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A St. Francis Hall Wedding in Washington, D.C.

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Amber & Jim in Washington, D.C.
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Invitations with a floral motif and complementary stationery set the tone for Amber and Jim’s light-hearted wedding.
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When it came to her wedding day attire, Amber wanted to look simple and feel comfortable, and her white J.Crew gown fit her vision perfectly.
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The bride had no particular bouquet in mind, so her florist created a loose, romantic bouquet with white roses and green leaves and berries.
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Amber always knew she wanted a flower crown to be part of her bridal look—in fact, she planned her whole style around the accessory. “It was exactly what I had pictured,” she said.
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The bridesmaids wore similar bright teal dresses from J.Crew. They paired the dresses with statement necklaces and matching wedges.
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Light blue pants, suspenders, striped ties and boat shoes gave the groomsmen a colorful and casual look for the wedding.
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For the formal church ceremony, Amber decided to wear a veil, which she borrowed from a friend, instead of her flower crown.
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After the ceremony, the newlyweds took a limo to the reception so they could have a bit of privacy.
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Instead of a traditional escort card display, the couple used a small chest of drawers and organized the cards by last name.
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The father of the bride, a former art teacher, did the calligraphy on the invitations and escort cards by hand.
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A mix of bright flowers including roses and chrysanthemums were displayed in containers decorated tree bark, creating a natural, organic look.
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The table number displays were simple yet elegant with a light brown leaf motif.
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Amber and Jim’s first dance as husband and wife was to the song “I Would Do Anything For You” by Foster The People.
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In between sets by a ’90s-themed band, family and friends raised toasts to the happy couple.
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The bride’s father painted the bird-shaped cake toppers in a color that complemented the rest of their bright wedding.
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Amber & Jim in Washington, D.C.

“We really just wanted the wedding to reflect us and our day-to-day styles,” Amber says of her casual and bright wedding to Jim. They took the planning one step at a time, which ultimately created a homespun event with both romantic and playful details.
- Kristin Doherty
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