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Friends, I am extra excited to share today’s beautiful wedding, because as soon as I saw it for the first time last summer, it made me think, “This is what I want my wedding to be like.” Not because of the details Inslee and Anderson chose, although they incorporated so many lovely and classic touches, but because they look so incredibly joyful in each and every picture! I love that amongst all of the details, from their gorgeous invitation suite to their Southern-inspired cuisine, the happiness they so clearly felt on their special day is what sticks out above everything else. I can only imagine how that pure love and joy must have inspired their guests–it most certainly inspired us!

Thank you so much to the talented Kate Headley for sharing Inslee and Anderson’s wedding with us in V7!

I am very hands-on and love doing things myself, so when our stationer assumed they would assemble and stuff our invitations for us (for a fee), I told them they didn’t need to. I brought all the components of the wedding suite home, and my mom, bridesmaids, and I set up an assembly line, donned our surgical gloves, and assembled the invites together. It was such a happy memory, getting to see each friends and family members’ names in gorgeous calligraphy.

I tried on at least a hundred dresses–I can safely say no other dress could have been better for me, because I’ve tried them all on. I love how my dress was feminine and romantic without being overly sweet. The draping of the horsehair gave it a strong architectural quality.

What was the design inspiration for your wedding? Why was this design special to you as a couple? I wanted to keep with traditional and formal etiquette for the design and flow of the day. We didn’t want to go over-the-top on anything–we just wanted to celebrate the natural beauty of our venues in the spring and the joy of being with friends and family. We kept the colors soft and natural, with lots of greenery mixed in.

Bride’s favorite detail of the wedding: Just one?! Probably the huge floral arch over the doorway to Christ Church. It set the tone for a beautiful service. Or…can I have two? I loved our wedding invitation. I got to add my own touch to it–the envelope liner was a botanical pattern that I painted. If I get a third, I also loved the bridesmaids’ earrings, created just for them by my friend, jewelry designer Loren Hope.

Our ceremony was truly the most incredible and meaningful experience. The groom and I began–begrudgingly at first–going to church more regularly during the year of our engagement. Over the course of time, we found that we really enjoyed the ritual and the connections we made with the clergy and the friends we encouraged to join us. Standing in the church together, feeling the full weight and significance of the commitment we were making, in light of our joined effort of preparation, was incredible.

Tell us all the basics of your wedding! We were inspired by springtime in Washington, DC. The service was at Christ Church in Georgetown at 4:30 and the reception followed at The Chevy Chase Club. We chose Georgetown because Anderson and I fell in love there–we lived in Georgetown for three years before moving to NYC together. Christ Church holds a lot of meaning for me because it is the church my parents married at, where I was baptized, and where my father’s funeral took place. The Chevy Chase Club is my favorite place in Washington (even though it’s technically in Maryland). My adopted dad introduced my mom and me to this magical wonderland of gardens and relaxation in the midst of the busy grind of Washington, and it has always served as a place of happiness and celebration for our family.

Did you have a cocktail hour? If so, what was it like? Yes! It was magnificent, out on the lawn in the perfect afternoon sunshine, complete with the club’s signature Adirondack chairs and mint juleps galore.

What was Southern about your wedding? About two thirds of our guests! And the hospitality and warmth shared by everyone. We chose Southern-inspired foods like ham biscuits, fried green tomatoes, chicken and waffles, and shrimp and grits.

Tell us a bit about your first dance. It was an athletic feat. The groom’s nickname is “Crazy Feet Fariss,” if that helps describe his moves on the dance floor. We danced to “You Put the Flame On It” by Charles Bradley.

Were there any family traditions you included in the reception? We started the dancing with our family wedding favorite, “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire, and celebrated the cake cutting and toast with the same champagne flutes that were used at my parents’ wedding. Hopefully, champagne saber use will be a new family tradition in years to come!

Who was one of the most special guests at your wedding? The groom’s grandmother, who managed to tear up the dance floor in a wheelchair, and my 101-year-old grandmother who joined us via Facetime on her iPad to see the flowers, the bride, and the groom (in that order)!

