Wedding Ceremony | 2017 Round Up
Although the wedding ceremony is often the shortest segment of the wedding day, it is truly the most important. Many clients want their wedding ceremony space to look beautiful, since these photos are going to be super important. But my clients also recognize that their guests spend the least amount of time in the ceremony space. With this in mind, we always design the ceremony decor with the hopes of repurposing it at the dinner reception.
Below you will see that most of the wedding ceremonies took place outside of a house of worship. In fact, of my ten 2017 weddings, only 1 occured in a church. You can read more of my 2017 wedding venues and my 2017 real wedding analytics if you missed it last week. And earlier this week we looked at the wedding venues, don’t miss it!
Anderson House wedding ceremony in Washington DC. Photo by Sincereli.
Riverside on the Potomac wedding ceremony in Leesburg, Virginia. Photos by AE Landes.
Viginia private estate wedding ceremony. Photo by Lisa Boggs.
The Alexandrian Hotel wedding ceremony in Virginia. Photo by Jennifer Gulley.
Daughters of the American Revolution wedding ceremony in Washington DC. Photo by Kurstin Roe.
Virginia private home wedding ceremony under a chuppah. Photo by Heather Ryan.
Holy Trinity Catholic Church wedding ceremony in Washington DC. Photo by Red October.
Hay-Adams Hotel wedding ceremony in Washington DC. Photo by Steve and Jane.