As seen printed in Washingtonian Weddings.
Erin and Ken had such a beautiful vision for their wedding day, which included the most intricate origami paper crane wall that they crafted by hand. We loved flowering their ceremony site, which was a lush garden installation. This sweet couples wedding was photographed by Angela Newton Roy for Lemon and Lime Event Design at the Meridian House.
Sophie’s sweet sister Julie married her love Connor at the family tree farm in Laytonsville, MD. Being that the wedding was on the farm, it only made sense to bring some trees inside the tent. We installed the trees to the main tent poles, and their branches helped connect the focal floral chandelier that hung over the dance floor. We “planted” small flower beds and tree hydrangeas at the base of each tent stake for a really “finished” look. Julie’s big priority was her live band Go Go Gadget …they were amazing and out of all of the weddings I have seen, I have never seen one with more dancing. If you are looking for a GREAT band, check them out!
This early September wedding at The Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, on the Eastern Shore, was our definition of dreamy. This stunning bride had a big vision and it was an honor watching it come to life! From the picturesque ceremony arch with a view, to the Cocktail hour space that was draped in smilax. We were in love with how everything came together! It was such a pleasure to be a part of this fun couple’s special day. Photos captured by Dani Leigh Photography for Adriana Marie Events.