Highlights from A. Griffin Events’ 2018 weddings, couples and design.Read More
With the unparalleled views at the Top of the Hay in Washington DC, Melanie and Shane chose a clean aesthetic featuring white and silver with touches of navy. The design played upon the couple’s New York and Chicago backgrounds. Modern music played an important role throughout the wedding.
A Vespa, a Cathedral, a Museum, and a Show-stopping Bar. The perfect ingredients for a gorgeous, classic, DC wedding packed with a whole lot of fun.
We’ve had the privilege of working with military couples over the years. On this Memorial Day weekend, we wanted to highlight the Soldier’s Table which has meant at weddings of servicemen and servicewomen.Read More
Destination weddings have a unique feel to them. Gathering all of your closest friends and family in one beautiful location to enjoy a mini-vacation together- with a wedding as the centerpiece. Everyone is relaxed, happy and excited to celebrate.Read More
“Have fun with the planning process and make it uniquely you and your love through every little detail. It is okay to change things up from the way they are always done and it's even okay if not everyone likes what you have done.”Read More
I loved walking with Jenn and John through the wedding planning process because they did not feel bound by rules of tradition or what others may expect of them. Instead they distilled their wedding vision down to what was most uniquely them, and what would make their guests feel welcomed and loved.Read More
Each year Pantone selects a featured color and we love the opportunity to get creative and be inspired by the color. Ultraviolet is 2018's color of the year and it's bold, vibrant hues are perfect for a modern, classic wedding. Here is our take on ultraviolet wedding inspiration.Read More
A casual, boho-chic Welcome Party at the Clifton Inn. The couple wanted a laid-back, family-reunion vibe that honored the bride’s Southern roots, and loosely inspired by the 80’s movie Romancing the Stone. Guests from six continents gathered to celebrate the start of their married life together.Read More
It’s hard being a bride- especially when you plan weddings for a living. Jorian shares some of the lessons she’s learned during her engagement.Read More
An Asheville Destination Wedding for Foodies and Craft-Beer Lovers at the OMNI Grove Park Inn featuring both a Hindu and a Christian ceremony.Read More
Now that you are engaged, where should you start?
Here are our top three suggestions- and none of them involve planning your wedding! Why? Because we believe in creating space to enjoy every moment of life.Read More
We are all about quality over quantity, but 2017 held so many amazing moments. What an amazing year and we are so excited for 2018!Read More
I became a wedding planner so my friends, their friends, and their families could benefit from the lessons I learned as a bride.Read More
We say it a lot and always mean it wholeheartedly-- being a part of each couple's celebration is one of the greatest privileges. Thank you to all of our couples for choosing us to be part of your wedding!Read More
A designer wedding gown, golden fall sunlight, and berry tones. This fall wedding inspiration brings a touch of formality to an Old World elopement.Read More
Jenn and John's Organic Vineyard Wedding at Breaux Vineyards is featured on Magnolia Rouge.Read More
After spending months or years planning your wedding, what happens the next day?
Is it truly all over or has it just begun?
What does it look like to be just married?
An elegant, laid-back backyard wedding in Potomac, Maryland incorporating family heirloom linens, a wooden arbor built by the groom, the cutest dog with a floral wreath, and an incredible dance party.Read More