This past January we were delighted to be a part of Christine and Michael’s romantic, candlelit winter wedding at The National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Candles were the item of the night – the bridesmaids carried pillar candles (in glass vases) instead of bouquets that they placed on an altar table after they processed down the aisle, and tables of candles were placed along the back rows. The candles at the back of the aisle also doubled as table centerpieces, keeping the glow alive for the rich, warm reception! Our staff stayed through the ceremony so that we could help for the transition, and we all agreed that it was one of the most personal and touching ceremony we had ever had the privilege to witness. The bride and groom had the officiant tell their love story, which was both funny and sweet – not a dry eye was in the house when it was over! Thank you to Christine and Michael for letting us be a part of it.
Ceremony & Reception: National Museum of Women in the Arts
Photography: Katie Osgood
Day of Coordinator: Elizabeth Duncan Events
Florist: Petal’s Edge Floral Design
Caterer: Main Event Catering