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Chloe & Aaron: Married! | Museum for Women in the Arts

The word stunning used to describe a wedding is cliched and trite.  But oh well.  Chloe and Aaron got married at the stunning National Museum for Women in the Arts. The always-talented Cassidy DuHon had me along to second shoot their gorgeous, elegant wedding.

bride having her makeup done

bride and her sister laughing before the wedding

mom tying her daughter

bride before the first look

bridesmaids flowers - white and green

groom doing the guns with purple tie

groomsman tying shoe

groom frame-in-a-frame

I’d never been to the NMWA so I didn’t know what I was getting into.  Holy moly, is this ever a wedding venue!

national museum for women in the arts

chairs at the national museum for women in the arts

chairs at the wedding ceremony

chuppah at national museum for women in the arts

bride coming down national museum for women in the arts staircase

Part of a Jewish wedding ceremony is circling around your just-for-a-few-minutes-more fiance, creating an area of protection. This is a long-exposure shot, and while Aaron stood still while Chloe circled him, she appears as a white blur – punctuated with the flashes. Pretty cool, right?

circling during Jewish wedding ceremony

The National Museum for Women in the Arts is a seriously amazing venue.

wedding at national museum for women in the arts

purple wedding decor

bride and groom coming upstairs at national museum for women in the arts

first dance at national museum for women in the arts

father daughter dance at national museum for women in the arts

dancing the hora at national museum for women in the arts

dancing at the national museum for women in the arts

Congratulations you guys!

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