Welcome back to the second half of Julie and Jordan’s wedding in Washington DC that’s filled to the brim with a whole lot o’ pretty! After their traditional Jewish wedding ceremony, these lovebirds transformed their ceremony area of the National Museum of Women in the Arts to a fabulous reception all with the help of A. Dominick Events. From the bride’s gorgeous gown to those lush floral centerpieces, there is no detail that I don’t absolutely love! Eli Turner Studios was behind the lens to capture every gorgeous detail that you’ll be adding to your Pinterest boards all afternoon!
From Julie: The priority for the reception was to interrupt the party as few times as possible – we love to dance! One of my favorite little touches was instead of serving wedding cake and having people go back to their seats, servers passed mini desserts on the dance floor and to the people watching around the dance floor.
Julie’s wedding planning advice for other DC-area couples:
There are a lot of considerations that go into finding a venue, but if its possible, get married close to where you live or work. Our venue is downtown and every time I pass it – about two or three times a week – I feel a little bit of that special wedding excitement.
Thank you so much Julie and Jordan for sharing your wedding reception with us! The following Washington DC area wedding professionals contributed to their wedding:
Venue: National Museum of Women in the Arts
Photography: Eli Turner Studios
Videography: Blue Sky Films
Wedding Planner: A. Dominick Events
Stationery: The Dandelion Patch
Floral Design: Amaryllis Designs
Bridal Attire: Love Couture Bridal
Hair and Makeup: Amie Decker Beauty
Bridesmaids’ Attire: Weddington Way
Catering: Potomac 18 Caterers
Music: The Source from Elan Artists
For more vendors, please visit our Washington DC area wedding vendor guide and for even more local ideas visit our wedding inspiration galleries or check out our other Washington DC area real wedding features.
Photo Credits: Eli Turner Studios