A Monumental Wedding

This weekend provided the perfect weather for an outdoors wedding ceremony we had at The Netherlands Carillon followed by a stunning reception at Top of the Town.  This was our first wedding at the Netherlands Carillon and we sure hope it wasn’t our last.  The views of the city were breathtaking, the gardens were filled with brilliant colored flowers, and the ringing from the bell tower made the event magical!

The colors of the wedding could not have been anymore perfect for the setting.  The bright pinks, oranges, and greens were fabulous!  We loved working with this bride and hope that she was as pleased as we were with the flowers!

The bridal bouquet: mango calla lilies with gold accents

The matron of honor bouquet: hot pink mini calla lilies with green hypericum berry

The ceremony…look at that view, hey DC!  And of course, check out the amazing flowers 😉

Beautiful table!  If you are ever debating linens, chargers, chair, etc. upgrades, this is a perfect example of why you should go for it!  Look how beautiful this table is!  The gold chargers are stunning with the colored water glasses and the green linen highlights everything on the table.  The gold chivari chairs and gold napkins are a must to finish off this look! 

Interested in rentals? Browse DC Rental the possibilities are endless!

Look familiar?  This is one of the altar arrangements that was used during the ceremony.  We reused both arrangements at the reception to give additional color where their might not have been any!

Caterer: R&R Catering

Rentals: DC Rental

Wedding Planner: HW Events

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