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Welcome to our wedding & event planning blog! We offer valuable advice and inspiration for planning your wedding or event with heart and with soul. Welcome to our wedding & event planning blog! We offer valuable advice and inspiration for planning your wedding or event with heart and with soul.
All of us at Howerton+Wooten Events enjoyed creating pretty place settings similar to the one we created for the “Modern Luxury DC” magazine’s ”Dynamic Women’s” luncheon at the Willard Hotel last fall.
Delicate flowers hanging over the bride and groom’s wedding dinner table is one of our favorite type of floral installations. And we still love this one, created by Nature of Design, from our couple’s summer wedding at the Potomac View Terrace last year. Love and Soul Always, Kawania Photography: Love Life Images
Last year, my team and I had the honor of taking care of a destination wedding weekend at the Potomac View Terrace in Washington DC for a sweet Howerton+Wooten Events couple who lives in Europe. Their wedding guest list included 30 children (yes 30) from Europe, the US and Asia. So, we partnered with Elegant […]
Around this time last year, our team had the incredibly fun opportunity to plan and design a post-wedding day brunch at Washington Nationals park. It was so much fun! ⚾️ The guests wore their custom baseball caps with the couple’s initials embroidered on the back. Right before the game started, they received a visit from […]
Last month, we had the pleasure of planning a wedding where the guest experience was the #1 top priority to the couple — This included the presentation of the dinner courses. So, we worked with the caterer, the deejay, and the lighting company to create scenarios where each course was an experience, and as you can […]
If you are a fan of “Sex and the City,” this poem created by the fictional TV character, “Carrie Bradshaw,” may be the perfect ceremony reading for your wedding day. His hello was the end of her endings Her laugh was their first step down the aisle His hand would be hers to hold forever […]