Real Wedding — Karyn & Joshua

FINALLY!  Here are the pictures from Karyn & Joshua’s wedding on Saturday where I assisted Ashley Beard with Windows Catering.  Although their ceremony was held at another location, the George Washington Masonic Memorial served as a stunning venue for their cocktail hour and reception.  Also, you will notice their decor is in perfect timing with the upcoming holiday without being too over-the-top.  Enjoy the photos!

Georgetown Cupcake provided the cupcakes for the reception.  ALL of the rest of these AMAZING desserts were baked by family members!  Delicious!Cake provided by Windows Catering.  I love how the simple detail resembled the pintuck linens!Here’s a photo of the Intermezzo I blogged about yesterday!Yummy entrees by Windows CateringFavors table for guests to pick up as they left.Such a beautiful venue!  Can’t wait for Rebecca & Mbonisi’s wedding in August!

Happy Wednesday!


Catering/Cake: Windows Catering

Cupcakes: Georgetown Cupcake

Florist: The Wedding Loft

Entertainment/Lighting: Everything Entertainment (Stew Pumphrey)

Venue: George Washington Masonic Memorial


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