Belle of the Ball

June 30, 2016. Category: bridesmaid dresses, weddings

Picking bridesmaid dresses can be overwhelming as we all know how hard it is to find one dress and color that not only looks good on everyone but that everyone likes! Here are a few tips that will hopefully make your bridesmaid dress shopping less stressful and your bridesmaids happy!

1.  We often find that choosing a color that looks good on all skin tones will make the decision of which dress to pick a lot easier. We often find that our brides gravitate to lighter colors such as a pale pink, light lavender or baby blue in either the same silhouette or a similar one. This allows the bridesmaids to pick the silhouette that they feel the most comfortable with, but also ensuring that the bride still has some control of the final look!

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Venue: Columbia Country Club  Photography: Bonnie Sen  Florist: Delighted Eye Judy Johnson

2. For the bride who isn’t too concerned with having all of her bridesmaids in the same dress, a great way to keep everything cohesive but not look too matchy-matchy is to allow her bridesmaids to pick a dress that they like in either the same color or an array of colors that still compliment each other.

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Venue: The Hay Adams  Photography: Jodi and Kurt Photography  Florist: Edge Floral

3.  Something that we don’t see very often but when done correctly is an unexpected show stopper is to have your bridesmaids wear white! It is the perfect neutral and when the the silhouette of the dress is the same and the fabric is either a soft organza, flowing tulle or a sleek silk both you and your bridesmaids will most certainly be the belles of the ball!

Shannon & Andrew, July 19th, 2014 - Columbia Country Club

Venue: Columbia Country Club  Photography: Jodi and Kurt Photography  Florist: Beehive Events

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EDITOR’S PICK!

June 27, 2016. Category: Editor's Pick, Washingtonian Bride & Groom

We are so excited and thrilled to have received the “Editor’s Pick” of Top Wedding Planners in the latest issue of Washingtonian Bride & Groom Magazine! 

It is an honor to be recognized alongside so many of the best in our industry!

A huge thank you to Editor, Sarah Zlotnick. Be sure to check out the latest issue on stands now!

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Dog days of summer

June 24, 2016. Category: Take your dog to work

In honor of Take Your Dog To Work Day, a national celebration that promotes pet adoptions, we thought it would be fun to have one of our very own A. Dominick Events furry colleagues come and spend the day with us in the office!

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Meet Gatsby, a French bulldog pup owned by our very own Ashley Allman. He’s sassy, silly and loves a good challenge. So when we asked if he’d come on board for a dogternship, he eagerly accepted!

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Leaving for work! Big sister, Penelope, is staying behind to catch up on naps.

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 Gatsby started his morning reading his email and checking on his favorite blogs! Who’s that pretty lady dog? 😉

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Always nice to have an extra set of paws around, especially when you’re mailing out Save The Dates! This paper stock smells particularly delicious… mmmmm, gold foil.

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It wouldn’t be a typical day in the office if we weren’t receiving or sending back linen. They’re all here – we can have a party now!

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It’s not easy coming to work all day. I missed at least 4 of my daily naps. This is one tired pup!

Thanks for spending the day with us Gatsby!

To see more of Gatsby’s adventures make sure to follow him on Instagram at @gatsbypuppy.

 

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Hot dogs, burgers, ribs OH MY!

June 17, 2016. Category: Father's Day

Nothing says Father’s Day more then spending the day outside with your favorite guy and having a BBQ.

Celebrate dad this year by treating him to some of the best BBQ DC has to offer! Two of our local favorites are Hill Country BBQ  and Pitmasters Back Alley BBQ

Dad not in town or you can’t be with him this year don’t worry some of our favorite BBQ is just a click away and delivered right at his door!

Check out Pig of the Month for an assortment of delicious ideas or head over to Galley and they will bring Texas-style Beef Brisket to your doorstep on Sunday!

Screen Shot 2016-06-14 at 12.18.44 PMPhoto courtesy of  Pig of the Month

 

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Declare your Love

June 16, 2016. Category: ceremony, vows, weddings

Writing your vows can seem like a daunting task, but before you get completely overwhelmed, we have put together a few tips on how to make declaring your love fun and not stressful!

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1. When writing your vows you want them to be personal but be mindful not to be too intimate remember your audience, your grandmother is sitting out there!

2. Make sure not to leave writing your vows to the very last minute! Your ceremony is just an important as the reception and this is really an unnecessary added stress on your wedding day just don’t forget to practice!

3. “We always love to see vows written on beautiful stationary or even calligraphered, not only is it a wonderful keepsake but will also look lovely in your ceremony photos.”

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