It’s been awhile since you’ve seen me design a classic, all white Washington wedding. Despite all the bright blooms and Design Master color on my Instagram feed, classic all white is something I adore. So on this occasion of Caroline Gunther and John Ismay’s first anniversary, I thought it would be a good time to share some pictures of their beautiful and timeless wedding at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church and The National Press Club. All photos by Erin Tetterton Photography.
A beautiful picture of Caroline and her Father - I love how her kind and thoughtful personality comes through in all the photos.
Caroline chose an all white, rounded peony bouquet - classic and always in style.
John wore a detailed white ranunculus boutonniere accented by grey brasilia berry and finished with a coordinating satin ribbon.
A sweet and petite flower crown of spray roses was made for the flower girl who carried a basket of petals finished with a dusty pink ribbon.
Details… details. Erin Tetterton did a lovely job of capturing all the little things that made Caroline and John’s day so elegant.
The bridesmaids also carried all white bouquets which were slightly smaller and made of polo roses nestled in hydrangea.
Great moment captured outside St. Aloysius Gonzaga Catholic Church.
I love this portrait and am so happy to see the aisle flowers went home with him.
For their reception at The National Press Club, Caroline and John carried the dusty blue, pink and grey colors to their centerpieces made of hydrangea and roses.
The wedding cake by Edibles Incredible accented with a simple spray of flowers.
Happy anniversary Caroline and John! Wishing you many years of happiness.