An Anderson House wedding is one of the most beautiful events I’ve could attend. Ultimately, everyone who comes through DC must plan a visit to the Anderson House. With a fascinating history, the building is also known as the Society of the Cincinnati. Moreover, it is open to the public. To boot, they offer free tours every 15 minutes or so during the week. Furthermore, I’ve been obsessed with it ever since I became a wedding photographer. Along with others, If you ask me, it’s the most beautiful venue in all of DC! I know that many other wedding photographers in the DC area would totally agree with me. It was such a thrill for me to photograph a wedding there with this lovely couple.
Additionally, the wedding had a very diverse story. Personally, I love a good wedding with lots of personal details. Most interestingly, the bride and groom infused their Japanese and Dominican Republican Heritage into this wedding in so many special ways. Also, most visible is the 1000 crane display installed over the water feature at the Anderson House. Read on for so many more details that are mentioned in the feature.
Ultimately all these lovely details led this wedding to be featured on Southern Weddings Blog. Also, I’m excited to share some of my own favorite photos on this blog. Plus, you can read the whole feature here: CLICK HERE. I hope you enjoy reading about this Anderson House Wedding.
Anderson House Wedding Credits
Photographer: Bonnie Sen Photography
Videographer: Simon Cook Films
Planner: A. Dominick Events
Venue: Anderson House
Florist: Highway to Hill Flowers
Caterer and Wedding Cake: Spilled Milk Catering
DJ: Evan Reitmeyer
Paper Products: Flourishing Penguin
Hair Stylist: Bridal Hair by Remona
Makeup Artist: Beauty Mark
Bride’s Shoes: “Packham” by Benjamin Adams London
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale
Menswear: Custom by Geoffrey Lewis
Crane Installation: Amaryllis Floral and Event Design
Tent: Sugarplum Tent Company