Marc & Sara’s St. Regis Hotel Wedding in Washington, DC

Marc & Sara’s St. Regis Hotel Wedding in Washington, DC

One of our last weddings of the year was back at one of our favorite venues in Washington, DC – the St. Regis, for Marc & Sara’s downtown celebration. We were so happy to be working with the ever-talented Simply Chic Events team, so not only was it a gorgeous affair, everything of course went off without a hitch. And the weather could not have been more perfect. (Gotta love those fall colors and light!) With emotions abound, this sweet couple put the perfect exclamation mark to another incredible wedding season. Have fun viewing Marc & Sara’s complete gallery. The password is Sara’s maiden name and is case-sensitive.

The wonderful team:
Planner: Simply Chic Events
Ceremony location: Epiphany Church
Reception and catering: St. Regis Hotel Washington, DC
Lighting: Frost Lighting
Hair: Remona Soleimani
Make-up: Leah Margosis
Band: Nation Band
Cocktail music: Sage Strings
Tent: Sugar Plum Tent Co.

Bill’s faves of Anne’s:

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Sharp-eyed readers will remember a similar moment (below) from Karen & Michael’s 2009 wedding. Slower teams were turned away, disappointed.

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Anne’s faves of Bill’s:

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And some great moments captured by Karen:

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Some lovely details:

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Dear m&s,

Some of our favorite moments from your wedding day include:
Your first sight, and Marc’s look on his face and his excited smile when he saw you for the first time, Sara. When that scavenger hunt team descended on you and your wedding party in Lafayette Park, delighted to have found a bride to propose to. The oh-look-at-that expressions on the faces of your bridal party seeing your wedding band join your engagement ring just after your ceremony. Your dad’s touching toast, prompting a few tears. Marc’s insistence of that tiny little piece of wedding cake fed to him be followed by a self-served, nearly airborne, gigantic piece. Air guitar. And lots of it.

Congratulations, you two!

xoxo…
…a&b

Max & Sarah’s Wedding at Washington DC’s Newseum

Max & Sarah’s Wedding at Washington DC’s Newseum

In a funny travel irony, one of our recent Fall weddings involved a bi-coastal couple of sorts. Lucky for us, Max & Sarah are based both in Denver and Washington, DC so when they chose to marry, they knew it would be in the town where they met (DC), but chose to have their engagement photos in a town they love (Vail). They selected one of DC’s coolest and well renowned museums – the Newseum in which to say their I Do’s as the Capitol was beautifully framed, quite literally behind them. Theme: Black, White and Re(a)d all over. Their guests were also treated to a rousing thunderstorm that thankfully waited until cocktail hour to truly manifest and merely threatened their outdoor, rooftop ceremony.

This jet-setting duo’s likeableness and charisma was on full display at their roast, er…rehearsal dinner (theme: Wisconsin meets Great Britain) at the Hay Adams Hotel the night prior. Several friends offered some valuable intel on their individual personalities followed by key advice (complete with an intensive Power Point presentation!) on how to have a happy marriage with said quirky, yet highly accomplished and ambitious backgrounds. We’ve seen a trend towards roast type rehearsal dinner/celebrations and we have to say, we love it. Judging from the gathered crowd’s reactions, they did as well.

Here is a selection of our favorite moments and details from their celebration, and of course you can see everything in their gallery. The password is Sarah’s last name and is case-sensitive.Read on at the bottom for a recap of our favorite moments from the weekend’s celebration. Enjoy!

The wedding team:
Venue & Lighting: Newseum
Event Planner: Sara Muchnick for Engaging Affairs
Catering & Cake: Wolfgang Puck
Flowers: Amaryllis
Officiant: Family Friend
Make-up: Erwin Gomez and Nikki Fraser
Hairstylist: Thania Trieu
Reception Music: Celebrity All Stars through East Coast Entertainment
Stationer: smock. and Luscious Verde
Calligraphy: Sprites Ink
Videographer: Suburban Video

A’s faves of B’s:

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B’s faves of A’s:

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A few of our favorites from our longtime assistant, Karen who was able to join us for part of the day:

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And, of course, we had to leave you with some simply luminous eye candy…

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(Bill’s note: This shot below’s so damn cool. Not to brag, but my wife’s pretty incredibly talented.)