When did y’all get married? May 17, 2014
How did the two of you meet? Tell us your story. We met in college when a friend set Anderson up as my date to my sorority formal in the spring of 2008. I wasn’t too sure about it at first, but he finally won me over by speaking in a faux British accent on the bus ride home about how excited he was to vote for Barack Obama. You can’t make this stuff up.
Describe the proposal: We were visiting my family in Leesburg, Virginia for Easter. He crept into my childhood bedroom at 7 A.M. on Saturday morning and woke me up, kneeling next to the bed with a ring! We spent the rest of the weekend celebrating with our families, which made it even more special.
Tell us about your beautiful engagement ring and how/why your husband (or the two of you!) chose it: My engagement ring was formerly the ring that my father gave to my mother for their engagement. My parents had a tragically short time together, as he passed away a few short years after their wedding. Later, when my mom remarried my adopted dad, she set the ring aside for me to wear someday. When Anderson asked for my hand, my mom knew it was time to give him the ring. Anderson reset the stone in its original antique Cartier setting with new diamond baguettes. To say I am obsessed with it is an understatement.
Three adjectives that describe the day are: Joyful, traditionally elegant, and spring-like
How many guests attended your wedding? 250
What was the biggest challenge you faced while planning your wedding? Deciding what I wanted our wedding invitation to look like. As an artist and a stationery designer, this felt like the biggest decision of my life. I over-thought it for weeks! The day those finally were signed, sealed, and delivered, I felt so relieved!
Who was your officiant? Why did you choose him/her? The officiant was the Reverend Stuart Kenworthy. He officiates the majority of weddings at Christ Church and is adored by his congregation. Having him marry us was such an honor, especially when we learned we were one of the last couples he married before his retirement.
What was the most memorable or touching moment about your wedding day? One moment I loved was when the Reverend asked the congregation to respond with “We will” in response to the question of would they do everything in their power to help us uphold our vows. Everyone responded in unison, “We will” and then a moment later, one of the sweet little flower girls (twin four-year-olds) piped up, “WE WILL!” very enthusiastically, just a moment after the crowd. I loved that she was listening to and participating in our big day, even if her timing was a little off.
What’s next for you as a couple? We’re settling into married life in our new apartment in NYC and trying to decide if there’s room in our tiny love nest for a puppy!
Best advice or most memorable comment someone made to you during the wedding celebration: My matron of honor warned me to give my toast first, before anyone else gave me a chance to start crying by giving an emotional toast before me. I’m so glad I listened. I was able to give a toast to Anderson that showed him how much I love him without bursting into tears!

Photographer: Kate Headley / Planner: Simply Chic Events / Ceremony venue and ceremony flowers: Christ Church / Reception venue, catering, and cake: Chevy Chase Club / Flowers, lighting, and reception decor: Amaryllis / Bride’s gown: “Katherine” by Vera Wang / Bridal salon and veil: Vera Wang / Bride’s shoes: Jimmy Choo / Bride’s jewelry: Cartier / Bridesmaid dresses: Jenny Yoo / Hair and makeup: Audrey Bethards / Bow ties: Lumina / Paper goods: Dempsey & Carroll / Envelope liners: Inslee by Design / Rentals and linens: DC Rental / Transportation: International Limo

lisa Written with love by Lisa
  1. avatar Erika {Artfully Wed} reply

    I love that she chose white for the bridal party! It looks so elegant!

  2. avatar Dana reply

    food sounds so yummy! What a happy couple!

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It’s getting colder by the day in North Carolina, but admiring Courtney and Cameron’s wedding warms me right up! Even more than the heirloom details and dreamy florals by Blue Ribbon Vendor Holly Chapple Flowers, Courtney and Cameron’s big day was a true testament to a community coming together in support of the newlyweds. After a huge derecho ripped through the area the day before the wedding, everyone from the wonderful vendors to the wedding party (the groomsmen carried Cameron’s grandmother up the stairs after the power went out!) went above and beyond to help give Courtney and Cameron the wedding they dreamed of!

Big thanks to Michelle Lindsay Photography for sharing this sweet day with us!

