city, garden chic at the branch museum
The Branch Museum of Architecture is the perfect hidden gem of a wedding venue. Built in the early 1900's as a Tudor revival, the mansion is the perfect reception backdrop to wow your guests with Richmond history. Mo and Matt said "i do" in the lush garden behind the home on a perfect June afternoon.
PLANNERS NOTES: Mo and Matt met at CrossFit in DC. They are both energetic, hilarious and way too smart. We planned from afar and got along swimmingly the moment we met. They wanted to show off Richmond (where Matt grew up) and let the venue speak for itself. We worked with Amanda Burnette to do lush florals in muted colors and potted rosemary on all the guest tables with mercury glass votives and acrylic hexagon name tags. Everything felt lush, organic, clean and modern. But still warm.
They did a first look in the garden before guests arrived and decided to read their vows to each other in private, with just the photographer quietly capturing the moments.
They served Rappahannock oysters for cocktail hour, their guests ate family-style dinner on long banquet tables and danced the night away with Cam DiNunzio. The perfect Richmond wedding.