Washington, D.C. Wedding Details

Luxurious and convenient amenities for you and your guests

Photo courtesy of Vicky Grafton Photography

Imagine a beautiful wedding at one of Washington DC’s most historic and romantic venues. Situated in lush Rock Creek Park, our Secret Garden will make the perfect backdrop for your dream wedding ceremony. Dance the night away in one of our elegant ballrooms, which have each played a part in our Nation’s Capital’s history. From a replica of the East Room of the White House, to a hand-painted mural of Monticello, you and your guests will create your own piece of history.

From rehearsal dinners, wedding ceremonies and receptions, bridal showers and post-wedding brunches, Omni Shoreham Hotel's experienced event coordinators will take you through every step in the planning process and assure no detail is left unseen. When it comes to your wedding experience, Omni Shoreham Hotel is the place you’ve been dreaming of.

 

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Rehearsal 

As part of your ceremony and planning, we are happy to practice the day before the wedding to familiarize your attendants and family before walking down the aisle. This is a great opportunity to answer questions and finalize last minute details.

The rehearsal is a complimentary service and will be approximately 30 minutes in length.

Rehearsal Dinner

You may choose to host a dinner the evening before the wedding to welcome your family and friends and formally begin your wedding celebration. Omni Shoreham Hotel has a wide selection of dinner venues and menu options to assist you in customizing your rehearsal dinner. Indoor and outdoor venues are available.

 

Farewell Brunch

What better way to end your weekend then to host your friends and family one last time before departing. A farewell brunch is a perfect opportunity for guests to toast your new life together and give you best wishes as you head off to your honeymoon. Host your event in a private event space or in our Robert’s Restaurant, in the heart of the hotel.

 
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