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Suee & Tad | St. Francis Hall wedding | Washington, DC

Suee & Tad were married at the really spectacularly beautiful Franciscan Monastery.  And their tables were differentiated by fruits!  But really, the very best part was their first dance, which they did to none other than 'Power of Love' by Huey Lewis and the News.  Yes, my friends, best first dance song ever.  Add a kickin' band, incredibly sweet families and a classy location and you've got a pretty great wedding. bride and groom dancing at st. francis hall Suee & Tad got ready at their house in Washington, DC.  They remodeled it themselves and it's gorgeous. mom irons her sonindian wedding preparationgetting ready for the indian weddingmom fixes her daughters sarimom and daughter moment before the weddingsister and friend help bride get dressedbrother of the bride looks out the window Suee's twin sister helped her get ready. twin sisters get ready for the weddingindian bride getting readyfirst look with indian bride I normally don't futz around too much with the bouquet but I loved the play of the orange against the blue/green leaves I found outside the hall. wedding bouquet with orange liliesindian bride portrait Bride and groom portraits on the grounds of the beautiful Franciscan Monastery, across the street from the hall. bride and groom portraits at franciscan monasterybride and groom photos at indian weddingwedding at franciscan monastery bride walking down the aisle at st. francis hallindian wedding at st. francis hall indian wedding ceremony at st. francis hall, washington dcindian wedding in washington, dcindian wedding ceremony at st. francis hallthrowing flowers during indian wedding ceremonybride and groom laughing during indian wedding ceremonymother of the bride praying during wedding ceremonybride and groom during wedding ceremonybride and groom during wedding ceremony in washington, dcbride and groom recessional at st. francis hallcandid portraits with grandmother of the groom Suee and Tad had major decoration win at this wedding.  Each table had a different fruit and the escort cards directed guests to their tables by "grape" or "pomegranate" or "strawberry", etc.  I love this idea! wedding reception at st. francis hallfruit table decorations at wedding reception Big thanks to Jessica Shepard for coming out to help me with this wedding.  The photo on the right below is hers. wedding reception setup at st. francis hallfamily watching slideshow at weddingmother/son and father/daughter dances at st. francis halldancing at st. francis hall weddingdancing with grandmother at washington, dc indian wedding The next two are Jessica's - I love Mom laughing! dancing at st. francis hall wedding receptionmom and friend laughing at st. francis hall indian weddingsister of the bride dancing at st. francis hallst. francis hall wedding receptionmother and father of the groom dancing at wedding reception The last image in my camera at the end of the night.  Hilarious. last image of the night at wedding reception Suee & Tad's vendor team: Coordinator: Ashlee Virginia Events Photography: me! Ceremony & Reception Venue: St. Francis Hall Catering: Indaroma Band: The Real Geniuses Florist: Fifi Flowers

facebook comments:

ElizabethMay 31, 2012 - 10:21 am

The ceremony photos gave me goosebumps. Good work, dude.

Jen SmithMay 31, 2012 - 11:05 am

So much beauty! I love all the colors of an Indian wedding, but that BW of the couple in the walkway with braided columns is perfect!

HeatherMay 31, 2012 - 11:35 am

LOVE LOVE LOVE all the colors!

nadineMay 31, 2012 - 11:46 am

that is one lovely and gorgeous bride!

Kelsie TaylorMay 31, 2012 - 12:33 pm

such a beautiful couple! i love all of the colorful details.

mikeMay 31, 2012 - 1:36 pm

Love Indian weddings. Good work here.

Gavin FarringtonMay 31, 2012 - 5:43 pm

Congratulations Suee & Tad! Amber, I love that very first shot with all the great reactions. Great capture!

Mary SylviaMay 31, 2012 - 11:18 pm

There are some amazing shots here but I keep coming back to one early on during the getting ready where she’s being hugged by her Mum or Grandmother? I love that shot, it’s such a beautifully captured moment.

matt shumateJune 1, 2012 - 5:18 am

What fun! Some wonderful moments that will no doubt serve them well for decades to come!

JosephJune 1, 2012 - 10:58 am

Yes! that last picture is excellent. What a lovely wedding =)

SullyJune 1, 2012 - 11:07 am

Lovin it! I wish I had been invited…

Jason MizeJune 1, 2012 - 12:18 pm

really great coverage! I’ve only experienced one indian wedding to date, but it shows that you have told their story nicely! I love the few intimate moment of the ceremony! Great post!

ALMA //June 3, 2012 - 9:59 pm

Great Indian wedding coverage..love the emotions in this post!

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