DC National Mall Park: Jefferson Memorial Wedding Ceremony Happngs is an outdoor wedding venue in Washington, DC. Couples looking for a classic wedding environment in the iconic Washington, DC area have come to the right place. A wedding ceremony in the heart of the National Mall, surrounded by historic monuments and memorials will guarantee a unique wedding experience for you and your guests.
Facilities and Capacity
Located on the calm waters of the Tidal Basin, this 360-degree grove of trees, walkways, and views of the National Mall can accommodate a maximum guest capacity of 150 people comfortably. The structured lawn is filled with cherry blossom trees, creating a beautiful site when they are in bloom. From the west lawn, you will be able to see the iconic White House.
When booking this outdoor event space, all packages include a park permit, an officiant, flowers, a photographer, an experienced management team, and a planning kit. With four packages to choose from, you will be able to find the right one that suits your needs and budget. Their Intimate Package includes complete management service, in addition to one hour with a personal photographer and flowers for two. The Celebrate Package includes complete management service, as well as two hours of photography coverage, an acoustic soloist, and flowers for five. The Elegance Package includes complete management service, in addition to two hours of photography coverage, one hour of videography coverage, an acoustic duet, flowers for five, and a floral arch. They also have a Custom Package, which only includes complete management service. If you have specific vendors that you would like to work with, this venue would be more than happy to accommodate your needs. DC National Mall Park: Jefferson Memorial Wedding Ceremony Happngs offers the following services:
The Jefferson Memorial was dedicated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1943. It stands in a straight line with the historic White House. Designed by architect John Russell Pope, this memorial was influenced by Jefferson’s personal interest in classic architecture as it echoes the style of the famous buildings designed by Jefferson himself, the Monticello and the University of Virginia Rotunda. This national monument is in honor of the founding father, revolutionary, Renaissance man, Thomas Jefferson. He was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence, first Secretary of State for the United States, and someone who has a had a wide-ranging impact on the history of America itself.
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