Corinne and Andy held a big kick-ass wedding celebration at the Hendry House in Arlington, Virginia a few weeks ago. These two kept it really, really real with a banging band, good food, great company and zero frills.
I met Corinne and her mother at the very first ceramics class I took. I thought it was so sweet they did a ceramics class together. Years later, she’s living with her new husband in NYC. Life!
Let no one say this was a solemn occasion.
Corinne’s dad’s reaction to seeing her in the wedding dress was pretty great.
Thanks so much to Angel for coming out to photo this wedding with me. A handful of these images are hers.
Cocktail hour on the patio at the Hendry House. They couldn’t have asked for a nicer day.
Corinne got the dance floor action started and it didn’t let up all night.
Corinne’s uncle (I think I got that right) is in a band called The Narwhals and they destroyed it at the wedding – mostly playing rock and roll hits. They even took on “Piece of my Heart” by Janis Joplin. Good times!
The coordinator told me these cookies came from Sticky Fingers, which is ridiculous because they are a vegan bakery and the peanut butter cookies tasted like they had a stick of butter in them.
Congratulations, you guys!
Corinne and Andy’s vendor team:
Getting-ready, ceremony and reception venue: Hendry House at Fort C.F. Smith Park in Arlington, Virginia
Caterer: Lebanese Taverna
Band: The Narwhals
Florist: Little Acre Flowers