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Capitol Romance

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Capitol Romance LLC is one part wedding blog and one part wedding coordination business. Capitol Romance (the blog) started in 2011 after editor/founder Bree, had a hard time planning her own DC wedding. After she got married, she decided to try and find other like-minded vendors and provide a single resources for the couples of the DC area to find inspiration, budget-friendly options, local wedding vendors, and resources to plan their own wedding. Since it’s inception, Capitol Romance has aimed to foster a community, networking with vendors in and outside of the wedding category, to provide the best resources to her readers. Blog posts feature real wedding publications, engagement features, advice & inspiration, and giveaways, all geared toward showcasing a wide variety of wedding resources to help couples plan an authentic, personalized wedding (with an emphasis on the marriage and not so much the Pinterest-perfect reception).

In 2012, Bree decided to take the brand she had created in another direction, launching Capitol Romance Weddings – a wedding coordination business for couples that needed that extra hand in helping to plan their wedding (www.capitolromanceweddings.com).

In 2014, Bree decided to launch a classifieds platform on the blog, to further assist couples in the DC metro area to be able to re-use wedding items, cut down on waste, and save a little money in the process. Through Capitol Romance Classifieds, couples can buy and sell their wedding goods, (of any kind!) locally. This new platform continues to help foster a community of like-minded couples that want to plan practical, authentic weddings in the Washington, DC metro area.

Capitol Romance has loved meeting so many local businesses in the Washington, DC area and is excited to be launching some events this year, to further support other local businesses in and outside of the wedding spectrum. Bree believes that planning a wedding is a perfect time to think local first.