Erin & Eric's beautiful April wedding in Washington, DC will forever go down as one of my faves. Their day was set at the classic hotel, The Line, in the lively and eccentric Adams Morgan neighborhood, which was the perfect backdrop for their joyful celebration.
Every detail of their day was so intentionally planned and executed, down to the invitation suite, which was hand-designed by Erin, and the gifts Erin and Eric each got their mothers. Eric's mother received The Kissing Hand, and she choked up a bit opening it. While Erin's mother received a hanky that said "no ugly crying," Erin's dad got a tie that said "I loved you first."
Everything was sweet, and precious, and had me feeling so excited about my job.
Erin & Eric had planned some space in their day to take things easy and hang out, which I highly recommend by the way. That allowed me to get to know their families, which already blended so well, and hangout with baby Belle, the adorable flower girl.
After the ceremony, we all headed up to cocktail hour on the roof, which had the best hors d'oeuvres I have literally ever had at a wedding. In case you didn't know, the food at The Line is insanely GOOD. Particularly the fried chicken biscuits.
After dinner, we heard some very personal and thoughtful toasts from a select few guests, including Erin's dad, Eric's sister, and Erin's maid of honor.
Erin's maid of honor was her freshman year roommate, whom she lived with in Thurston, at GW. Thurston is a kind of horrible place to live, which I can say because I too went to GW. So it's no wonder the experience bonded them together and brought them to Erin's wedding day.
Erin & Eric's first dance was "Simply the Best" from Schitt's Creek, and that was the moment when I thought to myself "wow, this literally couldn't get any better."
Don't forget to check out the awesome vendors I had the privilege of working with, at the bottom of this page!
Venue & Catering: The Line Hotel | Florals & Planning: Farm and Fields | HMUA: Alina Karaman | Cake: Buttercream Bakeshop | Bride's Dress: Anais Anette, The Sentimentalist | Groom's Suit: Suit Supply