This incredible couple chose the brides hometown to share their special day with guests from around the globe. With a sophisticated, gold, ivory and sky blue palate and personalized touches from english scones, a huge tree built indoors and Irish kilts and Samoan dancing we adored making their wedding a globally grand affair.
Versailles meets DC. That was the theme we ran with and with over the top florals, swoon worthy French details and lots of monograms this wedding took center stage and blew the guests away.
Photography by Abby Jiu As Seen Featured in Washingtonian Bride & Groom Magazine
Teetering between avante garde art museum and hometown diner was the theme here. Art, photography and togetherness were central to what the couple focused on when it came to the look of this incredible reception. Using jade salt and pepper shakers, modern restaurant floor plans and not one single linen used on tables helped us transform this historical venue.
Al fresco done right on this gorgeous June day in Virginia wine country. Planned in about three months, these decisive and lovely clients threw caution to the wind and allowed us to design a gorgeous, chic soiree.
Cool, romantic and fashion forward drove the details forward on Erica & Kevin's downtown DC wedding. Both transplants from Connecticut we helped them host an iconic ceremony at Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown followed by the coolest reception at DAR.
Photography by Abby Grace
Celebrating 10 years of marriage deserves a party. Deciding to entertain their closest friends and family to thank them for the support and love they have shared took center stage in this evening soiree under a fall cloudy sky hosted in the culinary garden.
This industrial wedding in a downtown D.C. art gallery was packed with playful details for this fun loving couple. Hanging floral arrangements, copper accents, and cozy lounge furniture made this enchanted forest come to life.
When the brides favorite color is no color at all and she decides to wear a leather jacket to the reception you know you have your work cut out for you. This is easily one of our most published events and didn't skip a beat on the lucite, matte black and marble details that made this fashion forward design stand out.
Being surrounded by friends and family was the primary wish for this couple. What better way to represent this than in a remote destination nestled in the North Carolina mountains. Vows were exchanged in a romantic orchard with guests seated in a key-shaped pattern. As guests settled into the reception, they were surrounded by florals that climbed fireplaces and dripped from chandeliers. The underlying theme of "Being Here Now" was evident and we know that each of their guests wouldn't have traded their attendance for the world.
Photography by Adam Barnes
This Brooklyn based couple wanted to have an edgy but comfortable wedding that evoked feelings of togetherness. We took note of their love of the farmers market, childhood memories of summer camp and their laid back vibe to design this chic affair.
Photography by Adam Barnes
This elegant affair was the perfect twist on a classic D.C. wedding. The room was completely transformed after the ceremony to reveal a dramatic candlelit evening reception. Soft grey's, linen-backed chairs and plenty of greenery brought a warm and cozy feeling to the room
Photography by Eli Turner
The bride's tradition of collecting vintage teacups with her beloved grandmother inspired the design of this fairy tale wedding. The table settings each featured unique vintage china and soup was poured into each guest's teacup at the start of dinner. However, it was the stunning ceremony location in a grove of trees looking out over the mountains that really stole the show.
A sweet southern inspired summer soiree held in downtown DC with all the right feminine touches describes this wedding perfectly. This lovely bride was the third and final sister that we had the honor of designing weddings for. What a wonderful way to end the Schafer Sisters era!
Photography by Abby Grace Photography
With a love for Washington D.C. and classical music, this couple decided to build their wedding around their favorite things. A chuppah made of cherry blossoms, composer table numbers, and silhouette escort cards are just a few details that made this event uniquely them.
Photography by Kelsey Thompson
After spending most of their relationship on different continents, this traveling couple decided Newport was the perfect destination for their wedding. A modern herringbone pattern became the focal point of the design, and guests were kept up to date on the weekends events by referencing their personalized passport itineraries.
Photography by Lauren Methia
This dreamy winter wedding was packed with elegant décor and personal touches. With a great love of their dear puppy, Puck, a custom cake designed to look like Puck was brought in as a surprise to all. Topping off this winter soiree was actual snow that fell over the couple during their first dance.
Photography by Genevieve Leiper
Opting to mingle with their guests before their wedding ceremony was just the first of many surprises during this contemporary Longview Gallery wedding. Hanging greyscale hand-painted lamps, a ping-pong table, and a floating cake all made this wedding unforgettable. And to top it all off, seeing the bride in her green gown was a moment that took our breath away.
Photography by Kelsey Thompson
Fresh and fun described this sumptuous, organic, and free couple on their wedding day. The rustic barn turned bistro-like atmosphere was full of mixed patterns, colorful florals, and carefully created menus and libations. Space and freedom was felt in the clear top tent addition that allowed guests to dance the night away under the stars.
Photography by Jodi Miller
A classic wedding with over the top florals was this brides' desire. With the help of some gorgeous draping, lighting, and tons of unique floral designs, we were able to transform a bland ballroom into an oasis of beauty.