The night before we got married, the region was hit with a massive derecho that took down trees and cut the power supply to most of the area. It took heroic efforts to pull our wedding together. It was amazing to see so many people pull together to make the day happen. Our angel wedding planner and her husband were at my parents’ property long into the night helping to clean up damaged wedding decor. Skyline Tents was on site early in the morning to help prepare for the day. My hairstylist met me at a hotel so we could use generator power to curl my hair. The temple where we were married was also out of power, so the wedding party carried Cameron’s grandmother up five or six flights of stairs! Because the building had little light, we were married by flashlight. It ended up being very sweet–almost like being married by candlelight!

Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell! I tied something borrowed, something blue, and something old to my bouquet. My new item was a beautiful necklace my dad bought me for my wedding day. The borrowed item was from my sister. She had inherited my Grandma Waters’ locket, which had pictures of my grandparents when they were young in it. My mother-in-law gave me an embroidered blue handkerchief from their side of the family. I also carried a handkerchief from my maternal grandmother to represent something old.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We did do a first look. I’m glad we took pictures ahead of time because the wedding day flew by so fast! My photographer and her assistant were troopers. They endured intense heat the day before our wedding in order to capture some beautiful shots. Cameron was a trooper too. At one point during the photo shoot, I began to feel like I was going to pass out. It was such a weird feeling. My Virginia Military School graduate swept me off my feet (quite literally this time) and carried me back to the shade.

We had the reception at my parents’ home in Virginia. It was very special to have our wedding reception there. It added a level of intimacy and old-fashioned charm that I don’t think could have been replicated anywhere else.

Describe your wedding flowers. My dad worked in a floral shop during his college years, so he definitely had strong opinions about what these flowers would look like. The incredible Holly Chapple went above and beyond. The peach colors were stunning. As I was going through photos after the event, I even saw a real peach tree branch nestled into the décor.

Cameron really only had a few main requests when it came to wedding planning, one of which was that his brother, Calvin, be the DJ. I’m glad Cameron got his way because the music was incredible. I remember fawning over it for days afterwards. All of the music was fun to dance to, but was totally timeless. We picked an obscure song for our first dance, since it was just about the only song we could agree on! It was to a Ray Charles song called “I Love You, I Love You” that was one of Charles’ first recordings at the age of 18. We love it.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Cameron and I met when we were fourteen, but we didn’t date in high school at all. We spent years playing practical jokes on each other and writing letters to each other long distance, but we didn’t start dating until my last semester of college. It wasn’t very long after that before we were engaged.
Tell us all about the proposal! Cameron and I had known that we were going to get married for quite a while, so when Cameron presented me with a ring, the decision had been made long before. Cameron took me out to get burgers. Afterwards, he decided to take me to DC for a walk. We were walking around the area close to the Capitol; it was the same area we had visited about a year earlier when he planned a surprise trip to visit me over Easter break. As we were walking away from the Capitol, Cameron turned to me and said, “Are you ready?” I thought I knew what he was asking, but I didn’t want to jump the gun. Then he got down on both knees and asked me if I would marry him. Simple proposal. Simple answer. Yes!
When did y’all get married? June 30, 2012
Tell us about finding your wedding dress. For religious reasons, I needed a dress that had sleeves. I found a beautiful Demetrios gown and worked with a talented seamstress who had a background in costume design to rebuild the bodice. It was like having a custom made dress! I love the sheer ruffles in the back.
Describe your wedding cake or dessert. Our high school friend (and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America), Raewyn Cowherd, made us a beautiful and delicious cake. We love hazelnut, so she incorporated it into one of the tiers. I mostly ate desserts, while Cameron was the life of the party.
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: Cameron and I both like ginger, so we served a ginger limeade.
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? Temples are very special places. As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we believe that families can be together forever, and that the temple is where this happens. Marriage is part of our Heavenly Father’s plan for us. After our ceremony, Cameron’s grandma came up to me and said, “Welcome to the family.” Cameron’s grandmother is somewhat of a pioneer in their family, and she exuded such love and sweetness in that moment.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Don’t get me wrong, weddings are fun. You get to celebrate a joyous event with people close to you. But don’t forget the difference between the party and the marriage. A wedding is just one day. Focus on what kind of people you and your spouse want to become.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? Cameron and I are adjusting to life in the City of Brotherly Love. We moved to Philadelphia this summer so that Cameron can pursue a career in medicine. A few months ago, my mom asked me, “What is the best thing about marriage that you didn’t expect?” Two things came to mind: the amount of worrying I throw at Cameron, and how well he handles it. He is a wonderful confidant. Secondly, I am pleasantly surprised at how much we laugh together. While we were dating, Cameron spent a lot of weekends with my family. I remember my mom telling me how my dad had heard us in the basement, just laughing and laughing. I love that about Cameron. He makes me laugh so much!!

