I really liked Capitol Hill Baptist Church. It was pretty big, but they had giant sliding wooden walls (on right) that separated different sections, giving a large church a more humble feel. Plus, there was a great balcony to get in to take all kinds of photos from all kinds of angles.
Plus, I’m a real sucker for broken symmetry, so I loved the backdrop these wooden walls provided.
I loved how Jimin and Teddy incorporated their families into the ceremony. There was a specific point for the parents of each to come up and hug their children. It was a lovely moment.
There was also plenty of singing, with no small amount of audience participation.
Jimin’s bridesmaids carried pink and lime green bouquets – what a great color combination!
There were some real characters at this wedding.
Honest Abe was there, looking on with approval.
I really couldn’t get enough of these presidential portraits at the Capitol Hill Club. They gave a very regal feel to the sit-down dinner.
And then it was time to dance!
This was the coolest kid I have ever seen. He was absolutely crazy on the dance floor and the crowd couldn’t get enough! Check out his rockin’ moves!
Congratulations Jimin and Teddy!