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Union of Two Brides in Colonial Williamsburg

In the 18th century, Colonial Williamsburg was the center of government and culture. Now, upon re-creation and restoration, is the world's largest living history museum. This cobble stone town is filled with taverns, horse-drawn carriages, and a hands on experience of it's past. This seems far from a setting for a wedding...especially a marriage of two brides.

Wendy and Liz's wedding weekend was full of love, laughter, and making history. The ceremony was nestled in the woods outside of the Woodlands Conference Center, adorned with mismatched seating for the guests, a cut out of their adorable puppy seated in the front row, and artichokes lining the aisle...and the bridal parties in front and center in jade and grey with jewel tone accents.

Cocktail hour came to an end as the Fife and Drum marched the guests to the reception. The woodlands theme continued in the ballroom with tall tree centerpieces, succulents, and ferns throughout. The evening continued with Moscow Mules in copper mugs, a toast from Mr. Thomas Jefferson {Yes! I said TJ...remember we were in Colonial Williamsburg}, an open air photobooth, and a surprise dance from a giant inflatable T-Rex. Wendy + Liz created a magical wedding weekend their guests will talk about for decades and walked hand in hand down Gloucester Street as they made history.

This beautiful wedding was featured in The Knot Magazine DC, Maryland, Virginia

The amazing vendor team...

Bridal Gown: Annapolis Formal

Dresses: Azazie

Suits: Express

Stationery: 2 Hands Studio

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