A small sneak peek into Heloise & David’s intimate wedding at the Anderson House at The Society of the Cincinnati in Washington, DC! It was truly a stunning day and the photos below don’t do it justice — I loved my time with this sweet couple and cannot wait to share more images and stories from their big day soon!
The Anderson House at The Society of the Cincinnati is a truly unique venue in the District of Columbia that is rich in history and culture. More from their website: “The Society of the Cincinnati is a vibrant community of fellowship and high purpose, dedicated to the memory of the heroes who secured the independence of the United States. We welcome your interest in our unique organization and invite you to learn more about us. Jonathan Tufts Woods Established in 1783, as the American War for Independence drew to a close, the Society of the Cincinnati is the oldest private patriotic organization in the United States. The Society is also our nation’s first hereditary organization. The founders of the Society assigned their descendants the task of preserving the memory of the patriotic sacrifices that made American liberty a reality.” For more information, please head directly to their website or, even better, visit the property for a tour of this wonderful place!
These images were captured by fine art film photographer, Alicia Lacey. Additional vendors include:
Venue | Anderson House at The Society of the Cincinnati
Planner | Sarah Peterson at Sincerely Pete
Hair & Makeup | Amanda Frank at Agapé
Florist | Haley Tobias at Cedar & Lime Co.
Bridal Shop | Vivid Boutique
Rentals | Bella Villa Shop
Invitation Suite | Alchemy
Calligraphy | Post Skript
Suit | The Black Tux
The film was shot on a Pentax 645N medium format camera and was scanned and developed by Richard Photo Lab in Valencia, CA.