Touring Washington D.C. Wedding Websites with Vita Images

We’ve been fortunate to have had quite a few Washington D.C. area wedding websites highlight our photography and we’d love a chance to share their posts with all of you!

Lauren and Tom at Capitol Romance Capitol Romance posted a wonderful piece about Lauren and Tom’s wedding, which we photographed at Lee-Fendall House in Old Town Alexandria this past summer.

Capitol Romance is a local blog written by Bree Ryback, who started it in 2011 to help other couples in the Washington, D.C. area plan a unique wedding experience without the huge expense.


Rosie and Rachel at Capitol RomanceBree also posted about Rosie and Rachel’s wedding at Glen Echo Park, a ceremony we photographed alongside Erin Loesly of eKatePhotography as a second shooter.

If you are looking for off-beat ideas and cool weddings in rad locations, then this is the blog you need to be reading!

 

 


Groomsladies Tie Sashes at Wedding Wire  Wedding Wire, posted by editor Kim Forrest, took a closer look at the “groomsladies” tie-sash idea from Lauren & Tom’s wedding. Wedding Wire is one of the fastest growing wedding and event companies online, connecting engaged couples with local wedding vendors.


Escort Cards at United With Love United With Love highlighted another wonderful Lauren and Tom DIY idea, their handmade seating/escort card, in a Daily Pretty. United With Love, written by Julianne Smith, focuses on local wedding inspiration, bringing engaged couples to a blog full of fresh and special ideas, inspiring photographs, and planning guidance to represent the beauty and diversity of weddings in the Washington, D.C. area.


Lauren and Tom showcased in the Perfect Wedding Guide Coming full circle, the Perfect Wedding Guide’s Fall 2012 edition published one of the earliest features about Lauren and Tom’s wedding. PerfectWeddingGuide.com is a comprehensive online guide for brides and planners with a great selection of free wedding planning tools, all designed to keep you organized and on top of every important detail surrounding your wedding.


You can always use your Google machine to search for websites that can help you plan your wedding and find the right vendors, but these sites have the inside job of covering the D.C. region and are a must visit for anyone looking for advice and the latest wedding information and trends!

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