Blush tones and metallic accents beautifully adorn this stunning wedding set in the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Ashlee Virginia Events designed the perfect mix of pop and elegance, and thanks to videographer East West, we all get a front row seat at this classic affair! For more of the timeless details from Sarah Culver Photography, head on over to the gallery.
From Ashlee Virginia Events… Mojy and Kurt were married on a beautiful spring day in the heart of our nation’s capital. The Women’s Museum is one of the most spectacular buildings in the district. Mojy and Kurt wanted a timeless design and the vendors did not disappoint. The blush tones and metallic gold accents looked stunning in a building that made you feel like you were stepping back in time. The architecture in the building alone is enough to make any bride, or wedding planner, swoon. One of the most unique things about their wedding day was they nixed having an officiant. Instead, they had their closest friends and family share a few readings and Mojy and Kurt read their own vows to one another. For the reception, Mojy wanted to make sure the art displayed in the museum was a strong focus and the soft color palate did just that. The Persian cuisine was a feast for the groom’s mid-western family. The wedding overall ended up being a perfect blend of the two cultures and was a real treat for all their wedding guests!
Photography: Sarah Culver | Videographer: East West | Event Planning: Ashlee Virginia Events | Floral Design: Petal's Edge | Cake: Classic Bakery | Stationery: Kat Bredeman | DJ: Sound Of Everything | Harpist: Capital Harpist | Transportation: Lasting Impressions | Wedding Venue: National Museum Of Women In The Arts | Catering And Rentals: Well Dunn Catering | Drapery: Drape Kings