National Museum of Women in the Arts Reception

Since she grew up in Washington, DC, tying the knot in the nation’s capital was a no-brainer for Kate. The National Museum of Women in the Arts offered a striking backdrop for the affair, with its opulent marble details and awe-inspiring ceilings. “There is a huge balcony that wraps around the second floor, so everyone had a great 360-degree view of the room,” she says. “Cocktail hour was served in the art exhibit and the reception and dancing were on the main floor, which is a stunning space.”

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