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Dear m&s,

Some of our favorite moments from your wedding weekend include…
Your sisters’ toast (or should we call it training?), Sarah, complete with a 2″ binder full of the “Care and Feeding of Sarah” for Max, ostensibly to read while traveling to your honeymoon. The end of the toast, showing a picture of you at 60 holding a certain prestigious office, was priceless! Your officiant becoming the envy of music directors everywhere by getting all the guests to actually sing at a service. The story told at your rehearsal dinner, Max, exemplifying your competitiveness, at least in tennis, and probably in finance too. Holding your flower girl in your lap during toasts, precariously perched due to all the laughter (your sisters, Sarah, did an amazing job, but it was especially cool to have two upstanding British gents deliver a rousing one for Max). Your first dance kept your guests guessing and was so much fun to watch. That so-tender moment between you and your dad as you began to proceed down the aisle, Sarah, and when you got there, the emotion on your mom’s face, Max, really showed how happy these two families will now be one. Your entire weekend celebration was a wonderful reminder of the incredible meaning of our relationships with our family and those we choose as our family to surround us. Congratulations again to you both and we can’t wait to raise a beer again with you soon!

xoxo…
…a&b

Julie & Michael’s Wedding at Congressional Cemetery

Julie & Michael’s Wedding at Congressional Cemetery

It’s the start of the wedding season, and it was so cool beginning things with a long-time former co-worker of Bill’s. Julie reached out to us this winter with the wonderful news of hers and Michael’s engagement, so we were doubly happy to return to the DC area to capture their laid-back wedding day. One of the things they did which we love is they both met and welcomed their guests as they arrived at the Congressional Cemetery chapel prior to the ceremony.  (She also walked down the aisle with her sister!) It gave the whole affair an easy-going start to the day and really set the mood for the evening’s festivities, held at Firefly Restaurant. And, it could not have been a more gorgeous Spring day.

Take a gander at some of our favorite moments from the day, then see their complete gallery. The password is Julie’s maiden name. Enjoy!

Anne’s faves of Bill’s:
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This photo below was something of an accident, as we were shooting quick portraits of Michael and Julie was just “staying out of the way”, haha.

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Bill’s faves of Anne’s:

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Some lovely details:
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Dear j&m,

Some of the favorite moments we had from your wedding day include:
You could feel the moment blocks away of you two seeing each other for the first time that day on your front stoop. Your high-five with your sister just before getting dressed, Julie. The huge grins on your faces as you greeted your arriving guests prior to your ceremony. That look, Michael, you had on your face just as Julie appeared in the chapel’s doorway, ready to walk down the aisle. Holding on to Michael’s arm so tightly as you recessed following the ceremony, Julie, as if to say, “Never apart.” While not technically a moment, the perfect weather–loved it! And finally, the toasters. Wow. The toasters. We had no idea, Michael.

Congratulations, you two!

xoxo…
…a&b

 

Best of 2013 – Bill’s Faves of Anne’s

Best of 2013 – Bill’s Faves of Anne’s

Today we wrap up our favorite images (we somewhat randomly selected 25 each) among the nearly 15,000 we delivered to our wonderful clients in 2013. These are images Bill loves that Anne captured, vs. Anne’s faves Bill captured. We hope you enjoy them, reminiscing about each of the weddings (click on the link for each couple to see more). Have a great weekend everyone and we’ll soon be sharing a sweet and fun wedding right here in Colorado at Devil’s Thumb Ranch.

Alicia & Gio’s wedding at the Hay Adams Hotel

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Ashley & Kevin’s wedding at the Army Navy Club

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Cristin & Nima’s wedding at Veritas Vineyards

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Elizabeth & Ryan’s wedding at Woodbury Forest School

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Joy & Jerry’s wedding at Vail Mountain Resort

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Jenn & Mike’s wedding at Clifton Inn

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Lindsay & Charles’s wedding at Hotel Monaco
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Lindsay & Kyle’s wedding at the National Museum for Women in the Arts

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Laura & Tony’s wedding at The Barns at Hamilton Station

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Mary Beth & Chris’s wedding at Shrine Mont

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Misty & Roby’s wedding at the Mellon Auditorium

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Sam & Casey’s wedding at Panorama Farms

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Sheryl & David’s wedding at The Homestead

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Sarah & Jason’s wedding at The Homestead

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Tammy & Andrew’s wedding at The Mill at Fine Creek

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Best of 2013 – Anne’s Faves of Bill’s

Best of 2013 – Anne’s Faves of Bill’s

Before things really get cranking in 2014, let’s take a quick look back at some of our favorite moments and images from our 2013 weddings! It was so insanely difficult narrowing down our selections to just 25 (seemed like a reasonable number taken from the 14,983 photos we delivered last year to happy clients). Today we’re looking at some of Anne’s favorite images that Bill captured from the past year. Thanks so much for all our incredible, loving, and happy couples for sharing these moments so we could capture them!

