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A Garden Wedding in Washington, DC

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Mary & Trevor in Washington, DC
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The bridesmaids carried monochromatic bouquets of ivory blooms, like mums and roses, so they would stand out against the backdrop of the watermelon-colored gowns.
Yellow Door Floral Designs, Falls Church, VA
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Small garden roses and hypericum berries adorned the groom’s lapel.
Yellow Door Floral Designs, Falls Church, VA
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The bridesmaids’ wore bright watermelon-colored knee-length dresses in their favorite styles. Trevor and his groomsmen wore tuxedos and custom made pink-and-white bowties.
Jenny Yoo, New York, NY
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Mary and Trevor placed a pink-and-green, fan-shaped program on each guest’s chair. “They were simple and practical,” says Mary.
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The ceremony space was already perfect with a fountain, flowers, and trees, but a few carnation and mum pomanders tied to white chairs with lime green cushions pulled the look together.
Yellow Door Floral Designs, Falls Church, VA
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The brilliant pink linens atop the escort card table matched the ink on the simple white escort cards.
paperzest, Reston, VA
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Low vases filled with pink, green, and ivory flowers like roses, hydrangeas, and dahlias, sat atop every other table.
Yellow Door Floral Designs, Falls Church, VA
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Realistic-looking pink-and-green sugar flowers adorned the top and sides of the three-tiered cake. Pink strips of fondant around each tier mimicked the ribbon used throughout the décor.

Mary & Trevor in Washington, DC

“I never expected to meet my future husband at a bar, but that’s exactly where we met!” says Mary. She struck up a conversation with Trevor at a good friend’s bachelorette party. The two exchanged numbers and went on a date the following weekend. The Bride Mary Ross, 27, an attorney The Groom Trevor Burner, 30, an accountant The Date August 16 They had been dating a little over three years when he surprised her with a proposal outside of her New York City apartment building. “I immediately said 'Yes!' and started jumping up and down in my heels,“ says Mary. Then Trevor took her on a breathtaking helicopter ride over Manhattan. They took two years to plan their summer garden wedding, and Trevor continues to take Mary’s breath away. No helicopter needed.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • Yellow Door Floral Designs, Falls Church, VA
  • Jenny Yoo, New York, NY
  • paperzest, Reston, VA

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