After their outdoor Jewish ceremony, Tracy and Jason moved inside the St. Regis intimate and sophisticated reception. Their light and airy color palette, captured by Eli Turner Studios, continued with subtle black accents running throughout. This wedding truly shows the beauty an elegant ballroom lends to simplistic decor, and that dance floor didn’t look too bad either!
From Tracy: I wanted the wedding to be small where I could know every person in the room so it would feel cozy and intimate but without the coldness that can happen with other formal weddings.
Besides getting married, my favorite memory from the day was dancing with my cousins and singing “Rollin’ On the River” with them.
Tracy’s advice to other DC-area couples:
There is too much bad wedding food out there. Ask if you can arrange for a sample of the food before you sign the contract or visit the restaurant of the chef that will be preparing your food. Also, don’t get caught up in the hoopla. You don’t need caviar and lobster to have a fantastic wedding. It can be classy and still be reasonable.
The following Washington, DC area wedding vendors contributed to Tracy and Jason’s wedding:
Venue and Catering: St Regis Washington DC
Photographer: Eli Turner Studios
Band: Jukeboxx, Entertainment Exchange
Dress: Paloma Blanca
Veil: Sara Gabriel
Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade
Earrings: Kwiat bought at Jewelry by Design
Hair: Hair by Jewels
Makeup: Miranda Edmonds
Engagement and His/Her Wedding Rings: Tacori bought at Jewelry by Design
Tuxedo, Shirt and Bowtie: J. Crew
Groom’s Shoes: Cole Haan