Images: Robin Shotola Photography
I‘ve said it once, and I’ll say it again, just because you don’t have 100+ people at your wedding, doesn’t mean you can’t pick super fun and personalized details to make your wedding day shine & be truly “you”. This is EXACTLY what Quentin & James did and why I had SUCH a hard time narrowing down images from Robin Shotola Photography to include in today’s real DC wedding feature! Using pops of purple, some serious style choices, and a super modern font for their “Q & Chu” themed details (even embroidered onto their shirts!) these grooms ROCKED their intimate DC wedding. A beautiful ceremony at the DC War Memorial, with some awesome portraits and a gorgeous reception (which their friends designed & styled!) – I love it!
Your favorite part of the wedding planning? The creative parts selecting flowers, designing the invitations, creating the feel of the reception. Vendor selection, we were very careful when selecting vendors. We interviewed each vendor to ensure they were of like mind and shared our vision of our wedding day.
Keep is simple, be true to how you are as a couple and don’t let outside voices tell you what you day should or should not be. Think out side the box, weddings do not have to conform to any standard, and make it fun and something you and your guest will remember for years to come!
Click inside for the rest of Quentin & James’ intimate, modern DC wedding!
Personal friends designed their invitations, styled their flowers and officiated the wedding.
The best part of their wedding day? Us being surrounded by friends and family as we joined our lives together.
The most stressful thing about planning their wedding? Seating chart & invite list dues to the size of our wedding.
Photographer: Robin Shotola Photography |Flowers: Designed & arranged by friends | Graphic Design: Friends | Shoes: Cole Haan | Jewelry: David Yurman | Ceremony Venue: DC War Memorial | Dinner Venue: Range | Bakery: Grassroots Gourmet | Groomsman Attire: John Varvatos | Tuxedoes/Suits: Knot Standard | Transportation: On the Town Limousines | Hair Stylist: PR Partners Friendship Heights | Caterer: Range by Bryan Voltaggio | Submitted via Two Bright Lights
Oh my goodness, they are now the Hart-Chus. I HART CHU TOO, GUYS!