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Today’s wedding is one of the most beautiful that I can remember seeing in ages – and that says a lot considering how many lovely weddings I get to check out!!
Danielle and Nick’s wedding was a swanky, sultry throwback to the 1940′s. This gorgeous couple had an incredible eye for detail and a wonderfully theatrical sense of style that translated into an absolutely stunning affair.
You cannot help but look elegant when saying your “I Dos” at the Carnegie Institution of Washington. The breathtaking building, built in 1908, features gorgeous, shining marble floors, stately columns, winding elliptical staircases, and a grand entrance through 12-foot double bronze doors into the Rotunda from their 16th Street portico.
Couples can host weddings in the Ballroom, Rotunda, and the Boardroom. A typical wedding will begin with a ceremony in the glistening marble Rotunda, move to a cocktail hour in the stately Boardroom, and end with dinner and dancing in the lovely, spacious Ballroom, which connects to the Rotunda.
Photography Credit: Pereda Photography