Alicia & Gio’s wedding at the Hay Adams Hotel

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Ashley & Kevin’s wedding at the Army Navy Club

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Brooke & Phill’s wedding at the National Museum for Women in the Arts

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Cristin & Nima’s wedding at Veritas Vineyards

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Healy & Tim’s wedding at a private residence

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Jenn & Mike’s wedding at Clifton Inn

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Joy & Jerry’s wedding at Vail Mountain Resort

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Kaitlyn & Mark’s wedding at the Mellon Auditorium

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Lauren & Chas’s wedding at Fat Cat Farms

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Lindsay & Charles’s wedding at Hotel Monaco

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Laura & Tony’s wedding at The Barns at Hamilton Station

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Mary Beth & Chris’s wedding at Shrine Mont

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Sam & Casey’s wedding at Panorama Farms

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Sarah & Jason’s wedding at The Homestead

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Tammy & Andrew’s wedding at The Mill at Fine Creek

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Misty & Roby’s Wedding at Mellon Auditorium

Misty & Roby’s Wedding at Mellon Auditorium

What do you get when you cross two Ivy League-educated attorneys with a love for pranks, and irreverent sense of humor? Why, Misty & Roby of course. You know them, don’t you? Faithful readers of this journal will remember them from their early springtime Love Session, and now they’ve tied the knot in an amazingly unique ceremony (not only in the round, but officiated by their wedding party and parents!) at the always stunning Mellon Auditorium in DC and expertly planned and executed by the fantastic Sara Muchnick. We simply adore these two and are so delighted to share a few of our fave moments and of course, some gorgeous decor from their wedding day with you. Have fun, enjoy your week, and of course, check out the full gallery. The password is Misty’s last name and is case-sensitive.

The fabulous team:
Venue: Mellon Auditorium
Planner: Sara Muchnick with Engaging Affairs
Florist: Amaryllis
Caterer: Design Cuisine
Band: Big Ray & The Kool Kats
DJ: Jared Rosen
Furniture rentals: Party Rental, AFR, Taylor Creative
Video: Blue Sky Films
Lighting: Digital Lighting

Bill’s faves of Anne’s:

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We’re not typically a fan of our subjects being camera-aware, but this glance from Roby’s dad just before escorting his son down the aisle really did it for us.

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Anne’s faves of Bill’s:

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So how cool is this? Misty, part of a dance troupe in college, was completely surprised by a production her friends put on for the couple. The even bigger surprise? Roby, who otherwise would not necessarily be classified as a dancer, partook in the last number of the set to the cheers of everyone and as a surprise to Misty. Totally blew her mind. Loved it!

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Of course some from our awesome assistant Karen:

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As promised, some of the incredible details:

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Dear m&r,

Some of our favorite memories from your wedding weekend include:

The molecular mixologists at your rehearsal dinner (what a way to start the weekend!). Your first sight, when Roby shook his money maker (and then shook it again later that night…). That you created a unique ceremony officiated by your dearest friends, all participating in their own way. That amazing dance routine performed for you, including a surprise appearance by Roby. Yup, shaking his money maker once again. Wow, it was hard not just putting down our cameras and watching in amazement. The coordinated superhero boxers (not shown). Your laughter, especially immediately after your ceremony. Having your talented singing friends entertain the rest of your guests during cocktail hour. Misty, that you managed to get down on the dance floor despite recently injuring your feet–that was serious perseverance.

Congratulations, you two!

xoxo…
…a&b

 

Kaitlyn & Mark’s Wedding at the Mellon Auditorium

Kaitlyn & Mark’s Wedding at the Mellon Auditorium

It’s not often we have two big events at the cavernous Mellon Auditorium within a couple of months of each other, but every time we do we’re so impressed with the space’s transformation. Is it just us or does that place just say historic DC glamour? It’s such a stunning venue and the glittering decor really set the mood for Kaitlyn & Mark’s festive Fall celebration. They, along with their families and friends, had us grinning from ear to ear at so many of the touching moments throughout their day. Take a look at some of our favorite images from the day and then check out their complete gallery. The password is Kaitlyn’s maiden name and is case-sensitive.

The fabulous team:
Venue: Mellon Auditorium
Planner: Thy Parra of Evoke
Catering: Occasions
Band: Source
Stationery: Haute Papier
Calligraphy: Meant to Be Calligraphy
Florist: Edge Floral Event Designers
Hair & make-up: Carola Myers
Baker: Maggie Austin Cake

Anne’s faves of Bill’s:

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Bill’s faves of Anne’s:

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Some great scene setters from Karen:

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And of course some incredibly beautiful (& sparkly!) details:

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Dear k&m,

Some of our favorite moments from your wedding weekend’s celebration include: Your mischievous grin, Kaitlyn, as you approached Mark for your first sight that day. The patient waiting and then a quick joke between you and your dad as you prepared to walk down the aisle to lighten the mood. The tender whispering in each other’s ears later that night when you thought no one was watching. Your grace and laughter during poignant toasts from your closest friends and family. Capturing a packed and energetic dance floor. (We might want to look into more insurance!) That your smiles, especially yours Kaitlyn, shined even brighter than the dazzling decor.

