A few weeks back, we had the pleasure of working with this cute couple for their Friday evening wedding at the Harold Pratt House, which also houses the Council for Foreign Relations. Our team helped add some decorative touches for this intimate and family-filled wedding.
The Drawing Room (above) setup for the ceremony to begin. Rush's grandfather, a Baptist minister married the couple.
The cocktail hour and dinner were held on the second floor. Glowing mercury glass serves as a path along the grand marble staircase.
The bride's mom and aunt suppled lots of decorations including these peacock feather table number signs. Gold brocade tablecloths and navy napkins accented the interior of the upstairs library.
Stacks of books were tied in gold ribbon accented with lots of mercury glass votives lent to the many books about in the room.
After dinner, guests were invited downstairs while activities awaited; board games, dessert and a photo booth area was setup.
All photos courtesy of the talented Kate Murphy. Please visit her blog to see more images of this wedding!