Photographer: Michelle Lindsay Photography / Planner: Janice Carnevale of Bellwether Events / Ceremony Venue: Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints / Reception Venue: Private residence / Flowers: Holly Chapple Flowers / Cake Baker: Raewyn Cowherd / Catering: Design Cuisine / Rentals: DC Rentals / Tent and Lighting: Skyline Tents / Table Runners: La Tavola / DJ: Calvin Squires / Bride’s Gown: “3141” by Demetrios / Veil: A Bride Beautiful / Bride’s Jewelry and Shoes: Macy’s / Paper Products: The Dandelion Patch / Hair Stylist: Kirsten Eike of Jewel Hair Design / Bridesmaid Dresses: Alfred Sung in “Firecracker” / Men’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse / Dress Alterations: Jen Jackson of Altered Elegace

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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When Emily first showed me Connor Studio’s image of Emily + Chester’s DAR library reception, I immediately fell in love. Their dinner among the book stacks ranks among one of my favorite creative uses of a venue. But look a little closer and you’ll see that there’s more than just novelty in E + C’s wedding. Their elegant nods to family were executed flawlessly — at once sweet, lovely and subtle.

I admire Emily’s outlook on wedding planning, always thinking, “How blessed I am to even be having this issue!” We find her positivity and priorities infectious. “To have found the man I love and then to plan a celebration with our family and friends — almost every part of it was such a joy. I did find being true to myself and not bending to all the opinions around us was a difficult part of wedding planning. I am fortunate to have a fiancé that supported me every step of the way and we were so happy with the choices we made.”

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Yes, we wanted to enjoy the wedding in its entirety. We felt that in order to do so, it was important to take all our photos before the wedding. It was so special — we met on the rooftop of the DAR and I have never seen a happier look on Chester’s face!

I was determined to find a dress with sleeves. I first went to a dress maker in Tennessee, near my hometown, who ended up on the evening news as the top business to avoid by the Better Business Bureau. So two months before the wedding, I cancelled the order and starting hitting local salons. I found a beautiful dress in Old Town Alexandria and the alterations department assured me I could have the perfect sleeves that I wanted and I did. I could not have loved my dress more! My veil was worn by two of Chester’s cousins on their wedding day. I have become such close friends with both of them so it was very special to have my “something borrowed” be the veil they both wore. We all had very different style dresses but the same veil looked perfect with each of our dresses.

What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? My mother’s best friend read a letter on marriage written by Nancy Reagan when she was first lady of California. It was an amazing and very honest letter on the virtues of marriage. Since we are both staunch Democrats, I think everyone enjoyed that we chose Nancy Reagan for our reading.
Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding. My favorite song at the wedding was unexpected. For the toast, my Matron of Honor sang “Thank you for Being a Friend,” the theme song to Golden Girls, which is a show she and I have watching together endlessly. The guests chimed in for the last verse. It gives me chills just talking about it!
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? My old boss, Congressman Lincoln Davis, officiated the ceremony. It was so personal to Chester and I. We both remember being surprised by how much the ceremony moved us. It felt perfect. The toasts being a part of the ceremony were also a special addition. The best man, both matrons of honor and my father delivered beautiful toasts that had everyone laughing and crying. The ceremony was absolutely wonderful and so true to who we are as a couple.

Aren’t Emily + Chester’s place settings perfectly lovely? At first glance, they’re another beautiful detail of the wedding, but to the newlyweds and their guests, it was a thoughtful way to honor family.

All of my favorite details of the wedding revolved around the place settings. I had the idea to have the menu printed on a linen napkin. Our wedding planner and stationary vendor made the dream come true. They were beautiful and a conversation piece throughout the evening. On top of each napkin was a sprig of rosemary, which we included to remember Chester’s grandmother, Ottie. She passed away three weeks before the wedding. She was a great Italian cook and we wanted to honor her with something she loved. Most of our guests were very close to Ottie and this gave them a personal reminder of her on our wedding day.