Congratulations, you two and we wish you many years of joy!

xoxo…
…a&b

 

Brooke & Phill’s Wedding at the National Museum for Women in the Arts

Brooke & Phill’s Wedding at the National Museum for Women in the Arts

We’re happy to share with you today the big wedding celebration of Brooke & Phill, who enjoyed a personalized ceremony at the historic New York Avenue Presbyterian Church in downtown Washington, DC. It was so nice seeing them and celebrating with them again after getting together for food & drink a couple of months prior at Pippin Hill Farm. It was so nice too working with our friend Jessica Brown (we adore the entire Simply Chic Events team) who pulled off this beautiful and fun wedding seemingly effortlessly (although we definitely know better). It was hard narrowing down our absolute favorites from the day there were so many great moments, but somehow we managed. 😉 Enjoy! And when you’re ready, check out Brooke and Phill’s complete gallery of images. The password is Brooke’s maiden name and is case-sensitive.

The fabulous team:
Ceremony venue: New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
Reception venue: National Museum for Women in the Arts
Planner: Jessica Brown of Simply Chic Events
Officiant: Bill Cochran of Say I Do Your Way
Catering: Design Cuisine
Florist: Amaryllis
Hair styling: Bridal Hair by Remona
Make-up: Carl Ray
Bagpiper: Bialek’s Music
Band: Source
Baker: Kendall’s Cakes
Lighting: Frost Lighting
Photo booth: Booth-o-Rama
Food truck: Takorean Food Truck
Gown: Oscar de la Renta
Shoes: Badgley Mischka

Anne’s faves of Bill’s:

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Long-time (really long time) visitors to our blog might recognize Michelle & Al, whose wedding we shot back in 2004. So great seeing them both again!

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Bill’s faves of Anne’s:

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There are some really fun ones, which we love, taken by our assistant Karen too:

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This almost captions itself: “This cake. I would like some. Now.”

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Some lovely details:

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Dear b&p,

Some of our favorite moments from your day include:

When your parents got so excited for you they couldn’t wait to rush down the aisle after you to celebrate with you, leaving the wedding party at the altar in paused bemusement. Your nephews holding it together the best they could, and really performing admirably when it counted. That you called each other on the phone as you opened each others’ wedding gifts. Almost. Your bagpiper who led your guests across busy New York Avenue and H St., as if he were a mama duck followed by dozens of ducklings eager for cocktail hour. That way you paused and looked at each other as you recessed down the aisle. We don’t know what you were thinking, but we’re pretty sure it was something along the lines of, “We did it!”

Congratulations!

xoxo…
…a&b

Lindsay & Kyle’s Wedding at St. Aloysius and the National Museum for Women in the Arts

Lindsay & Kyle’s Wedding at St. Aloysius and the National Museum for Women in the Arts

Well. Another Friday already? Ah, the weekend, and of course we have another wedding ready and waiting just for you. Lindsay and Kyle had some serious fun with their friends and family for their raucous celebration. We’re happy sharing all these great moments with you and have included, as usual, a few of our favorites from the day’s festivities. Want more? Take a look at their complete gallery here. The password is Lindsay’s maiden name (just the first half of the hyphenation) and is case-sensitive. Enjoy!

The fab team:
Ceremony venue: St. Aloysius at Gonzaga College High School
Reception venue: National Museum for Women in the Arts
Planning: Elizabeth Duncan Events
Florist: Enchanted Florist
Catering: Occasions
Cake: Fancy Cakes by Leslie
Reception music: Free Spirit

Bill’s faves of Anne’s:

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Anne’s faves of Bill’s:

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Some lovely eye candy:

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Dear l&k,

Some of our favorite moments from your wedding include…

Kyle, the way you looked and grinned at Lindsay as she walked down the aisle as if it were the first time seeing her. Lindsay, the way you hugged your dad tight and held on after his warm and touching toast to you both. James running, almost toward you, Lindsay, but instead right to his mom, and yet you still held out your arms…and your hope. Your bridesmaids doing a little spontaneous jig during portraits at the park. Your giddiness at the altar, when you thought no one was looking. And yes, even one of your guests attempting to light a sparkler held in his mouth.

Congratulations, you two!

xoxo…
…a&b