Julie and Justin were married at The Four Seasons in Washington DC.
The couple’s visions was a “black tie garden” wedding. The bride had always wanted a ballroom wedding, but wanted to bring the outside in with lush, flowing flowers to give the sense of walking into an indoor garden.
The couple were engaged for a year and a half so there was a lot of built up energy and excitement leading up to their first look. Julie said, she “didn’t give Justin any hints on what we was wearing, what she was doing with my hair- nothing!”
When she saw him it really hit her that they were getting married- and she will never forgot the “look in his eyes of love and excitement either!”
The couple chose a delicate white and gray invitation suite by The Dandelion Patch, for their Fall Wedding.
Sweet Root Village created a circular hanging chuppah of lush white flowers & dangling greenery and so their guests sit in a semi-circle during the ceremony, this was really important to the couple, as they wanted to be surround but all of their loved-ones!
The ballroom was draped in white to give the room a softer feel and had candles; lush, asymmetrical flower arrangements; and garlands throughout the space to finish off our garden look.
Happy First Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Berger We wish you a lifetime of love and laughter!
Photography Gabe Aceves
See more of their wedding details featured on District Weddings