If you look into the meaning of colors and how they correspond with a couple’s wedding, then the colors deep purple, fuchsia and silver are perfect for Tamika & Dinoven’s Maryland Wedding at Newton White Mansion. Purple symbolizes royalty and magic; this color is very elegant and timeless. Pink is the symbol for unconditional love and nurturing and the darker fuchsia color embodies confidence and passion. Silver, as a metal, gives the feeling of richness and glamour. The combination of colors is beautiful! I’m thrilled to be a part of T & D’s wedding this September.
Tamika and Dinoven’s Story: Both Tamika and Dinoven were born and raised in the Washington, DC area, but met as a set-up through a mutual friend and coworker. Tamika was working at an insurance company and Dinoven was a policy holder. Tamika’s coworker was good friends with Dinoven, she wanted to introduce the two for a long time but Tamika resisted. Finally they were introduced on a Saturday. They hit it off and went on their first date that Sunday at Clyde’s at Gallery Place Chinatown. They have been together ever since, almost 5 years later.
Photos Board 1: 1-3) Images of Newton White Mansion, pgparks.com/places/eleganthistoric/newton_intro.html, 2) 4-11 Images put together by bride on Wedding Wire, weddingwire.com
Photo Board 2: 1) Ceremony Arrangement with Purple, Fuchsia and Orange Flowers and Silver Branches, michaeldaigian.blogspot.com/2010_08_01_archive.html, 2) Bridal Bouquet, theknot.com, 3) Outside view of Newton White, robholleyblog.net/2010/06/ozbek-wedding-newton-white-mansion-mitchellville-md/, 4) Fuchsia pomander, capitolromance.com, 5) Silver Chair with eggplant bow, lifeasmrandmrs.com, 6) Groom’s attire and deep purple cala lilly boutonniere, theknot.com, 7) Bridesmaid bouquet, debbiecoflowers.comorange-peach-bouquets-c-1_2_10, 8) Trio of Submerged Flowers Centerpiece, brocadenashville.comwinter-white-purple-and-green-trey-and-ashley-part-ii