Yacht club wedding on the the Delaware Shore, full of delight.

May 05, 2019. Category: anniversary, destination wedding, Destination Wedding Planner, uncategorized, Yacht Club Wedding

Happy First Anniversary Peyton and Chris!

This adorable couple were married in the bride’s home town of Lewes, Delaware.

Nautical Wedding on the Delaware Shore. A. Dominick Events. Patricia Lyons Photography

Their wedding was truly a family affair, full of personalized touches and classic blue and white decor.

Wedding Details

Guests received a personalized piece of sea glass as their place cards, a lovely keepsake and a nod to the couple’s nautical wedding.

Sea Glass Place Cards - Destination Wedding Planner

The couple knew that Lewes was the perfect spot for them to get married. When they started dating, they would escape DC to go to the bride’s parent’s house for long weekends and spend time at the beach and they wanted to share the charm of the Delaware shore with their family and friends.

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The bride kept family together by getting ready at her family home.

Bride Getting Ready - Destination Wedding - A. Dominick Events

The couple also had their first look on their the bride’s dock, with their wedding party cheering on from the porch of the house.

First Look - A. Dominick Events

The Lewes Delaware wedding reception continued to a tented dinner overlooking the water.

Yacht Club Wedding Decor - A. Dominick Events
Yacht Club Wedding - Blue and White Decor - A. Dominick Events

Wishing you both a lifetime of love and laughter!

First Wedding Anniversary - A. Dominick Events

Photography: Patricia Lyons Photography | Church: St Peter’s Episcopal Church | Venue: Lewes Yacht Club | Florist:  Floral InspirationsCinematography: Bowen Films | Paper:  Cheree Berry Paper | Bridal Gown: Vera Wang | Lighting: Frost Lighting | Rentals: Something Vintage Rentals | Linen: La Tavola Fine Linen  Tent: Coastal Tented Events | Cake: Quiet Elegance | Band: The Source Band | Hair & Makeup: Alison Harper and Company

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A Gorgeous Rustic Charleston Wedding at Cannon Green

April 21, 2019. Category: anniversary, destination wedding, uncategorized

Happy First Anniversary Ashley and Dave!

This stunning couple wanted to get married in a city that their friends and family would enjoy traveling to; Charleston was the perfect destination! With it’s gorgeous, warm, southern, and somewhat of a second home for the bride as her parents retired there in 2008.

They even made sure to give guests a list of their favorites places to see, eat, and shop so they could experience the best of what the city has to offer during their visit.

The bride wore a gorgeous bridal gown by Lela Rose

They wanted guests to see a more modern side of Charleston’s southern hospitality. They loved Cannon Green for its elegant simplicity.

They also knew that the “live wall” in the courtyard would be the perfect backdrop for the ceremony and cocktail hour (and look amazing in photos) and were drawn to the Trolley Room for its historic, industrial vibes. The two spaces complemented each other perfectly on the day.

Additionally, they picked Cannon Green for its incredible food! During cocktail hour, guests were treated to grilled peach and brie crostini, tuna tartare, lamb meatballs, crispy fried oysters, and fried chicken biscuits.

For dessert, they served guests full-size and miniature cupcakes from Sugar Bakeshop – a must if you ever visit Charleston! They loved how their signature vanilla cupcakes looked with their sugared blueberry toppers and their custom sign by Flourishing Penguin

One of their favorite details was incorporating Charleston palmetto roses into their place settings. They date back to the Civil War, when women gave men the roses to protect them from harm. Today, they are still considered symbols of true love. Many guests took theirs as keepsakes from the day.

For florals, their vision was classic flowers you see in rich, southern gardens. The bride’s bouquet had white peonies, white garden roses, Vendela roses, white anemone, olive branches, seeded eucalyptus, blue thistle, and dusty miller, and was wrapped in an ivory ribbon by Branch Design Studio

The round tables had centerpiece bouquets with similar flowers, and the gray wood rectangular tables had lush garlands made of several types of eucalyptus, succulents, blue thistle, dusty miller, accented by oyster shells and candles.

We wish you a lifetime of love, laughter and many more travel adventures!

Vendors: Photographer: Sam Hurd, Ceremony/Reception Site: Cannon Green, Florist: Branch Design Studio, Stationery: Minted and Flourishing Penguin, Cake: Sugar Bakeshop, Hair & Makeup: Nadine Matarand Winston Thompson, Gown Designer: Lela Rose, Groom’s Clothing Designer: Ratio Clothing Customer Menswear, Band: Ben Fagan and The Charleston Groove Factory, Hotel/Bridal Suite: Zero George, Linens: La Tavola, Rentals: Event Haus, Vintage Car: Lowcountry Valet, Trolley for End-of-Night Transportation: Absolutely Charleston & Biscuits for Welcome Party Favor: Callie’s Charleston Biscuits.

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Last minute Easter party planning tips.

April 20, 2019. Category: Easter, Easter Brunch Tips, Easter Floral Inspiration, Party Planning Tips, uncategorized

Spring has finally sprung in DC and we are getting very eggcited for Easter this weekend! It’s no surprise that we love the holidays and Easter is one of those holidays that is just – well happy!

From the array of pastel colors, the gorgeous blooms, delicious food, not to mention the Easter Bunny and egg hunts, it’s the kind of day where everyone no matter their age enjoys.

Pastel pink and blue flowers, accompanied with blush water glasses and scalloped chargers would make this table setting for Easter irresistible.

Hosting an outdoor Easter brunch? Make sure your littlest guests are hydrated for their Easter Egg Hunt with a fancy twist on some of their favorite drinks.

Photography: Lisa Blume Catering: Occasions Caterers Signage: Flourishing Penguin

Easter is one of those holidays where it is fun to pull out some of your family heirlooms, from your mother’s silver vases, to you grandma’s silver and your wedding china. Just make sure if you choose to use some of these pieces to keep the rest of the table light and airy – this will make it feel less stuffy.



{1) Photography: Jodi and Kurt Floral: Victoria Clausen Floral
{2) Photography: Jodi and Kurt Floral: Sweet Root Village

These refreshing cocktails will be a hit this weekend, easy to make and a simple garnish and a fun and festive straw is all your need!


Photography: Lisa Blume Floral: Sweet Root Village

It wouldn’t be an Easter celebration without sweet treats! Just in case there aren’t enough candy filled eggs to go around, a candy bar or cupcake bar are a great idea.


Photography: Jodi and Kurt

It wouldn’t be a party without a favor and how cute are these plush bunnies and lambs?

Photography: Lisa Blume
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NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS WEDDING FULL OF SOUTHERN CHARM

April 14, 2019. Category: anniversary, Luxury Weddings, Museum Wedding, uncategorized

Happy First Anniversary Amanda and Ben!

Classic DC Wedding A. Dominick Events

This classic DC wedding was full of southern charm! Amanda grew up in the area so she knew she always wanted a DC wedding! Ben however, did not. Ben’s home state is Mississippi and the couple knew they wanted to include his southern roots in their wedding at The National Museum of Women in The Arts. To achieve this, they picked an iconic DC venue and brought in some elements of the outdoors and the south to make it feel (a little) more relaxed.

DC Wedding full of southern charm Edge Floral Design

They incorporated magnolia leaves into the bouquets by the bar, which is the state tree of Mississippi. Which was such a sweet nod to Ben’s home!

Magnolia Leaves DC Wedding A. Dominick Events

Amanda wanted neutral soft colors throughout the day so she chose a dusty pink for her bridesmaids and added in elements of light blue, grey, and white throughout. Maybe they were drawn to the blue because it is close to Columbia blue – their alma mater!

Blush Pink Bridesmaid Dresses A. Dominick Events

Cheree Berry Paper Wedding Invitations, DC Wedding A. Dominick Events

One of the things that was most very important to couple was that even though they were having a black tie wedding, they didn’t want it to feel stuffy or uptight. They wanted people to just be able to relax and let loose since most of their guests were traveling to attend.

Luxury DC Wedding A. Dominick Events

The bride’s favorite memory was just dancing and singing the night away with her new husband and all the people they love most in the world!

Black Tie DC Wedding

Wishing you both a lifetime of love and laughter!

First Anniversary DC Wedding A. Dominick Events


Photography: Jodi and Kurt Photography | Ceremony Church: Holy Rosary Catholic Church |Floral Design: Edge Floral Designs | Hair & Makeup: Amie Decker Beauty | Paper Materials: Cheree Berry Paper | Save The Date: Serendipity Beyond Design | Catering & Cake: Occasions Caterers | Rentals: Party Rental Ltd & La Tavola Fine Linen | Music: Rhythm Collective – Elan Artists | Lighting: Frost Lighting | Videographer: Bowen Films

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Planning a Milestone Birthday!

April 11, 2019. Category: 40th Birthday Party, 60th birthday celebration, First Birthday Party, milestone birthday party, uncategorized

Is there anything more fun than planning a birthday party?

From your child’s first birthday party, to your mom’s 60th or your 40th, we love any reason to celebrate! Here are a few of our favorite milestone celebrations

This boho themed first birthday party for this darling little girl was colorful, relaxed and beautiful.

From the moon bounce, to the petting zoo, face painting and a performance from the Great Zucchini this lovely little’s girl first birthday party had something for everyone!

Her beautiful and delicious birthday cake by Buttercream Bakeshop was almost too pretty to eat. Thank goodness sweet Ella had her very own smash cake!

Guests gathered under a shaded tent to sit, eat and cool off! Rustic farm tables and mismatched chairs from Something Vintage along with beautiful lush flower arrangements by Sweet Root Village was boho perfection!

Even the kids table was a huge hit low farm tables with pillows, poofs were the perfect height for the littlest guests. Photography: Lisa Blume

For this fun loving and stylish 60th birthday party held at the industrial Dock5, we pulled inspiration from a PaperlessPost invitation which featured a large gold pinata inspired 60, which was the perfect theme and threaded throughout the entire party.

Guests were greeted by scrumptious food stations like Breakfast at Midnight, activities from blackjack to pool to a palm reader and who could forget about the band.

This mirrored bar with large. white frilly balloons gave the guests the perfect spot to grab one of the birthday girl’s favorite cocktails! | Catering: Design Cuisine

Photography: Bonnie Sen | Event Decor: Amaryllis Floral and Event Design

For this Palm Springs inspired 40th birthday celebration we wanted bright warm hues, a mix of different textures and relaxed vibes using inspired from the Parker Palm Springs hotel.

This beautiful custom and delicious birthday cake by Fluffy Thoughts was a focal point, with palm springs inspired flowers and Parker Palm Springs details it was a hit!

No birthday celebration is complete without balloons and this balloon installation was the perfect accent to the succulent plants that were given out as favors at the end of the night. Balloon Installation: All About Balloons

Photography: Lisa Blume | Rentals: Something Vintage | Rentals: Social Supply Design and Decor

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