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MEGHAN AND ERIC'S WEDDING

March, 2009 in Washington DC
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Ceremony: Daughters of the American Revolution

Cakes/Candies Vendor:

Cotton's Gourmet Gifts & Creations

By Appt., 7744 Emerson Road
Hyattsville, MD, United States

"Cotton has the most delicious cakes, beautiful decorating techniques, and the most reasonable prices in the area. All our guests raved about our cake and one even said it was the best cake she had ever had in her life. I could not recommend Cotton's work more highly."

Florist:

Petal's Edge

624 North Washington Street
Alexandria, VA, United States

"Gerry understood exactly the look we were going for and provided it. Exceptional quality at reasonable prices."

Photographer:

Lara Swanson Photographer

Mt Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA, USA

"Lara did a great job capturing every moment of our wedding, but more importantly captured the spirit and emotion of our day. She was completely professional, yet made us feel comfortable and relaxed in front of the camera. She was a pleasure to work with and the photographs she took are beautiful works of art."

Ceremony:

Daughters of the American Revolution - Ceremony - 1776 C Street NW, Washington, DC, 20006

Daughters of the American Revolution

1776 C Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Hotel:

Hotel Quincy

1823 L St NW
Washington, DC 20036

Restaurant:

Au Bon Pain

1801 L St NW
Washington, DC 20036

Restaurant:

Black Rooster Pub

"Our officiant's favorite watering hole. They're serious about darts here."

Restaurant:

Cafe Asia $$ - Restaurant - 1720 I Street NW, Washington, DC

Cafe Asia

1720 I Street NW
Washington, DC
202.659.2696

"Happy hour sushi specials, but serves all kinds of Asian food. Very cool, modern atmosphere. Co-ed bathrooms!"

Restaurant:

Corner Bakery

1828 L St NW
Washington, DC 20036

Restaurant:

Cosi

"Flatbread sandwiches and pizzas. Chain restaurant, but still yummy. Not open very late."

Restaurant:

La Tasca

722 7th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001, USA
(202) 347-9190

"Spanish food."

Restaurant:

Mackey's Pub

1823 L St NW
Washington, DC, United States

"Good food right next to the hotel."

Restaurant:

Potbelly Sandwiches

"The best sandwich chain around. Closes at 7:00 on weekdays and 6:00 on weekends."

Restaurant:

Potbelly Sandwiches

1900 L St NW
Washington, DC 20036

"The best sandwich chain around. Closes at 7:00 on weekdays and 6:00 on weekends."

Restaurant:

RFD

"Has more than 300 different kinds of beer and the largest tap list in Washington. If you're thirsty for beer, this is your place."

Restaurant:

The Exchange Saloon & Grill

1719 G Street NW

(202) 393-4690

"More restaurant than sportsbar. Casual family dining. Like TGI Fridays, but not a chain. Has cheap specials every night of the week. Everything is good here except the fish. OPEN LATE!"

Restaurant:

Zed's Ethiopian Restaurant

"Deliciously different food!"

Attraction:

Cherry Blossoms

"Cherry blossoms can be viewed all around the Tidal Basin. There is a paved path to allow you to walk the entire way around the Basin to get different views. You can also rent a paddle boat from this dock."

Attraction:

National Gallery of Art West Building

"The East Building is directly across 4th Street from the west building. You can enter through either building and there is an underground passageway connecting the two."

Attraction:

Old Town Alexandria

"Old Town Alexandria is full of quaint shops, delicious restaurants, fun bars, and historic architecture. The heart of Old Town is on King Street between N. Washington St. and the waterfront, though you'll find interesting sights on nearby streets too."

Attraction:

Sculpture Garden

"Lovely for a picnic. If you don't have one handy, there is a little restaurant on the grounds."

Attraction:

Smithsonian- African Art Museum

"One of the smaller, less crowded Smithsonians."

Attraction:

Smithsonian-Freer Gallery

"Connected to the Sackler Gallery. Both feature Asian art."

Attraction:

Smithsonian-National Portrait Gallery

"FREE! Beautiful atrium. This museum takes a long time to visit."

Attraction:

The Capitol

Attraction:

The White House

Attraction:

WWII Memorial

Shopping:

Georgetown

"Lots of shopping, restaurants, and bars. All the action's on M Street between Wisconsin and 28th."

Theater:

E Street Cinema

"Many foreign and independent films."

Theater:

Gallery Place Movie Theater

"Large, clean theater. Shows mainstream movies. Many screens."

Theater:

Kennedy Center

"Free performances every evening at 6:00 pm. Catch the free shuttle from the Foggy Bottom Metro station to the Kenndy Center."

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