Posts in Wedding & Event Design
A Modern Chic Top of the Hay DC Destination Wedding

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.

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How to Thoughtfully Include a Fallen Soldier’s Table at Your Wedding

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.

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Ultraviolet Wedding Inspiration

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.

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A Low Country Boil Welcome Party and Movie Night At Clifton Inn

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.

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Inspiration: Greenery Outdoor Pop-Up Wedding

What happens if you throw out the wedding rule book?

The end goal for me as a wedding planner is for a couple's wedding to truly reflect their values and personalities.  It’s not about my portfolio or design aesthetic.  It’s about freeing them to celebrate in the way that most truly reflects them.

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What Should I Wear If I Am Cold On My Wedding Day?

As a Washington DC wedding planner, I design weddings for all kinds of weather.  Here is a rundown of my favorite cold weather bridal options for stylish ways to stay warm on your wedding day. This collection of ways to keep warm on your wedding day is from my past brides who married in the Washington DC area during the late fall, winter and early spring seasons.

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