Imagine having the chance to leave the madness of wedding planning behind you and instead, win a free wedding in Washington DC (valued at over $80,000!) for 175 of your closest family and friends. Well, that chance has arrived, my friends! Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater has teamed up with some of the best wedding pros in the DC area to offer one lucky couple a chance to have one incredible wedding celebration…all for free!
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This free wedding in DC is going to be amazing! I’m talking about a wedding ceremony, cocktail hour and reception, plus all the memorable details like an engagement session, cake, videography, bridal suite and valet parking for your guests – just about everything you’ll need to say “I do”! (They won’t help you get through your vows though – you’ll have to do that on your own!) Also, did I mention that your wedding will be planned, executed and designed at one of the coolest wedding venues in the nation’s capital? Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, I assure you it is all true!
Ok, so now that I’ve made you excited, here are the details:
You and yours can avoid all of the wedding planning drama and the hefty price tag of a wedding in Washington, DC right here by entering to win a free wedding celebration at The Mead Center for American Theater. Home to Arena Stage, this wedding venue set on DC’s waterfront is modern, stunning and dramatic. (We love this unique DC wedding venue so much too; you can see these other real DC weddings at Arena Stage!)
To celebrate their upcoming production of Fiddler on the Roof Arena Stage gathered quite a few of the top wedding vendors in the DC area to offer a free wedding to one couple. To enter, you’ll need to get your creative juices flowing by submitting an essay or video by August 31st. Make sure to read up on all of the rules of this contest too.
What are you waiting for? Go and get you and yours a free wedding in DC!
This post was sponsored by Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater.