Courtney + Anderson were married at The Textile Museum in Washington DC. I love that their inspiration for their wedding was cocktail hour since they really wanted the entire night to have the excitement + movement of the cocktail hour of a wedding. So fun. :) To make sure their wedding was truly reflective of the two of them, they paid attention to their gut instincts when it came time to make most of the decisions. They also had incredible planners (the lovely ladies of Ritzy Bee Events!) that really got them and what they really wanted for their wedding. Big thanks to Kate Headley for the photos and sweet film of the day!
There are so many! However, one of the most memorable was probably our "first look" before the wedding. We met up for the first time that day on a set of beautiful old, grand steps near our venue and just enjoyed the moment and having that time together before the more public ceremony.
Processional: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Bach and Canon in D Major by Pachelbel
Recessional: Rujero y Paradetas by Sanz
First Dance: Tupelo Honey by Van Morrison
Just enjoy the process – it's over before you know it!
photography: Kate Headley // venue name: The Textile Museum // event design: Ritzy Bee Events // wedding dress: Jenny Yoo // hairpiece: Sara Gabriel // bride's shoes: Jimmy Choo + Christian Louboutin // bridesmaid dresses: Amsale, Anna Elyse, J. Crew and Jenny Yoo // hair stylist: Fred Hawck of One 8 O Saloon // makeup artist: Pamela Dennison // groom attire: J.Crew // catering: Design Cuisine // cake: Design Cuisine // music: Adrian Duke Project // cinematography: Kate Headley // event planner: Ritzy Bee Events // floral design: Joseph Watkins // save the dates: Minted // invites: Minted // programs: Paper Moss // coasters: Paper Moss