Describe your wedding cake or dessert: I love cake! It was the first vendor we picked for the wedding. We had three flavors in a six-tier pale yellow buttercream cake with red velvet cake with dark ganache and cream cheese, marble cake filled with caramel, milk ganache, vanilla buttercream and crunchies, white chocolate cake filled with two layers of cookies and cream and chocolate American buttercream. We enjoyed the top tier on our one-month anniversary instead of our one year — I couldn’t wait!

How did the two of you meet? Tell us your story. We first met on March 5, 2007 in the Russell Senate Office Building. Chester had just been hired by Senator Bayh’s office and I was already working in the office. After a morning of orientation for Chester, it was time for a staff meeting that I led. It was that meeting that sparked Chester’s interest in me. After a couple months of working in the same office together, Chester decided to invite me on a mission with him to scope out homes and neighborhoods for his sister and family’s pending move to the Washington, DC area. After our search, we rewarded ourselves with what became our first date — dinner at the no-frills Capitol Hill haunt, La Loma.
Describe the proposal. We were in San Juan, Puerto Rico on our fourth anniversary of our meeting. I was not aware the trip was organized around a special date. At midnight, Chester proposed to me in our hotel room.
In what month did you get married? April
How many guests attended your wedding? 170
Describe your wedding flowers: The ceremony floral was a single French urn of dogwood, apple blossoms, snowball viburnum, white French tulips and open cut roses. My bouquet was made of English garden roses, vitality garden roses, white freesia, white and green parrot tulips, dusty miller and mint. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of pale yellow and cream, open cut roses, snowball viburnum, white ranunculus, double cream narcissus, mint and dusty miller. The bouts were comprised of a yellow garden rose bud, green hellebores and accented with weigela foliage and kochia. We had two different styles for the reception flowers, because guests sat in two different rooms for dinner. In the library, guests were seated at six long, wooden rectangular tables. We kept the library’s lamps on the tables, and in between them were ceramic urns filled with snowball viburnum, roses, ranunculus, mint, and lady’s mantle. There were also clear bud vases filled with white, cream and pale yellow tulips. In the O’Byrne gallery, there were two long dining tables with a gorgeous gold and lilac print linen. There were four lush, tall arrangements made of snowball viburnum, hydrangea, open cut roses, lilac, mint, weigela foliage, rosemary and passion flower. In between these four were smaller vases of the same flowers.
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? For me, being Southern is about being a gracious host and making people comfortable in your home or in this case, at your wedding. My mother is the best host I will ever know, so I wanted to make her proud by doing the same with our wedding. We created a hospitable environment by having the guest’s individual name on each program in calligraphy so they felt personally welcome. They were greeted with a champagne bar. At cocktail hour, we paid our respects to the South by having a Jack Daniels bar with various cocktails including Lynchburg Lemonade. At dinner, we served crab cakes and corn soufflé which reminded me so much of the corn pudding that I often ate growing up. I danced with my father to the Tennessee Waltz and my favorite song by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, “Islands in the Stream,” was played during dancing. We served late night cookies and milk and macaroni and cheese with BBQ on top.
What range did your wedding budget fall into? $75,000-$100,000
What is the one thing you are most happy you splurged on? Flowers. The flowers were breathtaking and gave the day have such a warm atmosphere and welcoming feel, which was everything I wanted.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Hire a wedding planner. No matter what your budget, it makes things 100 times easier. I plan events as part of my job, but I knew on my wedding day I wanted to focus on Chester, our family and friends. With a planner, I was able to and it was seamless. I honestly think hiring a planner is the key to a happy day that focuses on your love, not on the event.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you looking forward to in the future? Chester and I are looking forward to living in Washington DC, enjoying our careers and traveling.

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
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  2. avatar Lisa Marie reply

    Beautiful, just beautiful!

  3. avatar Shelly12 reply

    Where did you get the letter on marriage by Nancy Reagan?

    • avatar Chester reply

      Shelly12: We found the letter in Nancy Reagan’s book titled: I Love You, Ronnie

  4. avatar Shelly12 reply

    I love your many wonderful personal touches. Where did you find the letter by Nancy Regan?

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