Sam and Claire’s stunning wedding in downtown Washington D.C. at the National Museum of Women in the Arts felt classically glamorous from top to bottom. From Claire’s elegantly simple gown to Sam’s charming black tie look to the marbled terraces in the gorgeous venue – everything worked to create a picture of classic perfection.
The ceremony was made up of dual traditions – Espicopalian on Claire’s side and Jewish on Sam’s side – and they combined in a really lovely way throughout the evening. The handmade Chuppah had photos of past generations, friends and family spoke blessings over the couple, the prayers melted all of our hearts, and the hora dance later in the night got everybody on the dance floor!
Sam and Claire: All I can say is… wow! You knocked our socks off with your smiles and your joy with every second of the day. You two have such a sunny future ahead of you, and we are simply honored that we got to experience this magical moment with you both! Lots of love to you both, my dear friends!
Wedding Photography : The Youngrens | Ceremony Location : National Museum of Women in the Arts | Reception Location : National Museum of Women in the Arts | Event Design : Ashlee Virginia Events | Floral Design : Edge Floral Event Designers | Dress : Austin Scarlett | Shoes : Louboutin | Make-Up : Blend Makeup Artistry | Band : Sound Nation of Entertainment Exchange | Reception Lighting : John Farr Lighting Design | Gown Boutique : Betsy Robinson’s Bridal Collection | Wedding Videography : Shutter and Sound | Catering : Well Dunn Catering | Stationery : The Dandelion Patch