15 Weddings That Totally Blew Us Away in 2015

Favorites from our editors and readers.

1. A Gossip Girl Star Gets Hitched at Anderson House

Photo by Studio Saldana

Nan Zhang played Blair Waldorf sidekick Kati Farkas in the series, so it’s only fitting that her wedding would be ornate enough for a 5th Avenue princess.

2. Katherine Kennedy Meets Her Match

Photo by Justine Ungaro

How does a DC socialite wed? By wearing her mother’s dress and exiting in a horse drawn-carriage.

3. An Officer & His Gentleman

Photo by Marisa Guzman-Aloia Photography

This DC War Memorial ceremony is everything we love about getting married in Washington.

4. The Couple Who Married at the Most Instagrammable Spot in Washington

Photo by Pop! Wed Co.

If you don’t know where this is, you’re missing out on some prime selfie backdrops.

5. The Bride Who Wore a Gold Dress

Photo by Wani Olatunde Photography

Jordan, you are so much cooler than we will ever be. Also, props on that amazing floral chandelier.

6. The Bride Who Wore a Green Dress

Photo by K. Thompson Photography

And played ping pong with her husband. Slay Alexis, slay.

7. Jeff Green Plays Groomsmen

Photo by Amber Kay Photography

The Memphis Grizzlies NBA star donned a sharp suit for former Georgetown Hoya teammate Tyler Crawford’s wedding.

8. Our Summer 2015 Cover Wedding

Photo by K. Thompson Photography

Alex and Rob planned their elegant pink and cream Meridian House wedding in just four months. We’re in awe.

9. The Most Christmas-y Christmas Wedding of All Time

Photos by Dyanna Joy Photography

Here’s to monogrammed flannel, sparkly gold bridesmaids, and the most festive groomsmen socks we’ve ever seen.

10. Gold Glamour at the Four Seasons

Photos by Genevieve Leiper Photography

This cake is great, but the groom’s cake is so much better.

11. The Wedding with all the #Natitude

Photo by Eli Turner

Because it’s not a DC round-up without a little red, white, and blue.

13. The Wedding With The Most Romantic Ceremony Site We’ve Ever Seen

Photo by Paired Images


14. The Rainbow Wedding Thrown By One of DC’s Favorite Foodie Families

Photos by Erin Scott Photography

How does the family behind Proof, Doi Moi, and Estadio do marriage? With lots and lots of color.

15. The Classic Ginger Jar Wedding at Decatur House

Photos by Patricia Lyons Photography

Beautiful couple, even more beautiful wedding.

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Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.