Classic and Traditional DC Wedding.

September 01, 2019. Category: anniversary, DC Wedding, DC Wedding Planner, DC Wedding Venue, uncategorized

Congratulations Hillary and Scott on your first wedding anniversary!

Classic and Timeless DC Wedding at Daughters of the Revolution. Black and White Photography. A. Dominick Events. Abby Grace Photography

Hillary and Scott both grew up in the DC area and met when they were in elementary school, so getting married in DC was important to both of them.

They wanted to have a classic and traditional wedding, so they chose the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution for their wedding reception and were married at Holy Rosary Church

DC Wedding Portraits. Wedding Planner. A. Dominick Events. Abby Grace Photography

They went to The Jefferson Memorial for their bridal party photos, which were just beautiful, you really can’t go wrong with taking photos at the monuments the architecture alone is just breathtaking and makes the perfect backdrop

Classic and Traditional DC Wedding. A. Dominick Events. Wedding Portraits Jefferson Memorial, Abby Grace Photography

The bride wore a bridal gown by Anne Barge, from her Blue Willow Collection and her bridesmaids wore light grey gowns by Joanna August 

Classic and Traditional DC Wedding. Light Grey Bridesmaid Dresses Joanna August. Sweet Root Village Floral Design

With the wall to ceiling glass windows and beautiful architectural details inside the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution the couple chose a color palate of soft creams, warm gold and lush floral arrangements in pinks, white white and greenery.

Cream and Gold Wedding Decor accented with lush florals by Sweet Root Village. A. Dominick Events
Wedding Floral Inspiration DC Wedding. A. Dominick Events. Sweet Root Village Floral

Cheers to many more years of love and laughter!

Classic and Traditional DC Wedding. Abby Grace Photography. A. Dominick Events

Photography: Abby Grace Photography Floral Design: Sweet Root Village

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Top Non-Hotel Venues in DC

August 30, 2019. Category: advice, DC Wedding Planner, DC Wedding Venue, uncategorized, venue, wedding planner

Are you newly engaged and looking for the best wedding venues in DC? Well look no more, if you are a hotels aren’t for me kind of person. These are our top 6 non-hotel venues in the District.

Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium

The “Mellon” as some reference it, is a beautiful and grand open space with large capacities, high ceilings and incredible architectural details which can be transformed into almost anything.

If you are looking for the best non-hotel venue in DC for your wedding and have a large guest count, this is a wonderful option to consider for your “big day” This particular venue can accommodate 200-600 guests. If you plan on having both your wedding ceremony and reception here, then they recommend that the space can accompany 200-400 guests. However, if you plan on only having your wedding reception here, then a guest count of 200-600 is fine.

Andrew W. Mellon Wedding. A. Dominick Events. Abby Jiu Photography
Photography: Abby Jiu Florist: Amaryllis Floral & Event Design

For more inspiration for Andrew W. Mellon weddings click here and here.

National Museum of Women in the Arts

The National Museum of Women in the Arts, located in Washington, D.C., is “the only major museum in the world solely dedicated” to celebrating women’s achievements in the visual, performing, and literary arts. When guests arrive at the museum they are greeted by a luxurious marble reception area which is accented with three beautiful crystal chandeliers, which in themselves are showstoppers! Though the real gems are all of the works of art from NMWA’s collection that grace the walls where your guests will be mingling and dancing the night away!

Grande marble staircases which sweep upward to the spacious Mezzanine make for the perfect entrance for the bride as she descends into the Great Hall.

The Great Hall and the Mezzanine can each seat 250 guests, this elegant event space is ideal for dinner and dancing. If a party is 250 guests or less, both of these areas may be used at different times throughout the event. A ceremony may be held in the Great Hall and dinner can be served in the Mezzanine.

For more inspiration for National Museum of Women in the Arts weddings click here and here.

Meridian House

A historical landmark, the Meridian House is a classic, timeless, intimate venue which holds up to 150 guests. The gorgeous architecture both inside and outside and luscious gardens almost make you feel like you are at someone’s grand estate.

The gardens are the perfect place for an outdoor ceremony, and if for some reason you have inclement weather the ballroom inside is just a beautiful and intimate.

Meridian House Wedding. Outdoor Ceremony. A. Dominick Events. Abby Jiu Photography

For more inspiration for Meridian House weddings click here

Dock 5

Located at Union Market, this unique space with flexible floor plans offers you an industrial blank-canvas for your special event. There’s more than 12,000 square feet of warehouse space and exceptionally high ceilings – a rare find in D.C! Dock 5 can accommodate up to 400 seated guests, which includes room for cocktails.

Decatur House

One of the oldest and most prestigious homes in Washington DC, the Decatur House has an undoubtedly magical atmosphere.

From an intimate gathering to a large celebration, the Decatur House has the abilities to transform your day into something spectacular. The Carriage House can accommodate 150 banquet style seating with dance floor. The bricked Courtyard is perfect for receptions and dinners, this space can be enjoyed tented or alfresco! 220 guests can be seated banquet style with dancing in the carriage house.

Decatur House Spring Wedding, Washington DC Wedding, A. Dominick Events. Jodi and Kurt Photography. Sweet Root Village
Photography: Jodi & Kurt Floral: Sweet Root Village

For more inspiration for Decatur House weddings click here and here

Union Station

The Presidential Suite at Union Station embodies the historic grandeur of old D.C. If you are looking for a truly magnificent and historical DC experience, then the Presidential Suite at Union Station is perfect for your wedding. It has recently undergone an expansive renovation and is currently available as a private event space in D.C. This uniquely historic room can accommodate up to 300 for cocktail receptions, 160 for a seated dinner and 130 with a dance floor.

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