Moss table numbers have a woodsy, whimsical vibe. Photograph by Courtney Reese.
Such unique and organic floral arrangements by Petals ’N Bows at this Strong Mansion wedding, beautifully shot by Courtney Reese. The moss table numbers and terrarium centerpieces are just so darn romantic and cool.
—Elizabeth Anne Designs
I love photographer Gabe Aceves’s images of this Southern-inspired wedding in Great Falls. Take particular note of the “Virginia is for Lovers” save-the-dates, the bride’s red headpiece, the pinwheel table numbers, and, of course, the cowboy boots.
A classic DC affair at Decatur House with a brilliant favor idea: cookbooks featuring recipes from family and friends.
—Style Me Pretty
Hooray for fall! This rustic Woodend Sanctuary wedding is just full of joy, and the red-and-pink color scheme is perfectly executed.
Frequent Anthropologie shoppers, check out this King Family Vineyards wedding. Beehive Events did a marvelous job with the whimsical décor from the frequent use of bunting to the fan programs, the mustache socks to the ribbon streamers.
—The Bride’s Cafe
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