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Cathryn & Joshua: Washington DC Dinner Party Wedding

Weddings with Mary :: Washington DC

When I met Cathryn & Joshua it was an instantaneous connection.  That initial meeting we had still resonates with me.  I was so blown away by their absolute commitment to make sure the love they had for one another was one that could handle difficulties any marriage can bring.  Not that we can see in the future, but having a solid foundation of mutual understanding for the differences each of us bring to a marriage is a great beginning. You have this solid foundation of commitment, couple that with the fact that they are so adorable when with one another and you have a truly beautiful couple in every way.

When it came to planning their Washington DC wedding, no stone was left unturned.  They created an incredibly special & unique day that was 100% them. Combine that with the talents of A. Dominick Events with gorgeous venues (including The Willard, St. Mathew’s Cathedral, and the Decatur House) and you have something quite special.  What is so special about this wedding is the absolute merging of Christian & Jewish traditions for the ceremony.  And the reception was a dinner party with longs tables filled with chatter & laughter, an abundance of fine wines & scotch, multiple course menu, hand picked meats/antipasti, and a live orchestra.

Even though it poured most of the day, it didn’t matter.  The air was filled with joy, laughter, and of course, a whole lot of love.

Here’s their fantastic Engagement Session held at Meridian Park.

I want to acknowledge the talents of Michael Tempchine who helped document the day with me.  Thank you for your amazing work & eye.

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Minted: Cheree Berry Design

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