Steve and Anna’s Dusty Blue and Pink Jewish Wedding at the National Museum of Women in the Arts was a classic and elegant day. The couple, who met at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, drew inspiration from the architecture and color palette of the museum. The grandeur and beauty of their venue was highlighted with complimentary colors of light pink, dusty blue and silver.
The bride’s strapless Watters dress was made for twirling! Her soft pink Stuart Weitzman slingbacks were perfect for dancing. Donning her grandmother’s engagement ring as her “something borrowed”, the two were married underneath a gorgeous chuppa designed by Meg Owen Floral Designs. The band was very important to the newlyweds as avid dancers. Naturally, they opened their reception with a stunning waltz accompanied by the band, Millennium.
Thank you to the vendor team who made their day so special:
Hotel : Kimpton Donovan Hotel | Venue: National Museum of Women in the Arts | Wedding Planner: Ellen Head with SRS Events | Officiant: Rabbi Kenneth Block | Wedding Dress: Watters purchased at Kleinfeld Bridal | Bride’s Shoes: Stuart Weitzman | Bridesmaid Dresses: Azazie | Hair and Makeup: Alison Harper and Co. | Groom and Groomsmen Attire: Men’s Warehouse | Wedding Bands: Ben Bridge and Kay Jewelers | Florist: Meg Owen Floral Designs | Invitations: Minted | Catering: Corcoran Caterers | Band: Millennium