Beautiful Wedding at the Park Hyatt Washington, DC

This lovely ballroom wedding took place at the Park Hyatt in Washington, DC and was captured perfectly by the talented Wolfcrest Photography. The bride, being from California, had a love for the more natural, organic and slightly rustic style floral designs. The challenge was to mix that style with the formality of a DC ballroom setting. We did that by using our dark wood chuppah with clean lines, which stood out beautifully against the white draping of the ballroom. We mixed loose greenery with lush florals including garden roses and peony accenting with dusty miller and brunia berries for a touch of rustic. The accents of anemone with that dramatic dark center brought it all together for a perfect mix of elegant and natural. We loved working with this couple and are so grateful for these images by Wolfcrest and for the incredible team at the Park Hyatt.

Elegant Wedding at the National Museum of Women in the Arts

Elegant wedding at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Lush florals in a white, dusty pink and sage green color scheme and accents of rose gold and gold accents filled the beautiful space.

Photography by Susie Hadeed Photography | Planning by Margo of Bright Occasions | Venue National Museum of Women in the Arts | Catering Design Cuisine

Gorgeous bridal bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, roses, eucalyptus and dusty miller

Gorgeous bridal bouquet of peonies, ranunculus, roses, eucalyptus and dusty miller

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Chuppah with a View

An elegant white and green wedding is always a classic, but when you add in some B Floral hanging installations and gorgeous florals and a venue with a view like the Hay Adams Hotel, it raises the bar to another level.  I should also mention that this family was so wonderful to work with and the couple was most excited about getting married.  As it should be.

Above the aisle hung heavy greenery and glass votives leading to a "floating" chuppah made of mixed greenery with an amazing view of the White House.  The arrangements were a mix of tall and low arrangements with lots of wild, loose greenery.  Enjoy this beautiful wedding captured so perfectly by The Observatory Photography.  


Oh these dresses!

Oh these dresses!


Floral Design by B Floral Event Design

Photography by The Observatory

Venue The Hay Adams

Wedding Coordination by Kelly Cannon Events