day started off with a ceremony in Alexandria, Virginia before moving to downtown Washington, [read more…]

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