On the wedding morning, we lounged around in our suite at the incredible Ambassador Hotel while getting pretty for the big day. These Kate Spade fragment cluster stud earrings were a gift to Molly and the final touch to her wedding day look.
We were soon off to galavant around town with our bride, while taking photos with their amazingly gifted photographer, Rusty, of Waldron Photograph Co. It was hard to put my camera away but I did my best knowing that Rusty was going to get the money shots. I did manage to snap this picture of her while waiting for our ride in the lobby of the hotel. Isn't she a stunner?
It wasn't long into group pictures that the whole wedding party ended up enjoying drinks at Pierpont's in Union Station, one of the couple's favorite spots. I ordered the first concoction listed on the menu, the Bitter of the Sweet, made with house-made tangerine syrup, Prosecco, Campari, lemon juice, and fresh parsley. So good.
I was completely obsessed with the wedding flowers, especially Molly's bouquet. After the ceremony, we danced, we laughed, and we corn-holed the night away at the reception.
Of course, we ate and drank some more too. My favorite food-related thing at the reception was undoubtedly the groom's cake made of Bavarian Kreme donuts from Dunkin' Donuts.
Cheers to you, Mr. and Mrs. Caton!