The most magical part of any wedding day…bride + groom time. Especially during Georgetown, DC weddings.
Occasionally, I find myself in a pinch me moment. And sometimes I have an internal struggle about saying it out loud, or broadcasting it across the internet, but I’m really trying hard to remember to celebrate the wins, because one of my truths is making a point to cherish the things – big or small – that bring about joy.
Having this color wheel inspired wedding photo shoot featured on Rock n’ Roll Bride and working with a team of amazing creatives to make it come to life was one of them.
First, I should mention that Rock n’ Roll Bride was has long been one of my favorite wedding blogs for the types of weddings I love – free spirited, colorful and unique. Getting to be a part of it is a long-time dream come true, and for that I feel so incredible grateful to Kat and the editorial team.
But most of all – making new friends and working together to create a dream wedding that was a different take on what a wedding looks like, one that doesn’t shy away from color or boldness, or making a statement, will probably be one of the highlights of this year for me. This team was filled with some of the most creative ladies (and a gentleman or two) in the wedding biz who pulled out all the stops to make this come to life. And I owe them all the thanks for believing in the vision.
Most especially, a shout out goes to Pop the Cork Designs for dreaming it up and being a sounding board and a visionary. Big picture people are my favorites, and Jenna knows how to hustle and bring an idea to life. I’d pick her (and all of the rest of these dreamers) to be on my team any day of the week.
I love these images with my whole being, knowing they are a teeny window into the things my heart calls for and wants to make more of.
If I had a confetti canon, I would set it off for each of these amazing creatives:
Styling: Pop the Cork Designs
Location: The Loft at 600F
Groom’s Attire: Banana Republic
Bow ties: Boutaugh
Flowers: Petals and Promises
Stationery: Kristen Caudill
Hair: PSC Hair Artistry
Make Up: Behind the Veil Beauty
Rentals: XOXO Vintage
Cake: Cakes by Rachael
Chocolates: Sweet Meat Chef
Candy: Bash Event Design
Welcome Gift: Marigold & Grey
Geometric Details: 1 Pixie Place
Geometric Details: Nikki Cross Applesauce
Table Numbers: Winston & Main