Gorgeous French Countryside-Themed Wedding at Trump Winery

Leslie Maron and Dan Huynh wed on October 3, 2014.

Outdoor ceremonies are always a bit risky with the threat of rain, but no heavenly misting could have ruined Dan Huynh and Leslie Maron’s joy during their Trump Winery wedding. All the stunning details and giant smiles were captured on camera by Katie Nesbitt Photography in the photos below.

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Three years after Leslie and Dan met on a blind date, he pulled out all the stops when it came to popping the question. An early-morning proposal gave way to a romantic dinner, which turned into a surprise party with their closest friends. There, Dan announced a week-long trip to celebrate; Hawaii was the mystery destination.

Work schedules made it tough for the couple to find time to exchange vows—Leslie is a wedding photographer, Dan is a DJ—but four years later their nearest and dearest gathered for an intimate French-countryside-themed wedding.

After a rain-sprinkled ceremony, the entire group of 55 dined at a single continuous table; menus were printed on bags that held a mini baguette for each guest.

Attendees signed their well-wishes on a globe painted with the words adventure awaits, and after a night of revelry, the couple headed to Costa Rica for their first excursion as husband and wife.


Venue: Trump Winery | Photographer: Katie Nesbitt Photography | Event Coordinator: Natalie Seng of Designed Perfectly Events + Design | Flowers: Amanda Burnette | Bride’s Gown: BHLDN | Hair and Makeup: Sass Factory Salon | Groom’s Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Caterer: C&O Restaurant | Cake: Pearl’s Bake Shoppe | Music: Premier DJ Services | Transportation: Ambassador Limousine | Invitations: Paper Stories | Honeymoon: Costa Rica | Where They Currently Live: Sterling

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