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Natasha and Dwayne exchanged vows at the DC War Memorial on a Sunday morning. Natasha's mother and Dwayne's best friend were also in attendance. Following the ceremony, Natasha and Dwayne went to The Jefferson Memorial for some portraits. Natasha's purple details included a rhinestone necklace, brooch-accented bouquet, lavender crinoline, and rhinestone heels. Anna Kerns was there to photograph all the details on the sunny DC morning.

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Thanks again to Anna Kerns Photography for sharing this lovely wedding with us.

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Comments on A morning ceremony at the DC War Memorial

  1. Ohhhhh so PRETTY. I love how simple the whole thing looks, while still having so many distinct style choices.

  2. The amount of class and beauty in this wedding is mind-boggling. I love it. The purple accents and the cute dress and the happiness… I’m eating it up.

  3. WOW. I was considering the DC War Memorial for my wedding in DC, but decided not to because though we’ll have only a few guests (~20) it is hard for people to come and go from that memorial. I’m rethinking things, now! Gorgeous.

    • I’m considering this spot too but I imagine it would be relatively easy due to the nearby metro access.

      • We did the DC War memorial for our wedding a few summers ago. It turned out to be pretty accessible. Our guests who couldn’t walk far were able to get dropped off on the curb along Independance Ave and the few cars were parked on West Basin Drive or Ohio Drive (the parking situation may have changed now that the MLK memorial is finished). The rest of our guests metro’d or biked. We worried it be hard walk in DC August humidity but no one complained. Now that the landscaping and cleaning are finished I bet the memorial is extra beautiful.

        • I’m concerned mainly because we’re getting married APril 5th – during Cherry Blossom Festival. But after seeing these photos we decided to go for it!!!

  4. So elegant and beautiful. I can’t believe how much the purple really ‘pops’ against the white!

  5. Good grief, this just makes me want to move my whole wedding photography biz to DC for the locations alone! Gorgeous!

  6. What a gorgeous couple! I love the purple accents, and I adore the short, kicky dress. Hey, if I had legs like that, I’d never cover them up!

  7. Yay for another DC War Memorial wedding, we held ours there in 2009! Or I should say we had our wedding rehearsal there before the thunderstorm started and we had to move everyone inside -a nearby bar- for the ceremony.

  8. That is one of the coolest and most beautiful wedding dresses I’ve ever seen. Gorgeous!

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