What a night!  We enjoyed a truly spectacular evening at the Park Hyatt Washington, DC, where a gathering of DC's finest wedding planners and colleagues sat down with world-renowned luxury event planner and designer, Joy Proctor, who shared her own stories and sage advice with attendees. With amazing cuisine and d├ęcor, and Joy's instant connection to our group, it was an exciting night.  The dinner itself was mind-blowing, truly!  With a menu prepared by the Park Hyatt DC and signature Blue Duck Tavern restaurant, guests enjoyed a magnificent feast.

Following a Q&A session in the Park Hyatt pre-reception ballroom space, the group was blown away by the decor designed by Social Supply Events, along with florals from Nature Composed - the room was simply magical!

Social Supply Events designed the bar specifically for the dinner.

Frost Lighting artfully illuminated the draping, florals and tabletop.

It looked like candles danced overhead!

Plume Calligraphy designed elegant menu cards and paper products.

Something Vintage provided beautiful handmade dinnerware and tabletop decor.

Great conversations!

A sexy guitarist, Adriel Genet, provided the perfect vocals and music background during the dinner - a huge hit!

A selection of summer salads, and fois gras mousse with brandied peaches. Oh my!

Roasted bone marrow.

Braised greens, hone-roasted carrots, white corn grits & goat cheese; prime NY strip with horseradish sauce and the famous handout BDT fries.

Sea bass like no other - divine!

A collection of seasonal sweets.

Park Hyatt Wedding Specialist Ildiko Juhasz thanking her guests.

Goodies from Rothys shoes, Ancient Minerals wellness products, Essie nail polishes, high-end cosmetics from Nordstroms Tysons Corner, and exquisite velvet ring boxes from Voeu Du Coeur.

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