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Real Weddings: Christina Lee & William Huh
Married May 23, 2009 at the Korean Baptist Church of Washington in Silver Spring By Jill Hudson
Comments () | Published May 26, 2011

 Slideshow: Christina and William's wedding

THE DETAILS

Photography: Kathy Blanchard Photography

Bride's Gown: Vwidon at Promise for the Savvy Bride

Groom's Suit: Express Menswear

Hair/Makeup: Lydia Chao

Reception Venue: William's parents' home

Flowers: Brookhill Florists of Annandale

Caterers: Matters of Taste of Alexandria

Cake Baker: Cakelove

Occupations: She's an office manager; he's an IT consultant. Number of wedding attendees: 300. Hometowns: She's from Rockville; he's from Timonium, Md. How they met: Christina's younger sister and Will's best friend set them up. Where they got engaged: At Will's parents' house on Christina's birthday. Wedding cocktail: Anything and everything. Wedding flowers: Calla lilies, orchids, hydrangeas, ranunculas, sweet pea, baby roses. Favorite wedding detail: Our favors: cupcakes in green boxes with monogrammed stickers on top. Wedding cake: Strawberries and cream and chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream. Biggest surprise of the wedding: Everything was just the way we planned. Even the weather cooperated. Wedding theme: Spring garden. First dance song: "At Last" by Etta James. Four words that describe the wedding: Elegant, fresh, unforgettable, and refreshing. Honeymoon spot: England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, and Greece. Where they currently live: Rockville.

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