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We can't wait to celebrate with everyone. Unplugged Ceremony: We ask that guests kindly turn off cell phones and cameras to be fully present during out ceremony.
We can't wait to celebrate with everyone. Unplugged Ceremony: We ask that guests kindly turn off cell phones and cameras to be fully present during out ceremony.
May 14, 2022
Washington, DC
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Mary & Jon

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We’re so excited to share a few of our favorite places in the area with you.
Georgetown, D.C.

Georgetown, D.C.

3300 M Street, Washington, DC 20007

From cobblestone streets to waterfront picnics, Georgetown has every type of city activity. You can go shopping in the city's many boutiques or try out any number of restaurants. Just make sure you grab a cupcake at Baked & Wired while you're there!

Smithsonian Museums on the D.C. Mall

Smithsonian Museums on the D.C. Mall

10th St. & Constitution Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20560
, (202) 633-1000

Stop by any of the free Smithsonian Museums right in the heart of D.C. While they are all engaging and informational, our top favorites include National Museum of Natural History, National Air and Space Museum, and National Museum of African American History and Culture. Make sure you check out the Smithsonian website to confirm operating hours before you go!

The Navy Yard in D.C.

The Navy Yard in D.C.

1212 4th Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003
, (202) 683-9326

Come and explore this trendy D.C. neighborhood located right on the Anacostia River. You can enjoy craft breweries like Blue Jacket, or stop by one of our favorite wineries, District Winery, all with a riverfront view!

D.C.'s Historic Monuments & Memorials

D.C.'s Historic Monuments & Memorials

2 15th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20024
, (202) 426-6841

According to the American Institute of Architects, half of Americans’ top 12 favorite architectural gems line the National Mall. Check them out by foot or take a Big Bus Tour. While all of them are interesting and hold historic importance, some of our favorites are the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.

Ice Cream Jubilee

Ice Cream Jubilee

1407 T Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009
, (202) 299-9042

Victoria Lai, the founder, moved to DC to work at the Department of Homeland Security as presidential appointee. Despite her long hours she enjoyed making ice cream on the weekends, hosting tasting parties for her friends. She eventually quit and now there are three different locations where you can enjoy some of the locals favorite ice cream.