Happy Anniversary Liz and Ashwin!

April 28, 2014. Category: real wedding

Happy Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Vasan! We hope you had a great celebration this weekend.

We can’t believe it has already been one year since your beautiful ceremony at the National Museum of Women in the Arts!

We had so much fun working with two caterers (Susan Gage and Rasika) and creating such a unique reception with you!

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We loved the sign at for the reception!

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 Thank you to Amber Wilkie for the awesome photos and Sidra Forman for the beautiful florals.

Sending warm wishes from everyone at A Dominick!

 

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Happy Anniversary Gretchen and Brandon!

April 22, 2014. Category: details, inspiration, real wedding, uncategorized, weddings

Happy Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Parry!

Your super fun stationery and light up bar will always be a favorite memory of ours!

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View More: http://thehappycoupleonline.pass.us/gretchenbrandonSending warm wishes from the entire A Dominick team!

Photography by The Happy Couple

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Have a Great and Wonderful Easter!

April 18, 2014. Category: decor, holidays, inspiration
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Happy Passover!

April 14, 2014. Category: holidays, traditions

We wish you all joy and many blessings at Passover and throughout the year!

Happy Passover!

 

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Bottoms Up!

April 11, 2014. Category: details, diy, inspiration, traditions

While none of the ladies of A. Dominick Events are technically Southern, we enjoy a good Southern tradition every now and then (we are south of the Mason Dixon you know). One of our very favorite superstitions is the time honor tradition of burying the bourbon. Southern folklore states that if you bury a full bottle of bourbon upside down exactly one month before the wedding at the exact spot of the ceremony it will not rain on your wedding day.

Don’t believe us? The last time one of our couples buried a bottle Tropical Storm Andrea hit the day before their tented wedding on the Chesapeake Bay. While we suffered through a soggy rehearsal, the wedding day was crystal clear, not a cloud in the sky.

My favorite part of this tradition? Digging up the bottle and enjoying it with your guests of course!

Photo credit: Paul Morse

So all of you outdoor brides, grab your shovel and bottoms up!

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